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Lucas Ledwaba

Lucas Ledwaba

    Football’s changing of the guard
    Football’s changing of the guard
    History doesn’t win matches. It certainly doesn’t win titles. But the Soweto giants seem to have forgotten this, ushering in an era in which...
    Cape Town City could pull off a 'Leicester'
    Cape Town City could pull off a 'Leicester'
    Telkom Knockout champions Cape Town City would be forgiven if they did not have a trophy cabinet waiting in their Cape Town offices before their...
    Where people live and play matters
    Where people live and play matters
    There was once a common, somewhat derogatory term used to define people who came from the rural areas in the Bantustan homelands: "those who came...
    ​VTSDs: Small business is the way to big things
    ​VTSDs: Small business is the way to big things
    The beer you down this festive season may be made from maize produced by the hands of small businesswomen operating from villages, townships and...
    Mineral wealth for communities' good
    Mineral wealth for communities' good
    The landscape of what is now Bokone Bophirima province was once a farmer’s haven where mielie fields stretched as far as the eye can see on a...
    Access to information is a vital key to development
    Access to information is a vital key to development
    The inconvenience of visiting a website and finding it long overdue for an update is the daily reality faced by many people in business, media,...
    ​It’s Sundowns’ time to shine
    ​It’s Sundowns’ time to shine
    The biblical Lazarus would surely not have minded another brief resurrection just to share in the euphoria that erupted in the wake of Mamelodi...
    ​AIDC - wheeling South Africa’s economy
    ​AIDC - wheeling South Africa’s economy
    While the majority of industries are uncertain about the impact the global economic outlook might have on their operations, car manufacturers are...
    Time to turn tide on Africa's intra-continental trade
    Time to turn tide on Africa's intra-continental trade
    There is a maxim that says Africa is not for sissies. This is unfortunately the harsh reality, especially for business people involved in cross-border trade on a continent faced with serious challenges, including a dire lack of infrastructure exacerbated by miles of bureaucratic red...
    Partners in development
    Partners in development
    In November last year BMW announced a R6-billion investment in its Rosslyn plant, which forms part of the Automotive Industry Development Centre...
    Township economy and SMMEs need a boost
    Township economy and SMMEs need a boost
    There is no shortage of township entrepreneurs, but venture capital remains a contentious issue, as banks are reluctant to support growth in...
    Economic growth through innovation in Gauteng
    Economic growth through innovation in Gauteng
    Chief executives believe that technological change will be one of the biggest factors impacting growth over the next three years, second only to...