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05 NOVEMBER 2019

Gender-based violence must be on the agenda 365 days a year

The protests around gender-based violence that took place parallel to the World Economic Forum on Africa in Cape Town had a powerful impact. Now activists and advocates for social justice must build on this momentum.
05 NOVEMBER 2019

Climate change action starts with each one of us

Climate change is a global emergency and citizens must play a bigger role in addressing it.
02 OCTOBER 2019

Xenophobic crisis in SA is crippling for African business

The recurring xenophobic crisis in South Africa is crippling for African business. In this interview, CAMM Fellow and Chief Executive of the SA-Nigeria Business Chamber, Dianna Games, shares insights around the opportunities and challenges
02 OCTOBER 2019

The economy is not the biggest of our concerns in SA

South Africans appear more divided than ever. To become a great, and united, nation we urgently need to reimagine a way to build our people - and this must be about more than jobs and GDP.
02 OCTOBER 2019

Corporate SA, here is how to fight gender-based violence

It’s time to acknowledge that violence against women is not just a social issue, it’s also an economic one, and SA’s corporate and financial institutions have the tools to address it.
29 JUNE 2019

Heads-up to HR - SA youth seek and have fluid identities

South African born-frees are caught in a tug-of-war between a yearned-for universalist non-racial identity and the rigid racial categories of South African society. What does this mean for the South African workplace?
03 JUNE 2019

Banking on a better educated future

The Economist’s most recently published Pocket World in Figures report confirms that South Africa has the highest youth unemployment rate of any other country in the world.
02 APRIL 2019

Personal potential, a source of power

Problems of violence, drugs and gangsterism in places like Mitchell’s Plain are symptoms of a much deeper problem that could be addressed through creative processes that help young people tap into a deeper source of fulfilment.
02 APRIL 2019

Imagine a world without serious hunger

This isn’t a fairy-tale – believe it or not, there is currently enough food in the world to feed everyone. And yet, every day, people go hungry.
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.


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