Bold move to bring peace in Africa

By Kuhle Mkize (This is an update and edited version of the our post published on 12 August) In a bold move to find ways of how peace can be brought to last in war-torn areas on the African continent Continue reading

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Photos from the Women Advocating Peace – 11 August 2014

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Women Advocating Peace

This Article has been update and edited and the new version can be found here Peace in Africa is an emotive issue that affects everyone living in the continent. In pursuit of means of how women can contribute to peace; Continue reading

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Nigeria conference

News Release, Media Accreditation Opens for First World Economic Forum on Africa in Nigeria Maxwell Hall, Senior Media Manager, World Economic Forum, Tel.: +41 (0)79 329 3500; E-mail: maxwell.hall@weforum.org The 24th World Economic Forum on Africa will be held in Continue reading

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Future technologies

The following article first appeared on the World Economic Forum website. Industry Agenda: Top 10 Emerging Technologies 2014, From the Global Agenda Council on Emerging Technologies. Context and Objectives – Technology has become perhaps the greatest agent of change in Continue reading

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Warning

National Lotteries Board Newsletter to Stakeholders: February 21, 2014 WARNING: No Fees For Lottery Applications & Workshops – Pretoria, 21 February 2014. The CEO of the National Lotteries Board (NLB), Mrs Charlotte Mampane has issued a caution to NGOs across Continue reading

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Entrepreneurship

The five myths that are hurting entrepreneurship: By Krisztina “Z” Holly. This article first appeared on the World Economic Forum blog on 20 November 2013 – Studies linking entrepreneurship to job creation, not to mention the recent stock-market debuts of Continue reading

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Africa’s natural resources

Rich countries, poor people: will Africa’s commodity boom benefit the poor? By Anand Rajaram This article first appeared on World Bank’s Africa Can Reduce Poverty blog on 12 November 2013 – Travelling across Africa these days you are likely to Continue reading

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Global inequality

Inequality, instability and weak global governance lead to pessimism, leaders warn – By Oliver Cann. The article first appeared on the World Economic Forum website on 28 November 2013. The sixth Summit on the Global Agenda in Abu Dhabi ends Continue reading

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Labour news

The duty to tell on a fellow employee By Jan Truter. The article is republished here (and slightly edited) with permission from Sanlam – The employee’s duty to demonstrate good faith is one of the cornerstones of the employment relationship. Continue reading

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