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    ​Research informs legislation to shed obesity
    ​Research informs legislation to shed obesity
    The South African Government implemented a 11% excise tax on sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) in 2018. The legislative move was years in the making...
    Optimistic leaders are what the world needs
    Optimistic leaders are what the world needs
    Purposeful optimism is not easy, especially in a time of pervasive negativity. But there are innumerable positive developments to celebrate. Tech...
    Ready, steady, navigate AI – like a dung beetle
    Ready, steady, navigate AI – like a dung beetle
    Have you ever wondered why dung beetles don’t get lost, even when navigating vast expanses backwards?
    The future of logistics is here – are you ready?
    The future of logistics is here – are you ready?
    A great deal of focus and many discussions are taking place around the fourth industrial revolution (4IR). Many companies from leading world...
    ​AMRH Partnership Platform – Advancing medicines regulatory outcomes in Africa
    ​AMRH Partnership Platform – Advancing medicines regulatory outcomes in Africa
    In the last two decades, Africa has witnessed a sharp increase in the number of organisations involved in medicines regulatory systems strengthening work on the continent. No doubt that Africa stands to benefit as this number continues to grow and niche streams of work emerge....
    ​The African Review of Economics and Finance Conference 2018
    ​The African Review of Economics and Finance Conference 2018
    For two days in August, Wits Business School (WBS) was a hive of activity and robust debate on the status of Africa’s economic development. Under...
    ​Transmashholding enters South Africa’s rail sector with a R500-million investment
    ​Transmashholding enters South Africa’s rail sector with a R500-million investment
    Transmashholding (TMH), the largest rail rolling stock manufacturer in Russia today, has announced a R500-million investment into South Africa...
    Discovery Life's Global Education Protector increases access to tertiary education
    Discovery Life's Global Education Protector increases access to tertiary education
    While the right to education is indisputable, many challenges persist that prevent access to quality education, particularly at tertiary level....
    Wits graduates voted most employable in South Africa
    Wits graduates voted most employable in South Africa
    The Global Employability Survey and Ranking 2017, which measures the employability of graduates and employer satisfaction with graduates, has found...
    Five lessons on why diversity isn’t black and white – it’s gold
    Five lessons on why diversity isn’t black and white – it’s gold
    More diverse businesses perform better — it’s a fact. But building a diverse workforce in Africa is not just about ticking the gender and...
    Small business 101: Avoid the pitfalls
    Small business 101: Avoid the pitfalls
    Starting a small business is often presented as the big hope for millions of unemployed South Africans, and President Jacob Zuma's State of the...
    Spatial change drives social change
    Spatial change drives social change
    It would be short-sighted to think that a budget vote for infrastructure development in Gauteng in the year 2015 stands in isolation of what...