Economic transformation

 
SACP won’t back ‘radical looting’
SACP won’t back ‘radical looting’
South African Communist Party (SACP) deputy general secretary Solly Mapaila says the ANC should have opened up its succession debate to restore the...
Editorial: The poor are used in the economic and power war
Editorial: The poor are used in the economic and power war
"Transformation” – or “radical economic transformation” – has become the buzzword of our contemporary political discourse. Few would deny...
Radical economic transformation remains a pipedream
Radical economic transformation remains a pipedream
The Minister of Finance gave a promising 2015 budget speech, but listening to the president responding to the debates...
Transforming the economy of South Africa for the future
Transforming the economy of South Africa for the future
It has been just on 20 years since the first democratic elections were held in South Africa. Many analysts are using this time to reflect on what...
Entrenched positions hinder youth entrepreneurship
Entrenched positions hinder youth entrepreneurship
The afternoon session of the 20 years of economic transformation debate was summed up best by audience member Sifiso Memela: “I was quite...
BEEing the owners we want
BEEing the owners we want
Black economic empowerment has come a long way since South Africa emerged from the first democratic elections in 1994. And thankfully so, because...
A legacy of empowerment
A legacy of empowerment
The history of black economic emancipation would be incomplete without the substantial role played by the National African Federated Chamber of...
Compliance, corruption, collusion
Compliance, corruption, collusion
With government’s aim to create an environment to stimulate economic transformation, has come a plethora of demands upon companies to comply...
BEE laws play catch-up
BEE laws play catch-up
There can be no discussion about economic transformation without examination of the legal framework put in place by the government expressly to...
Creativity: the great equaliser
Creativity: the great equaliser
The South African advertising industry has often been criticised as being slow to transform.
The carpenter’s tale
The carpenter’s tale
The cars in Robert Thulani Zondo’s garage are polished and gleaming; his building is a work in progress, but the decor in the finished rooms...

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