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What is social innovation, and why does it matter?
What is social innovation, and why does it matter?
Included in the programme of the 2018 South African Innovation Summit was the Social Innovation Summit, powered by Activate! This is a network that...
SA cities need to unclog their bureaucracy drains to let business flow
SA cities need to unclog their bureaucracy drains to let business flow
While South Africans continue to battle with rising unemployment, poverty and inequality, a World Bank report on doing business in South Africa...
We rise together: Collaboration and Africa's economic future
We rise together: Collaboration and Africa's economic future
The key to business sustainability is changing how we think about competition and partnership. The business landscape is beginning to shift away...
Partnerships for the goals: The role of the shared value ecosystem
Partnerships for the goals: The role of the shared value ecosystem
One of the keys to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) lies in the 17th goal: partnerships. None of us can tackle a social...
PODCAST: Freedom for sale
PODCAST: Freedom for sale
When apartheid ended, the big companies that helped the regime buy weapons continued to do business with the new government. Until today, these...
Henley believes in a well-rounded approach to education
Henley believes in a well-rounded approach to education
While Henley Africa has outstanding credentials — our academic research is recognised internationally for its deeply theoretical underpinnings; we have been awarded triple accreditation from the world’s three leading educational bodies; and our MBA is a globally-recognised...
70% of SA execs unhappy with business conditions
70% of SA execs unhappy with business conditions
Business confidence has made a marginal recovery, having dropped 11 points in the second quarter from 40 to 29, it is up six points to 35 for the...
Let them eat macaroons
Let them eat macaroons
The world’s super-rich swanned around a luxury ski resort in the charming Swiss town of Davos. They sipped champagne and nibbled on macaroons...
‘Tackle big business on many fronts’
‘Tackle big business on many fronts’
The leaking of the public protector’s interim report into banking giant Absa’s apartheid debt has again brought the messy issue of how to...
Only competition will produce growth and industry needs a conducive environment
Only competition will produce growth and industry needs a conducive environment
I am not going to step into the media battle about chicken that seems to never end, but I do wish to respond to Kevin Lovell’s missive on my...
Gold goes the way of oil - down, down down; commodity markets will sweat this year
Gold goes the way of oil - down, down down; commodity markets will sweat this year
GOLD prices fell to a five-year low Monday, the latest commodity to be hit by a price slide in the past year as the prospect of higher US...
SA businesses in Africa could feel 'heat' of xenophobic attacks
SA businesses in Africa could feel 'heat' of xenophobic attacks
South Africa’s cabinet warned on Friday that companies operating in the rest of Africa may be targeted, just as Johannesburg-based Sasol Ltd....

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