Do the research first: Your student loan repayments should not burden you with lifelong debt
‘The poorest of the poor have an equal right to be educated’
Military interventions will not solve the underlying problems that caused the ‘insurgency’ in the first place
A universal basic income will enhance the economy by enabling more money to circulate among people
‘The media has a huge role to play in reminding us that we are living in a climate crisis’
Understanding the mid-term budget in a low growth, highly volatile environment
Co-hosted by the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation and Shared Interest
Stakeholders and leaders identify opportunities for further growth as well as areas of concern
South Africa has the resources and a massive untapped labour force – what is stopping the economy from growing?
Parliament is changing the way we vote — a new law, the Electoral Amendment Bill is being discussed — but so far, it’s a disaster
What tools can leaders use to promote an open environment in the workplace where employees can share their stories?
Advancing conversations and action around Africa’s girl child, reimagining a better today and future for the benefit of all
The Future of Student Funding and the Sustainability of African Higher Education Financing Agencies: What are the opportunities post Covid-19 Pandemic?
A united network of women, from leaders and farmers, to learners and the elderly can build the solidarity needed to support the development of women
Will African countries be forced to choose only one superpower for their ICT infrastructure?
It has been just over 45 years since the 1976 Soweto uprising, an integral moment in the call for democracy in an apartheid-led South Africa. June 16 not only represents the lives sacrificed in order for us to all reap the benefits of democracy; it is also a day that requires one to be reflective […]
The focus must be on primary and preventative healthcare
Working together is the way forward to save young lives
Having it available at schools will normalise its use in the eyes of learners
‘Every day, we must reflect on how to make this a better world — not just the government, or artists, or activists, it is about all of us’
‘Western religion helped to destroy our connections with ourselves and our ancestors, so we became much more malleable slaves’
Institutionalised voluntarism is a compromise that falls short of full international legal liability
‘In order to reclaim African journalism, we have to continue to reinvent it’
It is a land of opportunities, but it needs a major economic shift
Good stakeholder engagement is about really listening – ESG considerations have been ignored for the most part by the industry
A holistic, integrated approach is required to understand and change the narrative of student success
‘If our whistleblowers were publicly rewarded by the president, it would provide them some protection’
Interim arrangements bring Africa one step closer to free trade
Alcohol regulation should be strengthened to address the challenge of GBV, along with other interventions
Is Zambian president Hakainde Hichilema showing signs of making good on his campaign promises?
Enough of talking, let’s see some convictions
Policy was not evident in election campaigns, but service delivery itself has become politicised