Climate change activist, Ayakha Melithafa has confirmed that she will represent South Africa and attend the World Economic Forum in Davos.
President Cyril Ramaphosa stressed the importance of eradicating corruption and making it easier to do business in attracting foreign investment.
South Africa’s Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has championed access to broadband internet as imperative to developmental growth.
“Hands off the Reserve Bank” – says Ramaphosa ahead of the repo rate announcement.
If you dance with the devil, you’re going to get yourself in trouble
The World Economic Forum is going to need the heating on full blast
The annual World Economic Forum (WEF) extravaganza got underway last week as 700 private jets whizzed into the Swiss Alpine resort of Davos. This is a gathering where the heads of immensely rich corporations wine, dine, bribe and bully various power brokers and wannabe tycoons to do their bidding and to adopt policies that suit the corporate world.
It is impossible not to have strong views when it comes to the debate on Africa’s rise: despite solid economic growth and progress in poverty alleviation, people’s views on the region’s outlook remain stubbornly polarised.
The World Economic Forum has released a report on the state of the gender gap around the globe. Let’s take a look at where a millenial South Africa stands
A report published by the World Economic Forum (WEF) has ranked the quality of South Africa’s maths and science education last out of 148 countries. But is the ranking an accurate reflection of the state of schooling in the country?
Fortified food e’Pap is a finalist for a global social innovation award, acknowledging the benefits that this remarkable, homegrown foodstuff has for nutrition.