1. When leaders get away with unethical, corrupt and tyrannical behaviour, democracies become precarious.

  2. What Makes a High-Performing CEO?

    Consider this red flag: according to the Conference Board (a global, independent business membership and research association), approximately 25% of CEO departures in Fortune 500 corporations from the year 2000 to 2013 were involuntary.

  3. ADC business partners benefits from MBA Service Learning Programme

    The MBA class for 2017 from the Rhodes Business School, visited the Assumption Development Centre (ADC) as part of the Service Learning Program. The service learning program is a process with 3 phases done at Joza.

  4. Why smallholder farmer hubs help get to the roots of food security

    Spar Group and the Dutch government are building three fresh-produce points in rural areas

  5. Brilliant Trade Law Initiative By Students For Students

    From the 6th – 11th June this year, four teams of international trade law students from African universities will be going to Geneva to compete in the final round of the European Law Students’ Association’s (ELSA) international trade law moot court oral competition. 

  6. SA’s entrepreneur ecosystem needs sweeping overhaul

    Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is repeating the threadbare mantra of creating more jobs, boosting entrepreneurship and growing SA’s economy, which has grown just 1% a year in real per-capita terms over the past 25 years.

  7. Experiments in living democracy

    Democracy in an era of global connectivity needs to include the associated innovations, such as ‘democracy software’ developed to include more people in decision-making, whether in politics, organisations, businesses or the corporate environment.

  8. From Magersfontein to Westminster

    My Dad was a history teacher and a blue blooded Brit. Up to his dying day he would stand to attention if he just heard the band strike up with ‘God save the Queen.’