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Flaws in South Africa's approach to tenure of directors of companies

By Rehana Cassim, Associate Professor in Company Law, University of South Africa
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Shareholder activists in South Africa have disapproved of lengthy tenures for directors on boards of listed public companies. They have exerted pressure on long-serving directors to resign.

Boards with many long-serving directors are regarded as entrenched, hence the rising calls from activists that they should be refreshed.…

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