The High-Stakes game of land poker

THE HIGH-STAKES GAME OF LAND POKER Written by Tim Hughes, Director of Corporate Affairs, Warwick By pre-emptively committing South Africa to land expropriation without compensation (EWC) before the findings of the Parliamentary Constitutional Review Committee are released, has Cyril Ramaphosa painted himself into a corner that will threaten his Presidency, or is he deftly playing […]

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Ramaphosa Deserves Better

Ramaphosa Deserves Better Written by Tim Hughes, Director Corporate Affairs, Warwick After the brief euphoria of Mr Ramaphosa’s victory in December 2017 resulting in business confidence reaching a two and a half year high in January, the shocking -2,2% GDP decline in the first quarter 2018, uncertainty about property rights, a raft of racist rants […]

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Building our Nation through Education, one Scholar at a time!

Building our Nation through Education, one Scholar at a time Written by Tess Smit, Trustee Spirit Education Foundation “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world” – these words, uttered by Nelson Mandela in 2003, reflect the reason that the Spirit Education Foundation was established in April 1994 when South […]

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Creating Shared Value in South Africa

Creating Shared Value in South Africa Written by Tim Hughes, Director of Corporate Affairs Warwick Capitalism is the worst form of economy, except for all the others. This may have been how Sir Winston Churchill would have captured the myriad challenges facing most social market economies, including that of South Africa. The dilemma we face […]

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The story of Arthur the Orphaned White Rhino

Warwick is a proud supporter of the Spirit Wildlife Fund. The Fund supports nature and animal conservation in South Africa and has made a significant commitment to Care For Wild, which provides a home for orphaned rhino. Little brave Arthur was featured on the front page of the Cape Times recently, with Spirit Foundation Trustee, […]

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Is robo-advice the future?

Is robo-advice the future? By Marc Wiese, General Manager of Warwick Corporate Services The rise of financial technology (Fintech) throughout the financial services industry has promulgated many new and exciting opportunities, one of them being robo-advice. Robo-advice is a type of financial advice that is provided to the investment and wealth management industry via an […]

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Responsible Business Is Good Business

Responsible Business Is Good Business By Tim Hughes, Non-Executive Director, Warwick There is one and only one social responsibility of business – to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits so long as it stays within the rules of the game, which is to say, engages in open and free […]

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African elephants helped this businessman settle in SA!

CAPE TOWN – In the late 1980s, Africa had lost half its elephant populations due to the onslaught of poaching. You couldn’t help but be affected. So Ian Kilbride, who admits to being “hung up” about ellies, and a few like-minded friends decided in 1989 to drive from London to Cape Town to see for themselves what […]

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Warwick does a huge deal with Cadiz!

The attached link explains why the Warwick Team is totally committed to Warwick’s development . We all believe in SA and it’s future and we are all SA optimists! This article sets out some of my own and Warwick’s history, this includes Appleton (named after my school) and then Warwick (named after my university). The […]

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A change for the better!

INSIDER CHRONICLES A Change for the Better By Adrian Meager, General Manager Warwick Asset Management December 2017 saw a change in ANC leadership that held the potential to change the direction of the South African economy and uplift the lives of the South African population. As January rolled by, some were beginning to question whether […]

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