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Leading through change

Leading through change image Last week I wrote about “weathering the storm” and that was a first bite at the interesting topic of leading in challenging times. I gathered enough information to write a second blog on the same issue. Is it not wonderful that notwithstanding the challenging and volatile times that a lot of practioners and authors are […]

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Weathering the storm

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imp source I live in South Africa, where in the last year or so there have been profound levels of change and uncertainty. Looking into the future, there is an increasing amount of anxiety around dinner tables and people asking what has now become the familiar question “What is going to happen?” I sometimes wish that I […]

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Celebrating Women’s Efforts

international womens day On the 8th of March 2017 we will be celebrating international women’s day (IWD) across the world.  On this day hundreds of organisations celebrate and recognise women’s efforts through a myriad of events.  The colour for this year is purple which symbolises dignity and justice. The 2017 celebrations are held under the theme  “Be bold […]

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The real importance of transformation


South Africa cannot afford to forsake or lose sight of the transformation project, Leago Group’s Chairman, Thabo Owen Mokwena, told Karen Kühlcke in an exclusive interview. The Director of the Centre for Public Entities (CPE) and owner of Leago Group, Thabo Owen Mokwena, is passionate about supporting economic transformation. He believes that transformation has been […]

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10 Questions with Dr Hangwelani Hope Magidimisha


Dr Hangwelani Hope Magidimisha, was a former researcher at the HSRC and is the first black woman to be awarded a Doctorate in Town Planning at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Dr Magidimisha grew up in Ngudza village (Venda, Limpopo) and completed her undergrad at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Her Master’s thesis looked at spatial planning […]

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