Attracting, Retaining and Promoting Female Talent in the New World of Finance

Attracting, Retaining and Promoting Female Talent in the New World of Finance

Innovate Finance recently conducted a survey to find out how women felt about working in the FinTech sector. According to the results, which were compiled…

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Can Blockchain Provide Identity to Millions of Refugees? id2020 Debates Potential Use

Can Blockchain Provide Identity to Millions of Refugees? id2020 Debates Potential Use

I was honoured to join over 250 delegates from more than 50 technology businesses, advisory firms and NGOs at the recent inaugural ID2020 summit at…

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Human Rights Activist Brings Hope After Tragedy As New Shelter for Women Opens in Kwa Zulu Natal

Human Rights Activist Brings Hope After Tragedy As New Shelter for Women Opens in Kwa Zulu Natal

The South African village of Gcilima is nearly impossible to find without local help. Located three hours from Durban and 30 km south of Port…

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Democratising Finance: Why the Poor Matter to Economic Growth

Democratising Finance: Why the Poor Matter to Economic Growth

Cynics argue that nothing can be done to help the poor. There has always been inequality in society and will remain an unfortunate fact of…

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Analysis: A portrait of a Greek city in crisis

Analysis: A portrait of a Greek city in crisis

It’s another beautiful day in the northern Greek city of Volos. The sun is shining in a clear sky, and in the main streets the…

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The Struggle of South Africa’s White Poor

The Struggle of South Africa’s White Poor

Roger Ballen, an American photographer who is now a resident of South Africa, has spent his career photographing shocking images of South Africa’s white underclasses….

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Childhood’s end

Childhood’s end

Ten years ago, a madman shot 16 children and their teacher to death in a small Scottish town, sparking a call for stricter gun control….

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Remembering Soweto

Remembering Soweto

This article looks at the infamous uprising of Soweto in 1976 through the prism of Sam Nzima’s harrowing photograph of the death of Hector Peterson….

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