STEINHOFF, AND HOW MANY OTHERS?

The Steinhoff saga is not the first instance of large corporation engaging in irregular/unlawful activity. We are only scratching at the surface. Last year we brought to light evidence of rogue spies, money laundering and unlawful surveillance by certain multinationals. The multinational concerned publicly announced it had instructed a firm […]

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PUBLIC INTEREST HAS BAT RUNNING SCARED

FITA has noted Health Minister, Aaron Motsoaledi, intends to have the Tobacco Products Control Amendment Act submitted to cabinet for approval in early 2018. FITA encourages engagement with local manufacturers by government on the amendments, and whole-heartedly rejects BAT South Africa’s heavy handed bullying tactics and threats to government with […]

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FITA WELCOMES PIC STANCE ON BAT

Business Day article, titled “PIC vetoes BAT political donations”, dated 02/11/2017, refers. FITA’s long standing position that BAT is playing unfairly in the tobacco industry is validified by the above article. The PIC has stepped in to stop what appears to be attempts to have agency over state officials, political […]

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