I haven't read it yet - oops it looks like I'll have to now. You can download it here. Business Report ran a story on it this morning. I thought this quote from the story might ring true for other "disciplines".
King said stakeholders such as shareholders and suppliers would act as a company's ultimate compliance officers.
Self-regulation was better than legislation, which led to administrative outcomes and dilution of enterprise, he said.
I heard that Sun International is sending out letters to certain types of non-core suppliers stating that these types of suppliers should be 51% black owned. Apparently they are getting pressure from the gambling board. Sounds like bullshit to me, I think Sun International haven't read the requirements - anyone want to comment?