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AGENDA 2019 Ask political parties questions, demand answers
Are our political parties offering the kind of policies that will put South Africa on the road to recovery? Agenda 2019, a project of the Centre for Development and Enterprise
08 Apr 2019
UNDER NEW LEADERSHIP Cyril Ramaphosa’s election as President has elicited a wave of optimism amongst South Africans who are hungry for a change
South Africans are yearning for a new leader in whom they can place their dwindling trust. As fate will have it, cometh the hour cometh the man, and it’s none other than
05 Apr 2018
FORMER PRESIDENTS Our presidential legacies
The demise of the Apartheid regime and the first democratic elections, which subsequently took place on 27 April 1994, saw the ANC rise to power. This was an immense victory for
29 Aug 2017
TRANSFORMATION VIA COMMUNICATION The GCIS recently launched its leading-edge app, GovChat
The GCIS recently launched its leading-edge app, GovChat, which will allow for active and direct engagement between the public and municipal representatives. While South Africa
25 Apr 2017
TOUGHER CODES AND PENALTIES Our new columnist Kelebogile Shoko investigates the implications for business following the establishment of the new B-BBEE Commission and revised Codes of Good Practice
The revised Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Codes signal a more interventionist and prescriptive approach by Government to black economic empowerment. In response,
13 Mar 2017
PRAVIN GORDHAN'S BUDGET PULLS OF A BALANCING ACT Budget Speech 2017/18 cushions the blows of a weak economy for the poor and asks the wealthy to pay more
With South African government facing a R28 billion shortfall in tax revenue collection, Budget Speech 2017/8 was never going to have much good news for consumers and business
23 Feb 2017 - R. C.
TECHNOLOGY Top ten trends
Focusing on digital government as global public sector technology spending declines in 2015.
29 Jun 2015
WOMEN Girl power
A record number of companies in SA are participating in this year's Take a Girl Child to Work Day campaign.
31 May 2015
STELLA NDABENI-ABRAHAMS Talking about communication
South Africa’s Deputy Minister of Communications, a young, vivacious go-getter, grabbed the bull by its horns to make an unbelievable difference in government and the lives of several ordinary people.
20 Oct 2014
OPINION But he lied!
One cannot help thinking that our society has lost all grip on reality when it suddenly becomes socially acceptable to tell a massive lie, writes Jenny Reid, MD of iFacts, referring to the Pallo Jordan saga.
12 Aug 2014




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