Will president Ramaphosa’s apology tour heal the wounds of xenophobic violence?
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Will president Ramaphosa’s apology tour heal the wounds of xenophobic violence?

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa kicked off his apology tour to the continent following yet…

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WEF Africa Debate: The Final Straw – Reducing Single Use Plastic in Africa
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WEF Africa Debate: The Final Straw – Reducing Single Use Plastic in Africa

The African continent is leading the world in plastic bag regulations, with 31 of these…

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Chris Bishop in conversation with banker and Afro-optimist Miguel Azevedo
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Chris Bishop in conversation with banker and Afro-optimist Miguel Azevedo

In this first edition of a new series of Captains of Industry we bring you…

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Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba on why he won’t apologise for xenophobic violence
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Joburg mayor Herman Mashaba on why he won’t apologise for xenophobic violence

Right2Know says Executive Mayor of the City of Johannesburg, Herman Mashaba shoulder some of the…

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Driving local participation in Nigeria’s oil & gas industry
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Driving local participation in Nigeria’s oil & gas industry

As Nigeria strives to achieve 70 per cent participation of indigenous players in the oil…

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Sasfin on earnings, digital banking for SMEs
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Sasfin on earnings, digital banking for SMEs

Wealth management company, Sasfin has reported solid year end results with an increase of 31…

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World Economic Forum: Lessons on financial education and relevance to people
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World Economic Forum: Lessons on financial education and relevance to people

Robert Kiyosaki, author of international runaway bestseller – Rich Dad Poor Dad, which has held…

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World Economic Forum: Regional Strategy: Infrastructure
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World Economic Forum: Regional Strategy: Infrastructure

While roads dominate Africa’s transport sector, covering almost 90 per cent of its passenger and…

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World Economic Forum: In conversation with Dr Bernie Fanaroff on the Square Kilometre Array
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World Economic Forum: In conversation with Dr Bernie Fanaroff on the Square Kilometre Array

The Square Kilometre Array, SKA, will be the largest radio telescope ever built and will…

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Xenophobia: What are the economic implications for Nigeria & South Africa?
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Xenophobia: What are the economic implications for Nigeria & South Africa?

In a discussion on the wider economic implications of the recent anti-foreigner attacks in South…

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