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The New Normal

The New Normal is upon us. Nobody quite knows how it will affect business going forward except that it certainly will. Where the business of a company allows for staff to work from home, forward thinking companies are going to embrace the management challenges and collect on the savings the New Normal has to offer….

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2021 – Prediction

2018 and 2019 can best be described as the years where government and several organs of state saw a turnaround strategy be implemented to reverse some of the ravages caused by the incompetent and corrupt rule of Jacob Zuma. Ramaphosa immediately fired 10 ministers and three deputy ministers including Bongani Bongo (later arrested, twice on…

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Noise – Best to ignore

Is it not strange that all too often we listen to a coworker, journalist or a politician who makes a load of noise about one thing or another? There is a distinct difference between a person who is speaking sense and has an intelligent point to make, as apposed the empty vessel that simply bellows…

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The Corrupted – Stupid decisions

In post Zuma South Africa, we have been exposed to how extensive corruption has spread to all spheres of government. President Ramaphosa has long been venting his desire to have corruption rooted out of government and perpetrators arrested and charged. Now amid Covid 19 he has lamented about how the perpetrators of state capture, including…

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When a Corrupt Economy Changes

In the previous two articles I explained how an economy can eventually totally collapse when corrupt politicians are at the helm. But is there any cause for optimism? Can countries shrug off corruption and recover their economies? This article maps a path to economic and moral regeneration. History has shown that countries can pull themselves…

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The Macro Effect of a Corrupt Government

The awful but unavoidable reality is that a corrupt Government allows for a corrupt economy to flourish. In turn, a corrupt economy forms the foundation for complete political, social and economic chaos in the country. This phenomenon is clearly evident in countries like Venezuela, Zimbabwe and Haiti. History has shown that countries can pull themselves…

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The Difference Between Corrupt and Honest Government

The difference between corrupt and honest government ought to be self-evident, but it is worthwhile mapping out the distinction lest we become inured to the devastating consequences of a government that has lost its moral and ethical compass. I assume that everybody understands what constitutes a corrupt government, but at its most basic level it…

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