Get ready for Decorex Durban!

It’s almost time for Africa’s biggest décor, design and lifestyle exhibition to kick off, with the first instalment, Decorex Durban, taking place at the...

The African Renewable energy revolution

Johannesburg, 28 January 2020; Africa’s abundant clean energy resources, coupled with new investments in renewable energy technologies, have spearheaded Africa into a clean energy...

Impact of African Continental Free Trade Area agreement (AfCFTA) on Africa’s Energy Sector

Johannesburg, 13 January 2020; The African Continental Free Trade Area agreement (AfCFTA) will constitute the world’s largest free trade area, consolidating an integrated market of...

Mahindra announces leadership changes in the Group Corporate Office and the Auto and Farm...

January 9, 2020, Pretoria: Mahindra & Mahindra, the global federation of companies in enterprises as wide-ranging as aerospace, vehicles, defence, logistics, information technology and...

How some corporations can have positive impact in communities

What is the role of corporations in addressing grand challenges? Grand challenges are complex, pressing social and ecological problems involving diverse actors. They defy straightforward...

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The Future of African Manufacturing: Making Things in a Changing World

The world is changing at an unprecedented rate in terms of innovative technologies, shifting customer expectations, as well as increasing social awareness of gender...

African Municipalities Seek the Option to Procure from IPPs

Johannesburg, 31 October 2019; Africa’s energy demand is expected to double by 2050 and with its abundant supply of renewables, the continent has adequate...

South Africa’s new economic proposals highlight the role of services

South Africa’s Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently published a package of economic policy proposals that warrant serious consideration. They are aimed at reviving the flagging economy...

Why it’s time for business schools to radically rethink the MBA

Employers love business school graduates. That’s not just a wild claim: 96% of employers globally polled by the Graduate Management Admission Council in January...

A unique picture of migration patterns in South Africa can help urban planning

Economic disparities, inequality and unemployment, particularly among young people, remain pervasive in South Africa. Lack of access to services and inadequate living conditions also...

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