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Smarter mobility key to a sustainable South Africa Smarter Mobility Africa summit to host big gun speakers in 2019
The World Economic Forum has revealed that by 2050, 70% of the world’s population will be living and operating in urban areas. Considering the resultant congestion and
12 Sep 2019
Be greedy when others are fearful Why it's time to invest in SA
With the World Economic Forum for Africa happening in Cape Town this week as well as the latest quarterly SA GDP data being released, there is naturally a big focus on the state
05 Sep 2019
Learning Agility Changing roles in a changing business environment
The need for rapid change is impacting both job roles and organisations. We look at three industries and the effects of these changes… Change-readiness and Learning Agility
25 Sep 2018
The future of work in a digital world by Cathy Smith, Managing Director at SAP Africa
The digital age, and the new technologies it’s brought with it - blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, augmented reality and virtual reality - is seen by many
18 Sep 2018
Return on investment Investing in infrastructure, ICT in Africa
Positive returns on investment are almost guaranteed in the infrastructure and ICT sectors in South Africa and Africa, says Deputy President Cyril
13 May 2016
WOMEN Women grossly under-represented in international politics
Strategies to increase women’s participation in politics have been advanced through conventions, protocols and international agreements for gender mainstreaming, but they
21 Jul 2014 - F. M.
MANAGEMENT CEO survey
SA stands to lose out as global CEOs look back to advanced economies for growth opportunities.
31 Jan 2014
Sharing wealth Business created wealth should benefit wider “shareholders”
Mining magnate Patrice Motsepe’s recent announcement that he will donate roughly half of his wealth to the Motsepe Foundation, has been described as a milestone in South Africa’s history.
18 Feb 2013 - U. O. S.
World Economic Forum report ahead of Davos 2013 Wealth gap, government debt and climate change a dangerous mix
The globe is under increasing risk from the confluence of a growing worldwide income gap between rich and poor, persistent government deficits, climate change, water shortages and aging populations.
22 Jan 2013 - P. C.




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