The Geneva-based International Bridges to Justice announced the appointment of Sekunjalo Group chairman Dr Iqbal Survé to its global advisory board.
The 'other Davos' is geared towards changing the lives of the poor.
When looking back on Davos, it’s always easy to only think of the speeches and interview sessions as the most important parts.
The City of eThekwini will from May 3 to 5 host the African leg of the World Economic Forum.
Whilst Trump will be busy building a wall, China is building alliances with more countries across the world, writes David Monyae.
Open markets and global trade have been blamed for job losses over the last decade, but global CEOs say the real culprits are machines
Gender inequality is not conducive to good inclusive economic growth, says IMF.
The annual WEF Meeting is a platform for leaders in politics and business to debate and chart the way forward on global matters,
South Africa is hard at work and is open for business, is the Deputy President's message at Davos.
South Africa can benefit from the turf war being played out at #WEF2017 between China and – in abstention – the US, writes Nicola Mawson.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa said the message the SA delegation carried to the international investment community had been very well received.
Few people are more eager for Donald Trump's arrival in the White House than those who do business in Russia.
Business leaders at the WEF Annual Meeting agree there is an urgent need to restore the compact between business and society.
All sectors in SA need to pull in the same direction if the country is to attract investment which could break the back of unemployment.
Events such as the US elections and the Brexit referendum had created negative narratives led to uncertainty in many parts of the world.