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WHERE ARE ALL THE BLACK AFRICAN PROFESSIONALS? Not a lot has changed. Back in 2009, studies were conducted and reporters took to the debate on the transformational barriers inhibiting Cape Town. Today, in 2017, we are in the same place.
The same because there isn’t a business in Cape Town that reports gains in attracting and retaining black professionals. There are no case studies to show how it has been
08 Jan 2018
MERSETA Facilitating skills development
Everybody’s talking about the revolution—the Fourth Industrial Revolution, in which machine to machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are converging with the
02 Nov 2017
DRIVING RETIREMENT INVESTMENT STRATEGY IN A LOWER-RETURN ENVIRONMENT What should trustees be considering to generate sufficient returns for their members?
South Africa currently finds itself in a whirlwind of uncertainty - impacted by a variety of macro- and micro-economic factors that have resulted in lower returns for members.
31 Oct 2017
DECISIVE ACTION URGENTLY NEEDED FROM ANC QUARTERS - ZUMA MUST GO, AND SOON Statement by Andre Venter, spokesperson of the trade union UASA:
Whenever Pres. Jacob Zuma announces a Cabinet shuffle there’s blood on the proverbial floor of the economy.  Minutes after his announcement earlier today the
19 Oct 2017
BUSINESS PREPAID Is it even a thing?
We are all aware of the crunch our economy is facing.  We’re all being told to tighten our belts and businesses are really starting to examine ways to do that; and
28 Sep 2017 - H. K. -. D. a. F.
TRANSFORMING AND INNOVATING SOUTH AFRICA'S SCIENCE A senior lecturer in the Department of English Studies at Unisa, Dr Naomi Nkealah’s passion for feminism was born when she was still just a teen and, growing along side it, is her lifelong love and commitment to research and academia
“I became a feminist the day my father told me I could not learn to drive, only because no daughter of his would drive his car. I was 19 then and had just finished high
03 Aug 2017
A QUESTION OF LEADERSHIP Rene Carayol, our very own business guru challenges an African Leader
John Amaechi OBE is a respected Organisational Psychologist, best-selling New York Times author and CEO of Amaechi Performance Systems. He focuses on improving performance,
04 Jul 2017
THE LURE OF GREENTECH Sustainability
At a time when all South Africans need to ensure that the rise of unemployment is kerbed in a bid to boost the economy, there is growing consensus on the need to harness the green
04 Jul 2017
ONLINE TARGETING THE AFRICAN YOUTH As Africa’s youth rise in power, companies have a golden opportunity to speak to them online
With over 200 million people aged between 15 and 24, Africa has the youngest population in the world. This is according to the United Nations, whose African Economic Outlook
28 Jun 2017
HIGH 5'S A SPARKLING VISON THAT DESERVES OUR SUPPORT Leadership’s international ambassador, René Carayol, travels to the Ivory Coast
Leadership’s international ambassador, René Carayol, travels to the Ivory Coast to conduct a face-to-face interview with Akinwumi Adesina, the President of the
18 Apr 2017




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