Editor's Note
Editor's Note A decade of ethical leadership ahead
Racism, load-shedding, corruption, state capture, South African Airways (yes SAA) and many other rather grim words (and entities) have been associated with our past decade. The
12 Feb 2020
Editor's Note A round of applause
The image of Siyamthanda (Siya) Kolisi and the Honourable President, Cyril Ramaphosa lifting the Webb Ellis Cup -(named after William Webb Ellis who is credited as the inventor of
09 Dec 2019
Editor's Note The future of education
It has been a whirlwind month. Resignations have been the order of the day at the headquarters of the main political opposition party in South Africa, The Democratic Alliance
14 Nov 2019
Editor's Note The dream that should be
Africa had a dream. Her dream was freedom, equality for all despite gender-race-age, free movement and trade, accessible healthcare, education for all and above all, togetherness,
22 Oct 2019
Editor's Note Industry 4.0
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (“4IR” or “Industry 4.0”), a term coined by world-renowned founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum
17 Sep 2019
Editor's Note The strength of a woman
The argument of increasing female empowerment has become so embedded in our social and business conversations we are now running the risk of becoming desensitised. The challenge
19 Aug 2019
Editor's Note A new dawn?
Twenty-five years of democracy is respectable because it is a sign of progress. Tackling corruption and mismanagement is a step in the right direction. Having a generally peaceful
26 Jun 2019 - E. M.
Editor’s Note The Holy Grail
Democracy is a word derived from the Greek language and literally means ‘rule by the people’. Unlike politics, democracy is essentially a system of government where
23 May 2019
Editor's Note Health: our biggest asset
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) stats, the current population of South Africa stands at 56.72-million people. The life expectancy at birth in South Africa for
08 Apr 2019
Editor's Note The time is now
Not long ago, the country was in a state of semi-euphoria. The euphoria was dubbed Ramaphoria/Ramafever. President Cyril Ramaphosa’s elevation to the Presidency was greeted
20 Mar 2019 - E. M.
Editor’s Note Consistency breeds glory
Four-hundred editions! For anything to be done 400 times, there needs to be a clear focus, plan and a strong will to make things happen. Leadership magazine embodies
13 Feb 2019
Editor's Note The catalyst for change
Welcome to another edition of South Africa’s (SA) favourite business-to-business monthly, as we wind down on another tumultuous year, which began with our stand-in President
11 Dec 2018
Editor's Note Education for the nation
Technology continues to play an increasingly prominent role in how children are educated, with bright-eyed primary school learners who are being exposed to computer science from
19 Nov 2018 - G. S.
Editor's Note All aboard
Welcome to another edition of South Africa’s favourite business-to-business monthly as we celebrate Transport Month, with a plethora of changes facing the way people
09 Oct 2018
Editor's Note Celebrating South Africa’s unique heritage
Welcome to another edition of South Africa’s favourite business monthly as we celebrate Heritage Month in South Africa (SA). The heritage of SA is a kaleidoscope of
17 Sep 2018

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