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04 MAY 2021

The future of women at work

Prof Anita Bosch, Research Chair: Women at Work at the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB), was recently invited to participate at a round table on the future of women at work.
04 APRIL 2021

COVID-19 could set gender equity back by half a decade

Countries must take stock of the setbacks working women have suffered over the COVID-19 pandemic, and imagine new ways forward.
03 APRIL 2021

Social justice in SA is a business responsibility

Prof Kurt April, Chair of the Allan Gray Centre for Values Based Leadership at the UCT GSB was in conversation with Busisiwe Mavuso, CEO at Business Leadership SA, at the first of the quarterly Allan Gray Speaker Series events in March.
02 MARCH 2021

Can business leaders remake the world?

The thinking that has informed business leadership will not see us through the present challenges we face. To remake the world we need to recognise the deficiencies in leadership we experience and change how we train future leaders.
25 FEBRUARY 2021

Making business healthier for an inclusive society

2021. Review, Reset, Reimagine: Learning from the past as we shape a more humane future enabled by extraordinary technological advances.
01 FEBRUARY 2021

What kind of pants are you wearing?

We often use the expression, "It’s time to put your big boy/big girl pants on," when telling someone that they need to start acting in a mature, adult way.
29 OCTOBER 2020

Do wealthy people deserve to be rich?

The public perception of wealth influences how policy makers address the problem of economic inequality.
04 AUGUST 2020

Just a little kindness

Kindness seems to be in the air at the moment. We all sense that kindness is good, but at this critical juncture in our national life, is there justification for seeing kind acts as a way to help turn around conflicted societies like ours?
04 AUGUST 2020

SA higher education doesn’t work

The numbers tell the story: of every 100 SA learners, 60 will sit their matric exams, 37 will pass, 12 will go to university, and only six will complete their undergraduate studies within six years.
29 JUNE 2020

We are naked together

This world – the real world – is not a show. People are not their roles. We are no longer simply characters in whatever theater we happen to play in.