Instead of focusing on rebuilding the country after years of state capture, we were distracted by a sideshow, writes Mandy Wiener.
Mostly sunny. Mild.
As Somalia withered from drought early this year, and her goats dropped dead from thirst, Maka Abdi Ali begged for rain.
"The underpinnings of our economy and our social fabric are facing unprecedented threats from climate change, environmental degradation and the loss of our biodiversity."
As the work environment constantly evolves and adopts new technologies, business leaders need to manage this change and adapt accordingly in order to stay ahead.
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Agility is crucial for any enterprise seeking to gain a competitive advantage – but what can leaders do to develop their agility and that of their people? asks Tim London.
‘Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori,” wrote the Roman poet Horace. Over a millenium later, poet Wilfred Owen changed the meaning forever, says Muzi Kuzwayo.
They will be looking for suitable icebergs in the Antarctic.
A new US study of polar bears off the Alaska coasts says faster-moving sea ice brought on by rapid global warming is adding to stress on the already at-risk animals.
South Africa's biggest women's website has relaunched. Have a look and tell us what you think.
South Africans need to set aside petty politicking and power plays to save lives and avoid catastrophe, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Research indicates that more than half of change initiatives around the world fail, with digital transformations proving even more difficult to get right, writes Gavin Isaacs.
In a fast-changing and competitive environment, businesses – and the workforce – need to be on top of their game to remain relevant.
Experts advise on how you can make moving to a new job a smooth transition
Even positive changes can elicit a stress response.
Ready for a new job in a different industry but don’t know when to start? Worry not, we’ve got you covered.
Lewis Pugh has swum his way down the length of the English Channel, to send a message about the crisis of the world's oceans.
South Africa’s banks continue to bankroll coal investments to the tune of billions every year, risking leaving investors with stranded assets.
South Africa has urged US President Donald Trump to reconsider his decision to leave the historic Paris climate accord.
Managing a team in times of huge insecurity requires flexibility and grit. How can managers help staff and businesses thrive amid uncertainty?
A Paris court fined a woman 1000 euros for refusing to have her fingerprints taken at a rally where clashes erupted between protesters and security forces ahead of a UN climate summit.
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