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The social development crisis in the Western Cape


 

The plight of the homeless in our communities was recently highlighted when ridiculous fines were meted out against them for sleeping on side walks and in public areas. These people are often invisible to the majority of us. According to statistics from the Street People’s Forum, there are almost 8000 homeless people living in the […]

Our response to gang violence must be multi-pronged


 

On 11 July 2019, Western Cape Premier Alan Winde, released a statement announcing that President Cyril Ramaphosa authorized the deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) to the worst affected crime areas in the province. The announcement was largely met with triumph following extended cries by community activists that the military be deployed […]

Tourism in South Africa can be better


 

I read with great interest the opinion piece by Busani Ngcaweni in the Business Day of 9 July 2019.  In it, Ngcaweni quite rightly recognises tourism as a key economic grower and employment driver.  However, it is clear that the Department of Tourism is talking the talk but is not walking the walk. Statistics do not lie. The reality is […]

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Women in ICT

Women's Month in South Africa occurs in August as a tribute to the more than 20 000 brave women who marched to the Union Buildings on...

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Women in ICT

Women's Month in South Africa occurs in August as a tribute to the more than 20 000 brave women who marched to the Union Buildings on...

ECONOMICS

Women in ICT

Women's Month in South Africa occurs in August as a tribute to the more than 20 000 brave women who marched to the Union Buildings on...