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Infographic: South African businesses abroad

While Team South Africa is at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos, spreading the word that we are open for business, South...

WEF 2017: Powering Africa is key to growth

South Africa’s deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa, took part in a panel discussion at the World Economic Forum in Davos. The topic of discussion was...

Press Release: South Africa hard at work at WEF Davos

South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will today Wednesday 18 January 2017 lead a senior government, labour and business delegation to the second day...

Responsible leadership the agenda at Davos

With the global political and economic landscape changing rapidly, the World Economic Forum is urging global leaders to be more responsive and responsible. South...

South Africa’s message to the world from Davos

The World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting is around the corner, starting on 17 January. We take a look at South Africa’s message from...

South Africans going to WEF in Davos

The World Economic Forum annual meeting takes place in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland from 17 to 20 January. South Africa’s delegation includes people from the government,...

Leaders gather for 47th World Economic Forum in Davos

For over 40 years, the World Economic Forum has brought together global leaders in government, civil society and business. This year’s annual meeting in...

WEF raises South Africa’s global competitiveness ranking

South Africa has risen two places, to 47th, in the 2016 World Economic Forum Global Competitive Index, improving its ranking in 10 of the...

WEF on Africa: The best of 2016

The 26th World Economic Forum on Africa ran from 11 to 13 May in Rwanda. We've gathered highlights from the three-day event at which governments, business leaders, and civil society gathered to discuss the continent's progress and navigate a way forward.

WEF Africa: Breaking down the digital divide

In the developing world, there are still 4-billion people who are not connected to the internet. The World Economic Forum aims to work with governments and civil society to close that digital divide, starting with programmes in Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, South Sudan and Ethiopia.

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