It is an honor to be closely involved when it comes to decision making where Corporate Social Investment is concerned. Fortunately, eNitiate is one of the organizations that are very passionate about empowering young black people. Socially (Corporate Social Investment) is not just another department or division of work the company does, but it’s very…Read More
Constitutional Court caseload has more than tripled in the 22 years since its establishment. Good or bad?
An article by William Gumede in the Sunday Times of yesterday titled "Zuma has been so bad, he has in some ways actually been good" and the recently reported incident where Chief Justice Mogoeng apparently displayed public displeasure at his fellow Constitutional Court judges' majority ruling related to National Assembly's failure to hold President Zuma to account…Read More
Bitcoin is the largest social-economic experiment conducted in the world and is a digital currency which has no value with a fixed maximum supply of coins released changing the value from nothing to something. The difference between bitcoin and the bank system is that banks can be manipulated by governments/bankers while with cryptocurrencies it is…Read More
Did you know, more than 800 million people, universally use Instagram to view videos, share pictures as well as promote their business? Instagram is a platform that generally has the most engagement stats. If you have more engagement on Facebook, it is likely because you have more “friends” on Facebook, and less followers on Instagram. If…Read More
Well, almost. Let me start with a declaration that will be supported by stats later in this blog post. One thing many South Africans can agree on is that public perception related to the African National Congress (ANC), which was already at an all-time low going into the 54th ANC Elective Conference given the ruling party's bad…Read More
The 54th ANC Presidential Elective Conference, which takes place every 5 years and is currently in session at Nasrec - southwest of Gauteng Province, South Africa - until the 20th of December, is arguably the first about which the majority of the country has expressed strong public sentiment. While the 4 700 or so card-carrying…Read More