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September 2017


Between a rock and a hard place: Economic transformation is, for the most, a sensitive exercise.

If economic transformation is to be realised, SA needs to keep the rating agencies on side. It is also crucial to strengthen local development finance institutions (DFIs) and to revamp our failing education and training system.

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South African universities need to rethink how they invest their millions

Universities are no longer simply institutions of learning. Over the past 50 years, they have also become important players in global financial markets. They have become institutional investors.

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Integrative thinking could be the difference between a failed and a successful nation

SA has experienced its best moments when we created new options by integrating contradicting perspectives and embracing complexity and ambiguity. We need to do so again.

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A lack of business ethics that this country cannot afford

The ongoing revelations around state capture and patronage thanks to the leaked Gupta emails, are giving South Africans an unprecedented and frightening glimpse into the machinery of corruption. What we do with this knowledge as a country now is going to count for everything.

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The challenge of raising more authentic leaders

Research among several hundred emerging leaders has revealed some key trends: they shine when they are in an environment that aligns with their personal values, they depend on the enabling influence of positive relationships around them. And many of them do not have that advantage.

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Eskom in the spotlight as Parliament's Inquiry begins

Witnesses summoned to the inquiry could expose the culpability of government ministers.

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