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7 Jul 2021
Powerful investors are demanding climate action from oil and gas giants for the sake of their bottom lines as well as the planet.
8 Jul 2020
Shareholders of the Central Securities Clearing System approved dividend payments which translate to a 22.8 per cent year-on-year growth in returns to shareholders.
5 Nov 2019
The African Development Bank (AfDB) held its extraordinary shareholders’ meeting in Abidjan were the Governor of the bank approved a landmark $115 billion increase in capital for the continent’s foremost financial institution. Kenneth Igbomor joins CNBC Africa for more.
24 Sep 2018
Protecting minority shareholders against the misuse of corporate assets by the directors of a company for personal gain is just one of many ways sustainable organisations embrace sound corporate governance practices.
8 Oct 2017
Shareholders raise concern over unclaimed dividends at world investors investors week.

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