Tag Archives: Johannesburg

The Uber Effect

In the so-called developed world there’s a lot of antipathy towards Uber. Much of it seems to be from people who have turf to protect (London’s Black Cab community), or drivers (in India) who were dissatisfied with the initial commercial … Continue reading

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Toxic brands

While I was in South Africa last week, President Zuma unveiled a new statue to the late Oliver Reginald Tambo, former President in Exile of the ANC during the Anti-Apartheid Struggle. O.R. Tambo was the legal partner and lifelong friend … Continue reading

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Live debate, or dead loss.

Africa’s politicians face a new challenge Every year, Africa records progress towards contemporary democracy. While the Middle East discovers that regime change is no change at all, Africa continues to provide beacons of hope.

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