Capital Connection: Importance of intellectual property, corporate corruption, cyclone Kenneth

On this week’s episode of Capital connection we discuss the importance of intellectual property following international IP day with Coreen van der Merwe, MD of Sovereign Trust. And then explore the proliferation of corruption in a corporate paradigm and consider whether shareholder activism might be a plausible solution to mitigate fraud with David Loxton, CEO of Africa Forensics & Cyber. We then turn our gaze to the Boeing’s troubles following the company’s shareholder meeting joined by Chege Njoroge, Managing Partner at Lesinko, Njoroge & Gathogo Advocates and Guy Leetche, Editor of SA flyer Magazine to discuss the class action against the company, the troubles Boeing is facing in the aftermath. And finally, we cross to Pemba, Mozambique and speak with Matt Carter, Communications coordinator, IFRC about the impacts of the recent cyclone Kenneth.

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