Women politicians are expected to be mothers and play certain roles at work and in their communities. She says that gender is a major problem in politics. In a patriarchal world to be born a woman is wrong; it is secondary. And the ANC Women’s League is not helping the cause. Continue reading Activism: The ANCWL is out of its league
A quest to find a visual artist of Chinese descent Continue reading Mural mural on the wall, who’s the visual artist among us all
The so-called township economy is a potential gold mine and could generate prosperity and jobs from within. Thuletho Zwane investigates how communities could be the solution Continue reading The gold mine on the corner: How to grow a township business
Thuletho Zwane First published City Press The black middle class more than doubled in size from 2.2 million in 1993 to 5.4 million in 2008. But does it produce a better educated and trained workforce and factors that are essential ingredients for economic development and growth? Teboho Maluleka* ‘s alarm clock rings every morning at 6am; and at 3am when he is on deadline. This … Continue reading South Africa’s black middle class more than doubled but the struggle continues
There has been some criticism of the current REIPP procurement programme most of which is centered around the lack of black participation and the full cost of transitioning from fossil fuels to renewables Continue reading Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Programme: who benefits?
Former president of Ghana, John Dramadi Mahama: There has been three industrial revolutions [in the world]. Africa has missed a lot. Continue reading African countries want to accelerate the 4th industrial revolution, what about the first three?
African countries have come to realise that the answer to unemployment is no longer foreign direct investments (FDIs) or large industrial projects but SMMEs Continue reading Youth unemployment, industrialisation and jobs of the future