The government’s response to the country’s 2020 economic crisis was a huge let-down, particularly as it failed to focus on empowerment, reports Duma Gqubule.
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.
Of all the issues that swayed voters during South Africa’s 2019 general elections, none was as polarising as the issue of land, writes Jermaine Craig.
Government terminology and policy has moved from Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) to Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment (B-bBEE) over the years, but just how broad is the base of beneficiaries?
Radical economic transformation has become one of the most loaded terms when addressing an inclusive South African economy. Babalwa Shota reports on how we are pushing the agenda when it comes to managing urban spaces.