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The carbon tax: why it could work

The Act has the potential to mitigate environmental damage and boost South Africa's standing globally

PPPs can fund public infrastructure – essential in the African context

Are public-private partnerships capable of delivering real value or are they at risk of self-congratulatory spending and recognition?

The success of the public-private partnership

The model has the potential to create significant change in a country in dire need of just that

Critical thinking in critical times

Forward thinking and research that defines the societal impact of the 4IR reveals a realm of potential within a world of challenges

Communication Award

The Wits Communications team is committed to making research and science accessible through creative strategies and multiple platforms

Lifetime Award for achievement by an individual

Leader and ‘complete bee person’

The NSTF-South32 Awards

Twenty-one years of recognising excellence in science, engineering, technology and innovation

Is the MBA dead?

Despite the changes wrought by 4IR, this challenging degree remains relevant

Who needs an MBA?

What type of person in what type of role will truly benefit from undertaking an MBA?

Conquer Kilimanjaro

Trailblazing Travel Psychology

The Ethical Tourist

The value and responsibility of ethical tourism has a pull for the international traveller

Taking the Camino the South African way

Pull on your boots, prepare your backpack and get ready for long local hikes

Investing in relationships

Small companies are able to customise experiences and build critical relationships

Taking off from the mother city

Delivering high-end conferencing solutions to the global market

On a mission to increase tourism’s contribution to GDP

South Africa needs to diversify its main sources of income

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