capitalism

 
The human cost of fast fashion
The human cost of fast fashion
Lauren Dixon-Paver faced a dilemma a couple of weeks ago when she needed to get a new pair of pants: for over a year now, the 25-year-old graphic...
Ads out of touch with audiences
Ads out of touch with audiences
Advertising is the lifehood of capitalism and, in South Africa, the majority of brands aim at black consumers. But in the latter part of 2018,...
Universities in the neoliberal age
Universities in the neoliberal age
Many of the students I have taught in Britain and South Africa see higher education as a place where they “invest” in themselves in the...
Betting on Elon’s a risky business
Betting on Elon’s a risky business
If a messiah was needed to lead us in these climate-challenged times, Elon Musk could be seen to fit much of the bill. His projects include...
Salute to a giant African academic
Salute to a giant African academic
Samir Amin (1931-2018)
Imperial era’s toxic masculinity in focus
Imperial era’s toxic masculinity in focus
So much has been written about the Jameson Raid as a key moment in South African history, particularly as part of the run-up to the South African...
The future world of work is changing
The future world of work is changing
For most people, the year 2028 seems like the very distant future. But when you consider that 18 years have already passed since the prospect of a...
On the days when I’d rather stay in bed
On the days when I’d rather stay in bed
‘Even when I’m a mess, I still put on a vest with an ‘S’ on my chest. Oh yes, I’m a Superwoman.”
An inconvenient review of An Inconvenient Sequel
An inconvenient review of An Inconvenient Sequel
Winter is here, darkness descends … phones are taken, doors are shut, curtains are drawn on this quaint private theatre screen somewhere in...
Peddling the miracles of entrepreneurship is a deceit
Peddling the miracles of entrepreneurship is a deceit
Visit an inner-city charismatic church on a given evening of the week and you will hear pastors, often self-proclaimed doctors, professors,...
​Workplace change is a social imperative
​Workplace change is a social imperative
DEMOCRACYGreater workplace democracy could make South Africa’s labour market more peaceful, productive and less racially charged.

Client Media Releases

SA political parties talk foreign policy
Barloworld announces new group structure
Should I stay or should I grow?
Use Microsoft's eDiscovery for non-Office 365 data sources