Good Governance

2 thoughts on “Good Governance

  1. Richard dennis mbewe February 12, 2014 at 8:45 am Reply

    Is corruption truly faught in zambia as the case in GBM or its merely intimidation.

  2. manasando February 12, 2014 at 11:57 am Reply

    It is sad that GBM’s faults are only apparent when he is out of office. For me good governance should guide people and institution to adopt correct practices and to improve their way of doing things. Punitive measures may be taken if people refuse to adapt and adjust. Good governance also requires that the laws and polices in place are appropriate in meeting the needs and aspirations of citizens .When things are done in this way (where position in society determine whether ones actions are justifiable or not) it appears to be more a matter of victimization and intimidation.

    Good governance in its pure form is essential for both the nation’s social and economic development. My particular concern is for corporate governance in both public and private institutions. For companies operating in the private sector one interesting vehicle in ensuring compliance is for them to go public through the stock exchange. This encourages companies to develop reporting discipline and accountability.

    SEC is currently having a work shop looking at the balance between regulation and performance (Not the exact title of the workshop but something close) those who are able to attend my find it edifying…

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