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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

So CEO salaries are ‘obscene’? What now?

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Should the government cap CEOs’ pay? Should shareholders be more active? Should key assets be nationalised? These are some of the questions being asked after a report by Deloitte showed top executives at JSE Top 100 companies earn R69 000 a day (R17.9-million a year) on average. Gwen Ngwenya‚ chief operating officer of the Institute
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