June 2019


Business as usual won’t fix youth unemployment, poverty and inequality.

Young people are growing tired of vague targets and empty promises made by successive governments since 1994. Now we need decisive leadership and quick action to drive change.
By Athol Williams

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Three winning ways to tackle youth development through development finance

Development finance is an underutilised tool that can be directed towards tackling South Africa’s unacceptably high youth unemployment beyond the remit of mainstream finance.
By Xolisa Dhlamini

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Cities of wellbeing must focus on people, not infrastructure

It is increasingly being recognised that if you design a city for people rather than infrastructure, you end up with a city with a higher sense of wellbeing, even when inequality remains and poverty has not been eradicated.
By Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana

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Heads-up to HR - SA youth seek and have fluid identities

South African born-frees are caught in a tug-of-war between a yearned-for universalist non-racial identity and the rigid racial categories of South African society. What does this mean for the South African workplace.
By Kurt April

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Being prepared and committed is what counts in an MBA

While the demographics and content of MBA courses worldwide are changing, what still matters most for candidates looking to embark on this premier degree is preparation and commitment, and the GMAT can help to set the tone.
By Dr Ailsa Stewart Smith and Dr Trevor Wegner

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