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  • 21 Jan 2019

    Stopping the rot: Don’t blame the mouse, blame the hole in the wall!

    IN recent times we have seen the renewed focus to review, clean-up and refocus on governance and/or the lack of it. South Africa is a monopolistic economy driven by the state and a few large companies listed in the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Both institutions have failed drastically in both governance and transformation of the South African value chain, the emancipation and the economic inclusion majority of South Africans. Regardless of your believes, concerns hope and faith, gender, race, political affiliation; many people will agree that the current economic trajectory is not sustainable, but the same will disagree on interventions required to change this trajectory.
    The governance collapse of both private and public sector was so deep that it left no industry untarnished. Theft, lies, hiding the truth, misrepresentation all due to greed and in the main targeted at supply chain and procurement. The KPMG, Bosasa, Nkonki and may others have looted and compromised public procurement process and systems as they enriched themselves, few executives, politicians and board members of state organs and their institutions.
    In my previous roles as the CEO of State-Owned Entities Procurement Forum, I insisted that all Chief Procurement Officers in the state must sign a Code of Ethics committing themselves to conduct all business relationships with respect, honesty and integrity, and commit to eradicating unethical business practices including bribery, fraud, corruption and human rights abuses.
    Many of these Chief Procurement Officer that we now discover have benefited from private sector corruption, eschewed to sign the code. Many of them though committed to do so initially, started sending their subordinates to SOEPF meetings and avoiding any public meetings or associations with professionals.
    The following write up from Peter Volmink who is Peter Volmink (procurement lawyer, currently employed by a major public entity) seek to create a platform for many procurement professional both from public and private sector to reflect and refocus our activities on What Really Matters!
    Kamogelo Mampane is the CEO of TK Global Experts.
  • 15 NOV

    Lexis® Practical Guidance: Procurement

    Users have direct and convenient access to official forms, examples of templates, checklists and flowcharts which detail relevant processes that are involved in the procurement industry.
  • 19 SEP

    Procurement & ESD Professional

    Radical Procurement and Enterprise and Supplier Development Radically change the way you procure, the way you categorise spend and suppliers.
  • 24 NOV

    Fear factor hampering SA companies expansion

    EXPERTS have urged South African entrepreneurs to take risks and explore new markets in the continent. Speaking in Johannesburg, they said fear of taking risks outside the country was affecting the growth of local companies. Presenting at the, Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) Acting Chief Director, Liso S’teto, urged the entrepreneurs to overcome their fears. “We (South Africans) need to change our culture…….take up risks in opportunities and venture into new markets. We also need to develop and engage in symbiotic business relationships,” Steto said.
  • 24 NOV

    Council fears lack of SA transformation could spark turmoil

    THE Black Business Council (BBC) has warned of tempers boiling over on the lack of economic transformation in South Africa. Secretary General of the BBC, Gregory Mofokeng, pointed out a majority South Africans were frustrated at the exclusion of the majority blacks as well as reduced economic opportunities.
  • 10 NOV

    Mampane urges corporates lead in transformation

    AN expert has urged the private sector to play a leading role and complement government efforts to transform the transport sector. Kamogelo Mampane, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of TK Global Experts, made the call ahead of the inaugural Big Breakfast Interview on Public Transport Transformation the African Press Association (APA) is hosting at the Melrose Arch in Johannesburg.
  • 20 SEP

    Insights - SOEPF and Professionlisation of Procurement

    With the overall aim of creating greater awareness and promotion of the procurement profession in Africa, State Owned Enterprise Procurement Forum (SOEPF) will be running the 3rd Public Procurement Awards (AAPP Awards) which the focus on specifically recognizing public sector procurement professionals. The State Owned Entities Communicators Association endorsed by the Minister of Communications will also be running the inaugural Communicators Awards on the same evening. SOEPF is working together with the Department of Trade and Industry as the strategic partner of SOEPF, the focus is on businesses and SMMEs that support economic development, industrialisation and inclusive growth.