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Foreword The Big Issue
Illegal mining is a very serious challenge in South Africa. Illegal mining at closed gold mines and, in many cases, in disused portions of operating gold mines, has received much
20 Mar 2019 - R. B. / C. -. M. C.
Publisher's Note Capturing the zeitgeist of the moment
German scholars have argued cohesively that each era has a unique spirit—a nature or climate that sets it apart from all other epochs. We live in an era of rapid
20 Mar 2019 - T. O. M.
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.
Publishers Note Honorary Publisher’s note: Royston Lamond
By any criteria, the 400th edition of any magazine is a hefty milestone. To Cape Media Corporation, it is a source of immense pride. Leadership was born out of the passion of
13 Feb 2019 - R. L.
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
Foreword The spirit of resilience and innovation
In the rollercoaster ride of uncertainty and change that seems to have become the norm in South Africa, and the world generally, there are two positive descriptions that can be
13 Feb 2019 - W. B.
Publisher's Note Diminishing the benevolence of the invisible hand
The optimal economic outcomes such as the efficient allocation of resources, optimal distribution of income, sustained economic growth and macroeconomic stability with full
11 Dec 2018
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
Foreword Education in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution exponentially gathers steam, many people will be wondering what the effect will be on education. As everything becomes digitised, once-arcane
19 Nov 2018 - J. F.
Publisher's Note Ascend Mount Olympus and dine with the gods
When I grew up in the townships of Pretoria, the most popular pick-up line was “The Himalaya mountain, nobody can climb it, except me and you by means of love”, this
19 Nov 2018 - T. O. M.
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.
Foreword Afraid a digital world means less human intelligence? Don’t be
The impact of technology is being felt in every aspect of our lives, almost unbeknownst to us. The Internet has become our on-demand source for everything and connectivity to the
09 Oct 2018
Publisher's note Transport is key to human capital development
Every quarter of the year or so, I head west to Europe and the United States sparingly. I also conduct visits to the East from time to time. Throughout this quarterly trip, never
09 Oct 2018 - T. O. M.
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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