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21st May 2020 ‘My hope is that people can grow to appreciate this sector – its challenges and opportunities, but most importantly, the role agriculture can play... →
14th May 2020 An award-winning historian and journalist tells the very human story of apartheid’s afterlife, tracing the fates of South African insurgents,... →
12th May 2020 Next time you go to a conference or hire a consultant to be told, ‘We live in a VUCA [Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous] world,’ leave the... →
6th May 2020 In the past few years, so many scandals have rocked corporate South Africa that crises seem to be the norm rather than the exception. In the glare... →
16th April 2020 The first Corona book to be released in South Africa, LOCKDOWN captures the mood of our times through a tapestry of South African voices,... →
19th March 2020 South Africa’s top historian, Hermann Giliomee, investigates the manner in which, in South Africa, the Afrikaner group is unique and exceptional in... →
9th March 2020 When Jacob Zuma made spy allegations against fellow members of the ANC at the State Capture (Zondo) Commission in July 2019, political analyst... →
27th February 2020 John Matisonn, author of the critically acclaimed GOD SPIES AND LIES, Finding South Africa’s future through its past, has written a tour de force... →
13th December 2019 Qaanitah Hunter takes us into the heart of Cyril Ramaphosa’s rise to the ANC presidency, and the political balancing act he has had to maintain as... →
13th December 2019 Many remarkable people were imprisoned on Robben Island from the early 1960s until the last prisoner left in 1991. All had their individual stories... →