For FW de Klerk reconciliation was never about moral intention, but always about political strategy, writes Antjie Krog.
Sprinkles. More clouds than sun. Cool.
There have always been two crossroads for South Africa to take the High Road in the long run. The first was political and successfully navigated towards the end of the last century. However, the second crossroads was economic and is where we stand right now having had almost 10 years of disappointing GDP growth and even a recession, writes Clem Sunter.
The JSE-listed group is set to become a driving force in growing local tech businesses whilst helping to drive South Africa’s economic renewal.
Chances are we'll be taller.
There already is a “space kingdom”, and that this ‘kingdom’ already has a quarter of a million residents.
Issues such as the rise of populism, increasing inequality, immigration, and automation are increasingly influencing traditional political alliances. And it is changing voting patterns.
And it doesn’t require the use of a crystal ball.
Higher education institutions must adapt if they are to produce graduates who can keep up with the rapidly changing pace of workplaces, technologies and industries.
Japanese automakers offer a glimpse into the future with concept cars at the Detroit auto show.
To highlight its future mobility, Audi has debuted its Aicon concept at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. The new model has no steering wheel nor pedals...
In our fast-changing world, it is vital that companies practise foresight in order to adapt – or risk becoming irrelevant.
A lot of skills will become obsolete in the future with new programmes and machines taking over what we as humans use to master.
As parents, it is our job to do what we can to create certainty for our children’s future. One of the ways to do this is to use our knowledge of their abilities and link it to evolving education providers. Find out more about Curro's two new future-facing education approaches: vocational training and technology-driven education.
And that doesn't necessarily mean self-driving cars, says Tyler Cowen.
A report from Euromonitor International predicted some of the biggest technilogical changes that will come to homes by 2040.
What are humanity’s options if we wreck the Earth and find ourselves racing against the clock to save our civilisation from extinction, asks Robert J Traydon.
What will happen in the coming decades? Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has some visionary ideas.
Business will increasingly have a more meaningful role to play in the future of society.
A programme called 'Growing Foxes' at a private school for girls in London teaches them how to think creatively about the future and thereby make better decisions about their lives, writes Clem Sunter.
China, the world's biggest auto market, is considering a ban on fossil fuel cars in a major boost to the production of electric vehicles as it seeks to ease pollution.
BrandsEye analyses social media users’ conversations to determine how they feel about a particular topic in order to predict outcomes.
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