By Kevin Lings and Vaughan Henkel In today’s interconnected, fast-changing world, you need deep investment insights to make the connections between many seemingly unconnected factors. Kevin Lings and Vaughan Henkel takes a look at a range of factors to help you make better investment decisions in 2017. Since 2009 investors have witnessed one of the… Read More 2017: where to for investors?
By Lynn Grala She describes herself as strong-willed, focused and extroverted. Lynn Grala tells us about Leigh-Ann Bezuidenhout great job and fantastic life in Bermuda and running the New York Half Marathon to raise money for J A Ncaca Primary School in Cradock. Bermuda not only lured Leigh-Ann Bezuidenhout with its pink sandy beaches and crystal-clear… Read More Living life island style
By Frank Kilbourn South African art has enjoyed very high media exposure in recent years with record prices being achieved for a number of our acclaimed artists. This begs the question: is this the time when one should be buying South African art? A positive answer would require three pre-conditions to be met: South African… Read More Why buy art?
By Johnathan Dillon South Africa’s basic education system is in desperate need of an overhaul, and two important aspects of a successfully revamped education system are a student-centred focus and passionate teachers. Few South Africans would deny that our basic education system is in a crisis. The quality of our education system, especially maths and… Read More Fixing a schooling system in crisis
By Lynn Grala Just eight years ago, along with three million other Zimbabweans, today’s high-flying yet humble entrepreneur, Mose Kutadzaushe, fled his motherland in desperate search of a financial oasis. Disillusioned by the hopeless economic situation of Zimbabwe and by medical insurance companies that defaulted on payments to hospitals, leaving his sick father and many… Read More The relentless entrepreneur
By Paul Plummer If you provide under-35s with a purpose and allow them to explore exponentially, you may find your organisation of tomorrow, today. 35 is not just your ordinary kind of number. In under 35 years you could make a difference in the business world that will land you being showcased as the prodigy… Read More Things under 35