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South Africa saw its most destructive riots in years this past July, ostensibly in response to former President Jacob Zuma's imprisonment and due to socio-economic factors. The Constitutional Court's sentencing of Zuma was widely hailed as a victory for the Rule of Law, but the commentariat in many cases remains blissfully unaware of its diagnostic blindspots.
This year, we celebrate 35 years of changing the hearts of South Africa’s inner-city communities, bringing hope and driving sustainable impact to the communities we serve. In celebration, we will host a global webinar on 1 June 2021 from 15:00 SAST. The webinar will provide an online platform to share the wider MES story with a global audience.
An interview with Monde Ndlovu, Head Advocacy and Thought Leadership, Black Management Forum (BMF), and Dr Ivor Blumenthal, CEO, ArkKonsult, discussing how all stakeholders in society have a particular role to play in fusing the scientific, the craft and artistic perspectives of transformation in the South African economy.
South Africa is limp wristed from unclear definitions and objectives that are used at different moments to drive ambiguous agendas. South Africa lacks a clear definition for transformation, and thus every other organ of change abdicates their role in shaping the country in a progressive direction.
Read our exclusive cover story entitled EMPOWERING WOMEN | WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY? by Deon Oberholzer, CEO of Gestalt Growth Strategies as well a host of other topical management articles written by professionals, consultants and academics in the February/March 2018 edition of BusinessBrief.
The BBBEE Commission announced that it has initiated 17 investigations for possible contraventions of the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (BBBEE Act). Six cases deal...