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PUBLISHERS NOTE The data economy
The year 2020 seems to be galloping at an unprecedented pace, granted this might just be my own delusion. We are already approaching the end of the first quarter of the year, yet
16 Mar 2020
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
Publisher's Note 2020 and Beyond
There is something magical about the year 2020. It is the start of a magnificent decade which impresses upon us, to aspire and plan bigger than usual about the future. The year
11 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
Publisher's Note Glancing into the future
As we conclude a decade and anticipate 2020 with much eagerness, we ought to take a longer view of the future beyond 2020, possibly 2030 and beyond. The one key consideration of
14 Nov 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
Publisher's Note The strength of disruptive tech
One sunny Saturday afternoon I was hanging around in one of the finest restaurants in Melrose arch, Johannesburg, indulging in my Caribbean Cigars. I was huffing and puffing my
22 Oct 2019 - T. O. M.
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
Publisher's Note The tantalising predicaments, options and choices in human ecosystem
The magnitude and pace of changes that are unfolding in front of our eyes are phenomenal and nothing short of miraculous. We live in an era where there are extraordinary choices
17 Sep 2019
Publisher's Note The Attention economy
The one question lingering in my mind for sometime now, is how many of the leadership magazine readers actually read the publishers note, put otherwise do people actually read
19 Aug 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
Publisher’s Note Fortune favours the brave
In navigating the ups and downs of life, there are several mantras that stand the test of time. Can they be scientifically proven? Your guess is as good as mine. A mantra being
26 Jun 2019 - T. O. M.
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.
Publisher’s Note The sun shall never set on so glorious a human achievementPublisher’s Note
Twenty-five years ago on 27 April 1994, South Africa was set on a momentous path towards prosperity. It prompted Madiba to declare: “The sun shall never set on so glorious a
23 May 2019
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