The Behavioural Economics stopping e-tolls in South Africa.

The Behavioural Economics stopping e-tolls in South Africa.

Although tolls are not a new concept in South Africa, much controversy surrounds the imminent implementation of the e-toll system. According to Erik Vermeulen, Behavioural Economics specialist, this has less to do with the actual e- toll system and more to do with the manner in which the e-toll system was presented to the public. SANRAL framed the e-toll system in a poor manner as the result of inadequate marketing and implementation...

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Crime makes Leaders wealthy.

Question: “What is the influence of crime on the S.A. Govt?” Answer: Crime generates millions and millions of Rands for the SA Government As the Leadership expert on The One Day Leader reality TV show, I think it is prudent to share this. I’ve said it for years – that Government profits from crime and therefore have a vested interest in not combating it to the full extent. Here are the facts…. Example 1: Take just one...

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Why South Africa may not be 100% ready for 2010 FIFA SWC.

 I’m in the fortunate position to get contributions from all over the world for my Blog – which is great. Clients, past and present, send me stuff. I very seldom publish it as I try to keep posts here from my own keyboard so to speak. But I can’t resist posting this. We know that public transport in South Africa in non-existent or diabolical in the first place. So in the run-up to the FIFA World Cup its astounding to read...

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VOTE, VOTE, VOTE!!!!

Hello fellow citizens This has been e-mailed to me twice this week, from different sources, quoting different authors. Personally I don’t care who wrote it – READ IT, it’ll change the way you live!!! If like me, you don’t have a passport from another country and you quite like living in South Africa, now is quite an important time for you. Instead of using clichés like "the future is in your hands.." or...

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