The World Economic Forum (WEF) on Africa 2019 is currently taking place in Cape Town. During this three-day event, our most senior politicians will be out in full force to convince the international community South Africa remains investable.
They'll discuss lofty matters such as the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR), sustainability, digitalisation and stability. And, if history is any indication... ››› more
As candidates prepare to attend the World Economic Forum this week in Switzerland, Oxfam has published a report that highlights the shocking inequalities amongst the distribution of wealth across the globe.
The gap between the worlds' richest and poorest is growing - at a quickening rate.
Let's take a closer look at what the report shows…
The world’s richest people are getting rich... ››› more
Speak to most South Africans about countries like Haiti, Lesotho, and Zimbabwe, and they'll tell you these are some back-water countries with hardly any form of government or viable economy.
Well the scary thing is, every one of these countries - along with 144 others - ranked ahead of South Africa when it comes to math and science education.
That's right. South Africa ranks last out of the ... ››› more
It's not just Justin Bieber and Bon Jovi drawing the crowds in Cape Town this week. This year's World Economic Forum is currently underway in the city. The theme this year is ‘delivering on Africa's promise'. Here's how the world plans to do so, and why you need to sit up and take notice!
This year’s World Economic Forum (WEF) is being touted as "Africa's Davos," because the event wi... ››› more
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