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Rhodes Business School

Telephone: +27 46 603-8612/7
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Postal Address: P.O. Box 94, Grahamstown, 6140, South Africa
Latest News
03 NOVEMBER 2018

South Africa’s jobs summit failed to tackle the hard issues

Anchored by the country’s President Cyril Ramaphosa in his new broom sweeps clean posture, the recently held Job Summit promised a lot but delivered very little substance. Click here to read further.
10 OCTOBER 2018

Moral panic on land reform blocks the path to inclusiveness

Differing degrees of moral panic are being flashed in the mainstream and social media on the impact of expropriation without compensation. Click here to read further.
28 JULY 2018

African farmers tap into a rich store of success stories

Anna Phosa is the only black female commercial pig farmer in SA. She hails from Soweto and started Dreamland Piggery & Abattoir in Vanderbijlpark in the Vaal in 2004 after buying four piglets. Click here to read further.
03 APRIL 2018

Matthew Lester – A tribute by a friend and colleague

Matthew Lester passed away, after a short illness, on the 12th March 2018 at the age of 56. Educated at St Johns, Rhodes University and Wits University, he was one of South Africa’s foremost tax experts. Click here to read further.
06 MARCH 2018

Budget speech: No more than a patch up job

The question remains; has the government addressed the real reasons why the country has been limping along. Click here to read further.
07 FEBRUARY 2018

What does Ramaphosa’s victory mean for SA’s economy?

A great deal is expected from Cyril Ramaphosa who was elected as the president of South Africa’s governing party, the African National Congress (ANC). Click here to read further.
05 FEBRUARY 2018

Tax forecasts for 2018

No matter who is President, Minister of Finance or SARS Commissioner, the National numbers will be the same at the national budget speech on 21 February 2018. A complete disaster! Click here to read further.
05 FEBRUARY 2018

Tax forecasts for 2018

No matter who is President, Minister of Finance or SARS Commissioner, the National numbers will be the same at the national budget speech on 21 February 2018. A complete disaster! Click here to read further.
05 DECEMBER 2017

SA's finance minister fails to come up with the goods

Given the gloomy political and economic environment in South Africa, a great deal was expected from Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s first budgetary statement. Click here to read further.
03 OCTOBER 2017

If bribery is coded into our biology, what do we do?

Global bribery and corruption is so massive that it operates as a parallel economy. Click here to read further.
29 JUNE 2017

What makes a high-performing CEO?

Approximately 25% of CEO departures in Fortune 500 corporations from the year 2000 to 2013 were involuntary. Why? Click here to read further.
29 JUNE 2017

What makes a high-performing CEO?

Approximately 25% of CEO departures in Fortune 500 corporations from the year 2000 to 2013 were involuntary. Why? Click here to read further.
02 MAY 2017

SA’s entrepreneur ecosystem needs sweeping overhaul

SA is not even out of the starting blocks of what could be achieved in the country. If the conditions for entrepreneurship were improved just 10%, another $176bn could be added to the economy - almost half of its current worth. Click here to read further.
03 APRIL 2017

How governance failures messed up SA’s passenger rail agency

The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa is going through serious turbulence that’s symptomatic of broad corporate governance failures within the country’s state owned enterprises. Click here to read further.
06 FEBRUARY 2017

Ford South Africa reacted badly in a crisis

The Ford Kuga case adds to a growing list of similar experiences in the auto industry which seems incapable of learning from its own history. Click here to read further.
06 FEBRUARY 2017

Ford South Africa reacted badly in a crisis

The Ford Kuga case adds to a growing list of similar experiences in the auto industry which seems incapable of learning from its own history. Click here to read further.
06 DECEMBER 2016

Leadership: How attuned are you?

Leaders are not just born to the role. They are born, then made – and sometimes – unmade – by their own actions. Click here to read further.
01 NOVEMBER 2016

Pravin Gordhan: Cry Havoc! And let slip the dogs of war!

In spite of the charges being dropped on Gordhan there are many of his colleagues who want him gone forever. No matter what he has achieved for SA. No matter what the consequences. Click here to read further.
01 NOVEMBER 2016

All stakeholders in higher education must act in good faith

The duty to act in good faith is not a soft concept. It is the foundation of effective, ethical leadership. Click here to read further.
03 OCTOBER 2016

Education needs a sustainable funding model

SA should prioritise education right now and give it all the commitment, input, expertise and finances it needs. It includes all education - early childhood development, primary, secondary school and higher education. Click here to read further.


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