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Innovation at heart of pharmaceutical multinational In the three years that Frenchman Thibault Crosnier Leconte, country chair of Sanofi South Africa, has been in the country, his team has achieved pioneering results in the provision of drugs. Sanofi has collaborated with Government, the private sector and start-up companies
South Africa has a unique disease burden being communicable diseases, however non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and mental health are on the rise. Diabetes is the 2nd
08 Jan 2020
Who motivates the motivators? This is a true story
Once, a senior Manager with many years’ experience and only a few years before retirement wrote a note to his CEO asking him whether he had any ideas on how to keep himself
06 Nov 2019
Women stirring the leadership pot They are highly skilled, driven by passion and motivated by the urging desire to take South Africa to the next level
They are highly skilled, driven by passion and motivated by the urging desire to take South Africa to the next level. Through effective and purposeful leadership, these women have
17 Sep 2019 - J. M.
Ubank's new Chairman Keshan Pillay Ubank appoints and welcomes a new Chairman to its board of directors
Board of Directors endeavour to have diverse experiences from its board members, to include relevant skills and perspective necessary to transform and warrant the
12 Sep 2019
The horsemen of corporate collapse A pattern of moral disengagement and displacement of responsibility paves the way for the horsemen of corporate collapse
A pattern of moral disengagement and displacement of responsibility paves the way for the horsemen of corporate collapse: unethical decisions, no accountability, recklessness,
17 Jul 2019 - P. O. S.
Where African Manufacturers would be Where African Manufacturers would be without Governmental Financing and Incentives
Incentives ensure that a country has a competitive advantage to attract investment from foreign investors, thereby increasing inward Foreign Direct Investment in
31 May 2019
Experts mull over Eskom’s future as South Africa awaits IRP "Eskom's debt burden a 'fallacy'"
Whilst South Africans may still be relatively in the dark over the release date of the updated Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) outlining the country’s future energy plans,
22 May 2019
Budgeting on transformation The Gauteng provincial government has made some great strides since 2014
The Gauteng provincial government has made some great strides since 2014. Their budget for 2019/20 underlines the considerable advancements the province has made in transforming
23 Apr 2019
South Africa’s abysmal audit record In an ideal world, the government works for the people
In an ideal world, the government works for the people. Basic services are provided to all the citizens of the country. Taxes are used for their intended purposes. Everything
11 Apr 2019
AGENDA 2019 Ask political parties questions, demand answers
Are our political parties offering the kind of policies that will put South Africa on the road to recovery? Agenda 2019, a project of the Centre for Development and Enterprise
08 Apr 2019




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