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29 June 2015
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6 March 2014

SA companies ill prepared for African homophobia [So. Africa]

Author: Songezo Zibi, Business Day

...South African multinational companies have operations in Uganda and other countries with anti-homosexuality legislation, such as Nigeria. Cellphone operator MTN’s CEO, Sifiso Dabengwa...[said] the company respects the laws of the countries in which...

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12 December 2013
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Author: Instituto Ethos

“Corrupção é uma barreira para alcançar objetivos universais de desenvolvimento”, afirmou o secretário-Geral das Nações Unidas, Ban Ki-Moon, durante a cerimônia do Dia Internacional contra a Corrupção, realizada em Nova York (EUA)...No evento, foi...

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9 December 2013

UN, NGOs and companies launch guide for companies on fighting corruption in sport sponsorship

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27 March 2007

S Africa insurers do away with HIV/AIDS exclusions

Author: Reuters

South African life insurers will now pay out death and disability claims to those infected with HIV/AIDS, the industry body Life Offices' Association (LOA) said on Tuesday... "Initially, there was no treatment for HIV and the disease was therefore not...

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5 September 2001

Companies Tell of Successful Transformation - Speakers from Sanlam and Eskom report progress towards promoting diversity and combating discrimination

Author: Business Day [Johannesburg]

[panel discussion - U.N. World Conference Against Racism]: The speakers were handpicked to describe how their companies and organisations have succeeded in the struggle for gender and race equality in the workplace. Their performances were polished if...

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31 August 2001

Panel Discussion in Durban about Discrimination is Everybody's business

Author: United Nations, prepared in advance of the World Conference Against Racism

Discrimination is Everybody's Business: From Discrimination to Diversity - A Corporate Led Initiative in the Framework of the UN Global Compact - The World Conference Against Racism...is the launching ground for this initiative...The six companies...

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