by Tom Fels. Marketing can be the mouthpiece of brands manifesting change and championing the underserved, of embedding hope in the consciousness of society and creating purpose-led futures.
by David Cohen. Here’s how agencies may build a future-fit business that embraces the fourth industrial revolution.
by Taazima Kala-Essack. The case for people, brands and businesses becoming more human gets stronger every day. In cracks of darkness, light gets in.
by Amanda Murray & Nokuthula Radebe. Africa’s rich diversity dividend and existing informal economic structure and skills acquisition processes closely match those of the emerging global gig economy.
by Amanda Murray & Nokuthula Radebe. Africa’s cultural comfort with diversity and informal short-term work means that the continent is well-placed to access the future world of work.
by Carey Finn. Ntombikayise Banda is striving to make science, tech, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects more accessible to South African learners.
by Carey Finn. This acclaimed speaker and social entrepreneur shares a few notes on women’s leadership, stereotypes and social innovation.
by Marguerite Coetzee. What SA’s education system can teach brands and organisations about preparing for the next industrial revolution.
by Gavin Weale. We have to collectively roll up our sleeves and wrangle for progress on the ground for the millions of unemployed young people who need access to a livelihood now.
an #OpenAfricaMag feature by Oresti Patricios. Can Africa use the fourth industrial revolution to leapfrog into a position of tech superiority?