MONDE NDLOVU: All talk must mean all action as we dream of a new South Africa
A new moment beckons in South Africa, and we need to do better, think better, live better, agree better, for the benefit of the future of our country, writes Monde Ndlovu.
MONDE NDLOVU | The next 30 years: Black leadership must help build SA's roadmap
As the 30-year mark of our democracy beckons, we need an honest and open discourse about where we are and where we need to go - and black intellectuals need to keep their hands in the furnace of debate, writes Monde Ndlovu.
MONDE NDLOVU: Youth are the jewels of democracy - but have no treasure
Not only do South Africa's youth grapple with poverty and unemployment, they are largely uneducated - but their potential can be unleashed if we nurture them, writes Monde Ndlovu.
MONDE NDLOVU: Economic freedom post-1994 needs to become more tangible
From averting a possible civil war, especially after the death of Chris Hani, to negotiating a new political settlement, one aspect SA did not include in its birth of democracy was deep economic discussions, writes Monde Ndlovu.
MONDE NDLOVU: What SA can learn from International Black Women's History Month
South Africans need to pay attention to the stories from some of the globe's trailblazing black women, to build communities to pass down to future generations, writes Monde Ndlovu.
MONDE NDLOVU: SA needs the 'now you've gone and killed me' type of leader
The resounding question, argues Monde Ndlovu, is whether the decisions made by leaders across society reflect the aspirations of the people, as failure to do this would amount to 'killing the people'.
OPINION: Can South Africa start over?
Leadership quality refers to efforts to develop conscience leaders who place the interest of SA first, writes BMF's Ndlovu.
MONDE NDLOVU: A heritage of black thought
Black thought is a key element in heritage that must be elevated to its rightful place, writes Monde Ndlovu.
OPINION: Blah blah black sheep
The work of discharging transformation needs both courage and compassion, writes Monde Ndlovu
MONDE NDLOVU: 'I've been greatly privileged to have been part of the BMF family'
The Black Management Forum (BMF) for me has taken the definition of home as a place of acceptance and purpose. And in the process, I have learned invaluable lessons about myself and the cause of the organisation.
MONDE NDLOVU: What derails critical mass of black managers in private sector?
It is imperative to note that employment equity can be implemented without black management control, which is about executive power and voting rights at board level.
MONDE NDLOVU: Debunking what seeks to separate blacks from the black 'thing'
The commanding heights of the economy remain in the hands of white people, controlling the four factors of production, which are entrepreneurship, capital, land and labour.
MONDE NDLOVU: Reflecting on the state of freedom in South Africa today
The miracle moment of 1994 was not in itself a complete removal of the impediments of freedom, but rather a bold statement of what is possible beyond the political transition.