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Latest Features
05 FEBRUARY 2019

Beyond state capture

We need a new politics, and a new economy to go with it.
04 DECEMBER 2018

Let the scales fall from our eyes so we can see clearly

South Africa has always been defined by its prejudice – it’s perfectly understandable given the centuries of colonisation and then the decades of legislated segregation known as apartheid.
06 NOVEMBER 2018

How we can all resist state capture

The greatest issue is that state capture has not just been government’s doing. It was the work of individuals aided and abetted by corporates.
06 JUNE 2017

Future depends on transformation of public & private sectors

For all South Africans to prosper, we need an enabling environment where the public and private sectors work together for greater good.
03 MAY 2017

Leaders for a future world

Stafford Masie, Joseph Gerassi and John Vlismas discuss creative ways to grow leaders that can take our country into the future.
03 MAY 2017

How to find your leader’s heart

Dean of Henley Business School Africa, Jon Foster-Pedley, outlines seven steps to develop a leader’s heart.
07 FEBRUARY 2017

Are we suppressing creativity in our education system?

It is a fact that people have talent, but are educators growing these talents? Current teaching tends to only reward perfection or near perfection, based on students getting distinctions.
05 OCTOBER 2016

Retaining MBA graduates

An ongoing survey by Henley Business School Africa has revealed that just over 50% our MBA students who completed their studies from 2011 onwards were still employed at the same company.
07 SEPTEMBER 2016

Africa needs young entrepreneurs not job seekers

Although Africa has highs and lows economically and politically, the long-term trend is upwards. Whilst there is volatility, the underlying drivers are upwards and strong.
07 JUNE 2016

Make reality your friend

Many are the pathologies of the human mind and one of the greatest of these is its capacity for self-deception, be it via blithe optimism, stark denial or sour cynicism. Of these, optimism and denial are perhaps the deadliest.


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