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Euro-Partners Conference

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UE AT EURO-PARTNERS CONFERENCE IN HUNGARY  Patrick Kuwana (UE Africa Coordinator) represented UE at the Europartners conference in Hungary. The theme for the conference was “Following Christ in business” and was attended by about 120 from 29 countries. Europartners is a CBMC Ministry that is focused on introducing business people …

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COMING SOON!

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UE MOBILE APP! We are excited to announce that we are in the process of launching a mobile phone application (APP) for Unashamedly Ethical (UE). One of the pillars on which UE are built, is networking. We strive to put like-minded individuals and companies in touch with each other. When …

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Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index

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Over two-thirds of the 176 countries and territories in this year’s index fall below the midpoint of our scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). The global average score is a paltry 43, indicating endemic corruption in a country’s public sector. Top-scoring countries (yellow in the map below) …

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UE Commitment No 2

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To Provide Efficient, Economic And Effective Products And Services In An Impartial Manner Very often when ethics and values in business are discussed, it is seen as an “ideal” or “nice to have”. However, quite often the perception among business people dictates that in the competitive area of business, ethics …

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UE Commitment No 1

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To Be Honest And Ethical In All Our Dealings Very seldom in the South African discourse has honesty, integrity and ethical behaviour been as much of a talking point as it is right now. Much can be said about ethics and honesty in the public sector, and frankly, at the …

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White Paper: Economic Transformation in Africa

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THE HOPE AND FUTURE OF ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENT BY PATRICK KUWANA Africa has been blessed with an abundance of natural resources, arguably more than any other continent. Why, then, does it still continue to be the “begging bowl” of the world? What is the economic hope and future …

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