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Empathy, economic growth and redistribution key to overcoming racial tensions

The most obvious factor stoking racial tension in South Africa is structural socio-economic inequality, which is heavily, though not exclusively, influenced by race. This is according to Dr Gavin Andersson, a prominent scholar in the field of race relations. Andersson, a former trade unionist and Managing Director of local NGO the Seriti Institute, was responding […]

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Gender diversity in management – no cookie-cutter solution

Gender diversity is improving at management levels – but very slowly. Could the answer lie in a more sector-specific approach to the problem? An industry-specific breakdown of gender inequality may provide insight into why women still remain vastly underrepresented at senior management level, management analysts say. Despite strides being made in greater representation of women […]

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