ARTICLES ON Innovative Finance

Entrepreneurship & Innovation

SA’s new finance minister must emphasise green transition

Godongwana needs to take bold, visionary action to transition South Africa’s economy from gold to green. The same-old policy approaches will only continue to yield disappointment for the workforce.

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Posted on 25 August 2021 by Barry Panulo
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Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Only together can sparks of impact investing in Africa light the way forward

From Addis Ababa to Accra, Lagos to Lusaka, ground-breaking examples of impact investments are flourishing. The steady growth in this asset class, however, belies a fragmented playing-field.

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Posted on 25 May 2021 by UCT GSB Press Office
Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Is investing for good reaching its tipping point?

With sustainable investments increasingly outperforming traditional options, millennials - the recipients of the greatest wealth transfer in history — are queuing up to get on board.

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Posted on 28 August 2020 by Natasha Dinham
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Emerging Market Business

The role of development finance in rebuilding South Africa’s economy post-COVID-19

The global COVID-19 pandemic has set back developing countries especially, but it also offers an opportunity to rethink their development path.

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Posted on 15 June 2020 by Mundia Kabinga
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How investors can support small businesses through the COVID-19 lockdown

The Bertha Centre’s Natasha Dinham spoke with Kieno Kammies at Cape Talk, about how investors can help small businesses through these challenging times.

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Posted on 9 April 2020 by Natasha Dinham
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Learning & Development

From vet to visionary financial thinker - Susan de Witt (MBA)

MBA alumna Dr Susan de Witt is making a name for herself in an innovative area of impact investing, which has the radical potential of raising much-needed finance while also driving social and environmental benefits in Africa.

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Posted on 17 February 2020 by UCT GSB Press Office