Award programmes in South Africa
Various organisations run annual award programmes for the integrated reports of South African organisations.
Each of the award programmes has its own marksheet, ranking system and judges. Some of the award programmes rely on organisations submitting their reports into the programme, while others cover all the publicly available integrated reports in certain sectors of the economy.
Sasol was named as overall winner. Other category winners include Kumba Iron Ore, Netcare, Royal Bafokeng Platinum, Sun International, Sea Harvest Group and the Institute of Directors in South Africa. For the winners list click here
Winners of the EY Excellence in IR Awards 2020: Nedbank, Kumba Iron Ore, Redefine Properties.
Nedbank was named as overall winner, with category and merit award winners over 10 categories announced in the 2019 Integrated Reporting Awards of the Chartered Secretaries of Southern Africa in collaboration with the JSE.
Nedbank took top honours again, followed by Kumba Iron Ore and Redefine Properties in this 2019 survey of the top 100 JSE listed companies.
Redefine took top honours, with category and merit award winners over 10 categories announced in the 2018 Integrated Reporting Awards of the Chartered Secretaries of Southern Africa in collaboration with the JSE.
Nedbank took top honours, followed by Redefine Properties and Kumba Iron Ore in the 2018 survey of the top 100 JSE listed companies.
Gold Fields was named as overall winner, with Anglo American Platinum winning the JSE Top 40 category, Kumba Iron Ore winning the JSE Mid Cap category, and Royal Bafokeng Platinum winning the JSE Small Cap category.
ArcelorMittal SA, Kumba Iron Ore and Barloworld took top honours among the top 100 JSE listed companies with Transnet leading the SOCs.
Kumba Iron Ore, Redefine Properties, Sasol and Nedbank took the honours in the 2017 survey of the top 100 JSE listed companies.
ArcelorMittal SA, Barloworld and Nampak were awarded the top three rankings.
Kumba Iron Ore, Oceana Group and Liberty Holdings took the honours in the EY Excellence in Integrated Reporting Awards 2016.
Vodacom was the overall winner. The category winners: Nedbank – Top 40; Liberty – Mid Cap; ArcelorMittal SA – Small Cap; York Timbers – AltX; Transnet – Large State-owned Entity; Sasria – Small State-owned Entity; Foskor – Non-listed; CANSA – NPO.
Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), Telkom and Transnet took the top honours.