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2018-10-12 14:28 How to incentivise creativity Should people in creative jobs be subject to competitive markets forces? Popular belief says no. But research suggests that competition, in fact, increases creative output - up to a point.
2018-10-12 13:34 What would Britain’s business relationship with Africa look like post-Brexit? When Britain will no longer be the gateway to Europe, it is imperative that it strengthens its relationship with the rest of the world. Africa is key to this shift.
2018-10-10 12:00 Trade wars: History’s warning for the US and SA History has shown that trade wars seldom produce winners. More often than not, the results leave both sides battle-bruised, scarred and worse off.
2018-10-08 12:46 Treating taxpayers’ money with respect The ANC is not, as many suggest, led by Marxist-style leaders. Instead, the governing party is anchored in the type of democratic socialism found in Scandinavian countries. But with one major dif ...
2018-09-26 14:42 Why are there so many single mothers? The share of single mothers has increased dramatically in South Africa and elsewhere in the world. There are many theories on why this is happening, but few offer a clear answer.

SA needs decisive leadership 2018-09-13 09:35 In order to move South Africa past the disastrous Zuma years, leadership needs to have the courage to make unpopular decisions in the run-up to the elections – regardless of the potential politic ...
A radical solution to land ownership 2018-09-06 09:01 A new book proposing a drastic policy regarding land ownership demonstrates the creative thinking we need to start tackling the immense social challenges we face.
The end of Zuma’s radical policy? 2018-08-28 14:30 Our last two presidents were ousted before completing their terms and both times their economic policies were sidelined after their departure. Will President Ramaphosa be able to secure the growt ...
What historians are saying about our future 2018-08-28 13:50 Issues such as the rise of populism, increasing inequality, immigration, and automation are increasingly influencing traditional political alliances. And it is changing voting patterns.
The cost of crime 2018-08-15 11:58 Violent crime, in all its manifestations, is costly for society. Therefore South Africa should invest more resources into understanding its causes and consequences.
Middle-class voters may punish ANC 2018-08-08 11:41 In 2016, the ruling party lost its grip on key metros in the municipal elections. If the current landslide that is economic inequality continues, they stand to lose a lot more in the 2019 general ...

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