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Article Published in The Conversation on 15 June 2020 Authors: Mzukisi Qobo and Mjumo Mzyece  The unfolding US-China power rivalry bears a striking resemblance to the tensions between the US and the Soviet bloc during the Cold War years. Back then, African...
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Article Published in Daily Maverick on 14 May 2020 Author: Mzukisi Qobo   South Africa is at a crossroads. In a time of crisis, there can never be a flawless plan, but a sense of responsibility and grace in the...
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Article published in Fin24 on 24 April 2020 Authors: Wandile Sihlobo, Mzukisi Qobo and Isaah Mhlanga   Agriculture is a dominant economic activity across Sub-Saharan Africa, except for a few resource-rich economies, such as South Africa, Botswana and Angola. Yet...
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Article Published in Daily Maverick on 23 April 2020 Authors: Mills Soko and Mzukisi Qobo    (File Photo: Gallo Images / Rapport / Deon Raath) Less   South Africa has a better chance to correct the missed opportunities for economic...
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Article published in The World Financial Review on 07 April 2020 Authors: Mills Soko and Mzukisi Qobo   Global Context The coronavirus global pandemic has caused significant harm to the global economy.  With two-thirds of the world’s population located in...
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Article Published in Business Day on 16 March 2020 Authors: Mills Soko and Mzukisi Qobo   The world needs multilateral processes to take on the coronavirus; in SA the government must seize the chance to innovate   Graphic: DOROTHY KGOSI...
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Article Published in Business Day on 02 March 2020 at 15:12 The idea of a sovereign wealth fund made its way into popular discourse in 2012 after the ANC Youth League (ANCYL), then led by Julius Malema (now leader of...
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Article Published in Daily Maverick on 03 February 2020 One of the obstacles to finding the right pathways for change is that the current political arrangement in South Africa evinces a façade of reformism, which insulates it against the public...
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 City of Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba during an interview on September 14, 2017 in Braamfontein, South Africa. (Photo by Gallo Images / Sunday Times / Simphiwe Nkwali)  Less 151 Reactions Herman Mashaba is likely to give the DA more trouble...
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When businesses take ethics seriously and they are positively engaged in society, they are in a stronger position to have the ear of government and other key stakeholders. Society expects businesses to be more responsive to social challenges. In recent...
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