Corporate Governance reflects how an organisation is managed and controlled and is today regarded as a business imperative. This is the cornerstone of business success.
Public entities are legislated by the constitution, their own acts, the Public Finance Management Act, Treasury Regulations and practice, as issued by Provincial and National Treasury.
The King Report on Corporate Governance for South Africa promotes high levels of governance in the corporate environment. Dube TradePort Corporation supports this ethos and applies the principles of good governance throughout the organisation.
While complying with the Dube TradePort Corporation Act, the Public Finance Management Act and other applicable regulations, the organisation is committed to applying the appropriate principles contained in the King Report. In so doing, the organisation aims to achieve compliant self-regulation, while practising world-class governance standards and meeting the needs for transparency, accountability, integrity and ethical business standards.
The Board is responsible for Dube TradePort Corporation’s system of corporate governance and for ensuring the consistent application of governance principles within the organisation's operations.
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Dube TradePort Corporation’s Board is structured to ensure an appropriate mix of skills and experience relevant to the business of the organisation and the diverse environment in which it operates, whilst also giving effect to inter-governmental co-operation and collaboration. Board members are drawn from both the private and public sectors.
Dube TradePort Corporation's Non-Executive Board Members (pictured above), were appointed 01 June 2017:
Dr Bridgette Gasa (Chairperson)
Mr Paulos Ngcobo (Deputy Chairperson)
Ms Bavelile Hlongwa
Ms Nokhana Moerane
Mr Themba Ndlovu
Mr Mpumelelo Zikalala