Consumption drives environmental collapse. We can blame corporations and governments all we want, but our consumption habits are a large part of the problem. They need to change and the Cape Town water crisis offers a lesson in how we can bring this about.
By Hamieda Parker
Most SMMEs don’t make it past their first year. This is worrying for an economy in which SMMEs are a vital part of growth. A range of reasons are given for what is stifling these businesses, from financing to access to markets, but one factor has been completely overlooked: stress.
By Kurt April
More than 20 years since the end of apartheid, a new generation of leadership is firing up the activism space in South Africa that many believe has lost momentum – bringing new hope that the country can address its social justice and equality challenges more effectively.
By Clint Maggott
While business schools have their work cut out for them in combating corruption culture, the measure of their success is ultimately recognised in the quality of the graduates they produce.
The recent World Economic Forum Sustainable Development Impact Summit in New York highlighted that aligning local social development goals with the UN’ Sustsainable Development Goals (SDGs) will accelerate inclusive development and bring about the change the country desperately needs.
By Farhana Parker
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