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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
A shining light in the education crisis NGO making a huge different in the lives of learners—by supporting the teachers
The SACTWU Edufundi project (formerly Edupeg) was established in 1998 and last year alone offered support to 286 teachers who look after 12 200 learners in 48 schools across four
27 Nov 2018
Facilitating skills development, education and training The Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services SETA (merSETA) is amongst one of the 21 SETAs
The Manufacturing, Engineering and Related Services SETA (merSETA) is amongst one of the 21 SETAs set up across various industries to promote skills and development in South
30 Oct 2018
Deliberate destruction of public transport infrastructure The Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry
CAPE TOWN is facing a deliberate attempt to destroy its public transport infrastructure and this could have a devastating effect on the local economy, says the Cape Chamber of
24 Aug 2018
The Tech Revolution’s Impact On Organisational Leadership In the Fourth Industrial Revolution economy, an organisation’s competitiveness no longer depends solely on the optimisation of its own resources
In the Fourth Industrial Revolution economy, an organisation’s competitiveness no longer depends solely on the optimisation of its own resources but the total
17 Jul 2018
Engineering Africa’s Economic Renaissance Mining has the potential to help uplift the underperforming economies of Africa
Mining has the potential to help uplift the underperforming economies of Africa by unlocking the full potential of its rich resources from a mineral, skills development,
17 Jul 2018
Not Out Of The Economic Woods Yet June brought the news that the local economy had contracted by much more than expected in the first quarter
June brought the news that the local economy had contracted by much more than expected in the first quarter. This certainly dents the “new dawn” narrative that has
04 Jul 2018
DEFINING THE ZUMA YEARS Though Jacob Zuma was no saint when he ascended to the presidency, he managed to convince most observers that he was a man more sinned against than one who was sinning
It did not take long for President Zuma to transform in the public’s eyes into the typical ‘Big Man’ African leader, driven by corruption. He managed to cling to
15 Mar 2018
RAMAPHOSA’S NEW DAWN Reward professionals to play major part in Ramaphosa’s new dawn
The prosperity and equality of the nation’s workforce – alluded to in the recent State of the Nation address by President Ramaphosa – is in large part determined
19 Feb 2018
THE R50 BILLION RAND QUESTION Will the Finance Minister increase the VAT rate?
The question on everyone’s lips ahead of the Budget Review is whether the Minister of Finance will announce an increase in the VAT rate,  and if so, what that increase
19 Feb 2018




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