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South African law is failing to make sure that 'shadow directors' are held accountable

By Rehana Cassim, Associate Professor in Company Law, University of South Africa
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The state capture inquiry shows that South Africa's parliament needs to urgently end the uncertainty about whether or not shadow directors are governed by the Companies Act.

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