Botswana: Covid-19 and New Directions in Corporate Botswana Social Spend
July 7, 2021
‘Clearly, the time has come for social spend to be approached in ways that are smarter and more sustainable, delivering long-term positive Impact’ (Zim, 2018) Gobe Taziba* Corporate social spend has been ongoing in Botswana since time immemorial. Scattered documentation of such spend can be found in various annual, CSI, and project reports. This is
As hundreds of corporate heavy hitters go to bat for voting rights, another GOP alliance falters
April 14, 2021
While that is surely true, Republicans have received all corporate opposition to their racist legislative initiatives to curtail voting—particularly among voters of color—as a political attack. In turn, GOP lawmakers appear to be escalating the tensions to a kind of political armageddon. The most prominent GOP criticism came from corporate money grubber Mitch McConnell himself, who warned
Despite corporate messaging in support of Black Lives Matter, companies are banning ads in stories
July 14, 2020
Vice Media’s vice president Paul Wallace told the WSJ that Vice’s most popular news in June was its Black Lives Matter coverage. But even though more people were coming to read those stories (more eyes on the page, so to speak), ad sales were 57% lower compared to other news topics on the site. “The most frustrating
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