The state capture commission has already heard evidence from a number of people alleging that prominent ANC leaders were given tranches of money or expensive gifts in exchange for their influence. So while we demand accountability from our politicians, at the same time we should expect the same standard from the private sector, writes Genevieve Quintal

OPINION | In addition to paying back the money McKinsey, Bain and their ilk must tell SA the truth

Simply repaying corrupt earnings is an exercise in marketing, concealing those responsible from justice


Global consultancy McKinsey & Co essentially announced a financial mea culpa this week, agreeing to repay about R650m it received for work done for Transnet and SAA during the state capture years...

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