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Tamsin Oxford

Tamsin Oxford

    The carbon tax: Why it could work
    The carbon tax: Why it could work
    The Carbon Tax Act kicked into effect as of July 2019 and with it has come outcry, concerns and shouts ofit being “unconstitutional”. But this...
    The success of the public-private partnership
    The success of the public-private partnership
    According to the South African national treasury, a public-private partnership (PPP) is defined as a “contract between a public sector institution and a private party, where the private party performs a function usually provided by the public sector”. PPPs offer a country struggling...
    PPPs can fund public infrastructure – essential in the African context
    PPPs can fund public infrastructure – essential in the African context
    The public-private partnership (PPP) model was introduced in South Africa in 1998. The 2018/19 budget indicated that a total of 33 completed PPP...
    Critical thinking in critical times
    Critical thinking in critical times
    On Tuesday, July 2, 2019, Kagiso Trust in collaboration with the Mail & Guardian held a Critical Thinking Forum that framed conversations...
    The NSTF-South32 Awards
    The NSTF-South32 Awards
    In June 27 2019, the 21st annual National Science and Technology Forum (NSTF)-South32 Awards were hosted in a glittering display of black ties,...
    Lifetime Award for achievement by an individual
    Lifetime Award for achievement by an individual
    Professor Robin Crewe is an internationally-renowned researcher, educator and innovator for the work he has done on social insects, particularly...
    Communication Award
    Communication Award
    There is immense power in the medium of communication. It can be used to share stories, to inspire young minds, and to engage with people across...
    Who needs an MBA?
    Who needs an MBA?
    These three letters still manage to strike a measure of awe into the heart of anyone looking to further their career or take on the next level of...
    Is the MBA dead?
    Is the MBA dead?
    According to a report by the McKinsey Global Institute on the Skill Shift: Automation and the Future of the Workforce, there are several key skill...
    Tintswalo Lodges
    Tintswalo Lodges
    Tintswalo is a group of family owned and managed boutique lodges in South Africa run by mom and daughter duo Lisa Goosen, the 42-year-old CEO, and...
    BREARD Foundation
    BREARD Foundation
    Bpahumze Rubuluza is the 49-year-old director and founding member of the BREARD Foundation, a non-profit organisation that focuses on education and...
    Airbnb Africa
    Airbnb Africa
    Velma Corcoran is the Airbnb country manager for South Africa and oversees the business of the disruptive travel company in the region. She is...