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SA must hold the line on Agoa

SA’s spat with the US over its poultry exports has galvanised top business people to pressure Pretoria.

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Super rich multiply as inequality gap grows

I almost jumped up and down with my clenched fist ready to punch the air when I heard that the number of black dollar millionaires in South Africa has gone up m... Read Story

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Davies off to Washington to defuse poultry spat

In a bid to avert more fallout from what has become a high-stakes game of chicken between South Africa and the US, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies plans ... Read Story

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SA must hold the line on Agoa
April 8 2015 at 04:36

SA’s spat with the US over its poultry exports has galvanised top business people to pressure Pretoria.

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Davies off to Washington to defuse poultry spat
April 2 2015 at 05:06

In a bid to avert more fallout from what has become a high-stakes game of chicken between South Africa and the US, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies plans to travel to Washington this month to finalise a deal to keep ... Read Story
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Super rich multiply as inequality gap grows
April 2 2015 at 05:03

I almost jumped up and down with my clenched fist ready to punch the air when I heard that the number of black dollar millionaires in South Africa has gone up more than 100 percent between 2007 and 2014.

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Ekurhuleni redefines itself based on the principle of social cohesion for growth
April 1 2015 at 04:46

We live in a society that demands a lot of things. It seeks recognition when recognition is not due and respect when respect is something to be earned and not demanded.

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Sense of crisis around Eskom is lacking in SA
April 1 2015 at 04:41

We are, maybe surprisingly, more bearish now on Eskom than before our trip. In particular – we still do not believe there is enough sense of crisis around Eskom from government or maybe more importantly from ordinary... 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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