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04 MAY 2021

Is SA running out of time to fix its society and economy?

To unlock our future, we must invest in our people – and fast – to build a new culture of innovation, proactiveness, and risk-taking.
02 APRIL 2021

Is there a way to make capitalism fairer?

Esther Duflo and Abhijit Banerjee discuss potential ways forward, in conversation with LBS’s Elias Papaioannou.
26 NOVEMBER 2020

Covid-19: Dire consequences for Africa and Latin America

The pandemic has exposed the fragile economic resilience and slow recovery of Africa and Latin America compared to other regions around the world.
30 OCTOBER 2020

An alternative economic strategy for South Africa

An alternative economic strategy for South Africa, proposed by Dr Nthabiseng Moleko and Prof Mark Swilling could see GDP doubling in 10 years, 10-million people moving out of poverty, and unemployment cut by two-thirds to 12% by 2030.
30 OCTOBER 2020

Which curve to flatten: Coronavirus vs economic growth?

As we learn to co-exist with Covid-19, we are better placed to evaluate the actions taken by governments to combat the spread of the virus and assess the economic trade-offs.
29 JUNE 2020

Beyond the doomsday machine

Re-imagining economic policies and practice in a post-Covid world.
29 JUNE 2020

SA is paying dearly for yesterday’s mistakes

It is clear from the latest budget statement that, apart from Covid-19, the SA of today is paying dearly for yesterday’s mistakes.
30 MAY 2020

Is COVID-19 Africa’s economic curse or cure?

African business experts converse about COVID-19 and its impact on Africa’s economy.
30 MAY 2020

Rebuilding SA’s economy with a focus on agility & education

There’s one question that few are asking; what kind of economy is it that we want?
30 MAY 2020

Covid-19: A springboard or tripwire in Africa’s progress?

Covid-19 has compressed mega trends. The outcome of the pandemic and the ensuing crisis is uncertain for developing countries, especially those with relatively weak institutions and higher risks.