An Islamic insurgency rages on in the northernmost region of Mozambique. The fast-degrading situation has weighty consequences: regional stability, SA's energy emergency, etc.. A solution is urgent but complex. A 4-part series explores how serious the situation has gotten and its many implications, explains how it got there, and how it may be resolved. The series has been produced by a team of senior experts with deep experience on Mozambique, resource economics and fragility.
Critics are enthused that the government wants to allow greater private sector participation in running its special economic zones, but say a deeper strategic rethink of the entire programme is needed
En 2019, l’analyse du CEO du cabinet Eunomix, le Mauricien Claude Baissac, sur le déclin de l’Afrique du Sud avait fait le buzz. Dans un nouvel entretien, en s’appuyant sur ses données, il s’interroge : « Maurice risque-t-elle également de basculer ? »
SA will be a failed state by 2030, says consultancy Eunomix Business & Economics. In this op-ed, Busi Mavuso, CEO of Business Leadership South Africa, the association of CEOs of South Africa, warns that unless deep reform is brought to South Africa, Eunomix's 2020's pre-covid forecast that the country will be a failed state by 2030 will become reality.
The South African Center for Enterprise and Development invited Eunomix to comment on the growth proposals submitted by business representative organisations under the B4SA umbrella to the South African government for post-COVID recovery. Eunomix has been critical of this and other proposals. Download our presentation for a snapshot of our views.
The SA economy was in serious trouble well before the outbreak of Covid-19 and the impact of lockdown measures that had a detrimental impact on business activity. Analysts and economists are warning that SA could be a failed state in a decade if the government fails to introduce strong and innovative policies to turn the economy around. Magnus Heystek, Co-Founder, Director and Investment Strategist of Brenthurst Wealth, will lead
The 2020 Joburg Indaba, now in its 8th year, is set to take place on 7th & 8th October. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, this year’s event will be held as an online discussion. Claude Baissac will be on the conference's first panel, responding to the following questions: What is the outlook for the world economy, commodity markets and the global mining industry? How should the South African economy and
In the aftermath of Covid, the world will need to rebuild economically and politically. To prepare for this, the Startup Societies Foundation is hosting a virtual summit that will explore how special jurisdictions can combat pandemics and rebuild governance institutions & economics in the aftermath of Covid 19
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These things my spirit bids me
teach the men of Athens:
brings countless evils for the city,
but Eunomia brings order
and makes everything proper,
by enfolding the unjust in fetters,
smoothing those things that are rough,
sentencing hubris to obscurity
making the flowers of mischief to whither,
and straightening crooked judgments.
It calms the deeds of arrogance
and stops the bilious anger of harsh strife.
Under its control, all things are proper
and prudence reigns human affairs
Thus wrote the Athenian statesman Solon, philosopher and poet in the 6th century BC, of Eunomia, daughter of Zeus, who in dreams would appear to the rulers of the city-state and inspire them to legislate and rule justly and competently.
Eunomia, it seems to us, represents the ideal metaphor of the proper management of human affairs, and has inspired the name EunomixTM.