Instead of focusing on rebuilding the country after years of state capture, we were distracted by a sideshow, writes Mandy Wiener.
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When data is collected from children under 13, it's time for digital marketers to ask the hard questions, says Mignon Reynecke.
SA can learn something about building business confidence from the tech giants like Google and Amazon, says Grant Sieff.
Restructuring Eskom's supply chain could be the way to go, experts at a recent panel discussion have said.
Impact investors manage some $224bn globally and ahead of the investment summit, SA should note the trends, says Aunnie Patton Power.
Within his first one hundred days President Cyril Ramaphosa has given himself room for strategic and bold moves to reconfigure government, says an economist.
Gender diversity is improving at management levels, but very slowly, according to Kumeshnee West of the UCT Graduate School of Business.
SA is fortunate in that there are many men and women ready to step in and take this country forward, says Professor of Leadership Kurt April.
SA can improve the quality of leadership in the country by investing in leadership training, says the new director of the UCT Graduate School of Business.
South Africa needs to move away from the idea that development and development funding mean loss making, says a Treasury official.
Business leaders need to be open to being challenged if they want to succeed in an era of low growth, says UCT GSB Professor Walter Baets.
Cybercrime is a growing threat, and the financial services sector is among the most vulnerable, says Sharron L. McPherson.
To break into the estimated $115bn annual spend on travel by the Chinese market, South African hospitality leaders must shift their focus, says Jonathan Steyn.
After the global financial crisis, a new way of looking at business and finance emerged. But unless business schools get on board, it won't thrive, say
As workspaces keep changing more rapidly, it has never been more important to be agile, versatile, and proactive in managing up as well as down, says Tim London.
Those who have a heart for social innovation and change have until October 31 to apply for a scholarship from the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
The Constitution does mauske provision for land expropriation without compensation under specific circumstances and if it's in the public interest, says UDM MP Nqabayomzi Kwankwa.
In developing leadership skills it is also important to focus on so-called soft skills, says the new director of the UCT Graduate School of Business.
The Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship at UCT's Graduate School of Business is presenting a funding "Do-ference" in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business is one of four South African business schools listed in the Financial Times global ranking for Executive Education Customised Programmes. Watch.
The international education ranking agency Eduniversal says the University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business is the number one business school in Africa.
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