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    • Ochberg v CIR: No “benefi t” to the benefactor 

      Coetzee, K.; Van der Zwan, P.; Schutte, D.; Van Dyk, H.; Stack, E.M. (University of South Africa (UNISA), 2015)
      This article analyses the South African case of Ochberg v CIR, which dealt with the question whether shares issued by a company to Ochberg, who was, for all intents and purposes, the sole shareholder, in consideration for ...
    • The impact of executive remuneration on risk-taking in the banking industry 

      Swanepoel, Ezelda; Smit, Anet Magdalena (Business Perspectives, 2016)
      In the aftermath of the credit crisis of 2007-2009, there was considerable public frustration with regard to executive remuneration, particularly in the banking industry. Consequently, the need for regulated remuneration ...
    • Two remarkable contributions of Aristotle to the intellectual legacy of the West 

      Strauss, D.F.M. (South African Society for Greek Philosophy and the Humanities (SASGPH), 2013)
      Although it does not need any justification to explore the rich legacy of Greek philosophy, an account of its lasting insights does need lifting out the significant elements of continuity, while disregarding those stances ...