Mandela fixed SA, can his example show us the way now?
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by Jeremy Maggs
20h ago
‘There is this myth that Madiba came out of prison without bitterness, but he carried a deep well of woundedness. What he found to do was to channel his anger in constructive ways’: Verne Harris of the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Moneyweb's FixSA podcast ..read more
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Unleashing creativity in classrooms to help fix SA
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by Jeremy Maggs
1M ago
It’s about teachers teaching in a way that the content ‘comes to life and really engages students’ – Taddy Blecher, Maharishi Invincibility Institute. Moneyweb's FixSA podcast ..read more
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Focus and fortitude needed to fix SA post-election
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by Jeremy Maggs
1M ago
Professor Adrian Saville of GIBS says he is done with being ‘resilient’ in SA and pleads, ‘Can we get on with repair?’ Moneyweb's FixSA podcast ..read more
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Corruption ultimately makes the poor pay' - Andy Mothibi
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by Jeremy Maggs
2M ago
The head of the Special Investigating Unit shines a light on the importance of fighting corruption and fixing South Africa, with a particular focus on whistleblowing. Moneyweb's FixSA podcast ..read more
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The health of SA matters
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by Jeremy Maggs
2M ago
Self-mastery is the reset button that puts you back in control of your life and helps you make healthy choices in both your personal and business life. It’s also a useful philosophy for fixing South Africa, says Alistair Mokoena, head of Google SA. Moneyweb's FixSA podcast ..read more
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Truth, power and fixing the country
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by Jeremy Maggs
3M ago
Athol Williams is a whistleblower, has seven university degrees, and wants to see South Africa move from the era of the bully to the era of the brave. It’s about speaking truth to power – but what does this really mean, how do we do it, and if we do more of it, can we fix the country? Moneyweb's FixSA podcast ..read more
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AI and its role in the big fix
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by Jeremy Maggs
3M ago
Futurist Lavina Ramkissoon is a technology creator with expertise in psychology, technology and economics and their applications into AI, blockchain, emerging tech, ethics and data. Her philosophy is humanising technology and actively serving as a growth enabler for talent. On the latest edition of FixSA she explores the power of AI and its ability to solve problems in both the public and private sectors. Moneyweb's FixSA podcast ..read more
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‘Lighting a fire under people's bums’ is what’s needed in SA
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by Jeremy Maggs
4M ago
People should not be getting bonuses just for breathing. The point is to get onto a path of continuous improvement and learning that creates hope and dynamism and delivers a psychological boost: Dr Miriam Altman. Moneyweb's FixSA podcast ..read more
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Here’s how our universities can do more for the economy
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by Jeremy Maggs
4M ago
Is university still only for the very poor and very rich? Rhodes Vice-chancellor Professor Sizwe Mabizela updates his take on this, stresses the need to get learners excited about maths and science, and gets to the heart of private sector reticence about investing in university-level research. Moneyweb's FixSA podcast ..read more
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To fix SA we need leaders who aren’t just in it for themselves
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by Jeremy Maggs
5M ago
‘Look at everything we inherited – how did we let that die in our hands?’: business leader and Chancellor of the University of the Free State Bonang Mohale. Moneyweb's FixSA podcast ..read more
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