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The inequality of employment equity

Aug 02 2015 15:23

The BMF notes with disappointment the release of the 15th employment equity report, which is increasingly becoming a ritual of disappointment and missed opportunities.


ESG reporting in SA: where are the gaps?

Jul 31 2015 10:55

What are the gaps in sound environmental, social and governance policies among listed SA firms, asks a trio of researchers.


The unemployment bugbear

Aug 03 2015 10:20

The issue for SA's 5.2 million unemployed is the policy response rather than the politics, says Mzwandile Jacks.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Damaging effects of govt policies on farming

Jul 31 2015 06:56

One of the unintended consequences of policies based on government wishful thinking has been to threaten South Africa’s food security, says Terry Bell.


Friends & Friction: Share your bag of locusts

Aug 02 2015 14:55

It doesn’t take much to change history. A little bit of good you do somewhere could, like a grain of pollen small enough to be carried by the wind, lead to a big tree. This could become the landmark for many souls who would otherwise be lost.


Patriotic reporting or corruption whitewash?

Jul 30 2015 07:24

A free press has implications for economic development, says Leopold Scholtz.


Public figures letting SA down

Jul 29 2015 07:49

The madness we see happening in our public institutions is hardly conducive to making taxpayers happy to contribute to SA's development, says Solly Moeng.


BOOK REVIEW: Get ready for the DIY economy

Jul 28 2015 08:22

The world is on the verge of a new “sharing economy" which gives us a chance to correct the failures of the first curve, says Ian Mann.

Your Voice

Buzzwords and truths

Jul 27 2015 06:29

Mandi Smallhorne discusses her beef with the buzzwords of the day: savings and entrepreneurship.

Inside Labour

Inside Labour: Of pink flags and infighting

Jul 24 2015 07:42

Unity and cohesion remain the slogans for the ANC-led alliance, but togetherness hasn't been assured, says Terry Bell.

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SA's healthcare headache

Jul 24 2015 07:23

SA is edging towards denying people healthcare because of lack of medication among other things, says Mzwandile Jacks.


A German debt lesson for Greece

Jul 22 2015 23:09

When demanding pay-back, one should not demand so much that the operation is a success, but the patient dies, says Leopold Scholtz.

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