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Capturing the country’s rich legacy of leadership legacy

For the past 15 to 20 years we have been on a mission critical adventure – working with and interviewing top leaders in South Africa specifically, but oft... Read Story

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Getting to know the stuff South Africa’s leaders are made of

It was back in 2010 when Adriaan and I first mooted the idea of doing something unique to foster a national conversation on leadership. Wherever we looked, it s... Read Story

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Top CEOs ‘reaped billions from stock gains’

CEOs at large American companies collectively realised at least $6bn more in compensation than initially estimated in annual disclosures in the five years after... Read Story

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Getting to know the stuff South Africa’s leaders are made of
March 27 2015 at 04:44

It was back in 2010 when Adriaan and I first mooted the idea of doing something unique to foster a national conversation on leadership. Wherever we looked, it seemed as if every aspect of leadership had become an after-tho... Read Story
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Capturing the country’s rich legacy of leadership legacy
March 27 2015 at 04:43

For the past 15 to 20 years we have been on a mission critical adventure – working with and interviewing top leaders in South Africa specifically, but often beyond our borders as well.

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Top CEOs ‘reaped billions from stock gains’
March 25 2015 at 12:32

CEOs at large American companies collectively realised at least $6bn more in compensation than initially estimated in annual disclosures in the five years after the financial crisis first hit, according to a Reuters analys... Read Story
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High achiever’s exit a transformation issue
March 25 2015 at 04:38

Leslie Maasdorp is an affable guy. He exudes confidence. What is also most noticeable about him is that he embodies a rare commodity in the South African landscape.

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More women in charge means bigger profits
March 24 2015 at 12:02

Evidence is growing that gender equity is not just politically correct window-dressing, but good business, writes Danica Kirka.

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‘We need more women as bosses’
March 9 2015 at 11:38

There’s growing evidence to suggest that having women in senior roles leads to better performance, writes David Prosser.

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Road to SA’s radical economic transformation is far and elusive
February 25 2015 at 04:40

At the outset, let me hasten to point out that the journey I am about to undertake through this opinion piece is aimed at outlining the rationale for radical economic transformation.

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There is no win with a divestment strategy
February 19 2015 at 04:41

The call for divestment from fossil fuel extractors could soon be over. Although short of their original goals, the demise of the campaign may create a better and more lasting outcome than any of the protesters could have ... Read Story
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Corruption takes us on the road to nowhere
February 17 2015 at 04:55

“How could SA National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) not know that their projects were overpriced? They must have been in cahoots with the construction firms!” This is the refrain we often hear when the issue o... Read Story
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No rush to raise rates - Kganyago
January 29 2015 at 04:31

SARB weighs whether the slide in crude oil prices will be enough to spur a broader decline in inflation.

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