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Can SA’s widening pay gap be fixed?

Executive pay is a continuous conversation that is scrutinised in the media and by shareholders of companies voting against the structure of remuneration policies and systems. CNBC Africa spoke to Andrew Woodburn, Managing Director at Woodburn Mann for his take on the state of South Africa’s executive pay scale and whether this is appropriate for companies and ultimately the economic benefit for the country.

Moir, Moyo, Viranna & more: What’s behind SA’s high turnover of CEOs?

2019 saw a slew of top executives stepping down from major companies for a number of different reasons. But this trend seems to be following into the New Year as 2020 has already seen as much as 3 CEO’s resigning. Joining CNBC Africa to unpack the CEO’S that have left us and those that have come in is Johann Redelinghuys, Director of the Chairman's Institute and of Portfolio & Co and Andrew Woodburn the Managing Director at Woodburn Mann.

Does SA have a CEO, ethics crisis?

TymeBank CEO Sandile Shabalala announced his resignation after 3 years at the company, this follows yesterday’s announcement of BLSA CEO Bonang Mohale’s bow down. Andrew Woodburn, Managing Director at Woodburn Mann and Cynthia Schoeman, Managing Director of Ethics Monitor join CNBC Africa to talk about crisis amidst the business community in South Africa as the country’s top chief executives are stepping down from their posts.