Successful implementation of the government’s broadband strategy is dependent on infrastructure, a mixed technology approach and education, writes Trevor Crighton.
We cannot hope to revive the country’s economy if we don’t first examine and fix social injustice, writes Bonang Mohale.
South Africa needs to apply a robust gender lens to its policy framework, writes Tasneem Fredericks, deputy president of the Black Management Forum.
Systems, infrastructure, maintenance, and data are the lynchpins of effective digital transformation and service delivery, writes Tersia Booyzen.
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Against the backdrop of COVID-19, effective public-private partnerships have become more critical than ever before, writes Dale Hes.
A change in thinking is needed to make empowerment more than just a box-ticking exercise. Jermaine Craig reports.
With South Africa’s economy heading towards its worst depression in more than a century, the COVID-19 economic crisis has presented the opportunity for a new social compact, reports Duma Gqubule.
In this time of uncertainty and hardship, it’s encouraging to know that many organisations and individuals are going above and beyond to help those in distress, writes Keith Bain.
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the normal functioning of local municipalities in a drastic way, reports Dale Hes.
The current crisis is affecting all organisations irrespective of size, sector or country of operation.
What must government and civil society do to tackle the major imbalances women still face in the workplace? Thando Pato speaks to a few female executives about the issues and possible solutions.
How do South African state-owned enterprises stack up against those in other countries and what are the issues surrounding them? Caiphus Kgosana investigates.
The Auditor-General’s review of state-owned enterprises has provided a glimpse of the enormity of the challenge facing the Public Enterprises Ministry and financial services institutions in turning around the dire situation caused by a combination of corruption and ineptitude, reports Jermaine Craig.
Local government is the coalface of service delivery — but are cities fit for purpose to drive service delivery to meet the Sustainable Development Goals? Mpho Lukoto finds out.
The slowdown in B-bBEE deals due to a poor economy and regulatory policies has led to empowerment fatigue and a paucity of funding, writes Duma Gqubule.
The only way for modern cities to effectively handle climate change is through programmes to build resilience. Rodney Weidemann reports.