The World and South Africa Beyond 2012: The Latest Scenarios, Flags, and Probabilities
South African Institute of Race Relations
The South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) is an independent think-tank producing research, policy critiques, and risk analysis on South Africa. SAIRR’s fields of expertise include the economy, business, labour, education, demographics, living conditions, crime, security, healthcare, land reform, service delivery, politics, and government affairs. The organisation benchmarks itself on telling subscribers today what they will read in the media in two or three years’ time.
The Unit for Risk Analysis at SAIRR is hosting a breakfast with Clem Sunter on under the theme ‘The World and South Africa Beyond 2012: The Latest Scenarios, Flags, and Probabilities’ on 28 June 2012 in Johannesburg.
Clem Sunter was head of the gold and uranium division at Anglo American at a time when it was the world’s leading gold producer. He shot to scenario stardom in the 1990s after he drew up a scenario presentation entitled ‘The World and South Africa in the 1990s’ in which he outlined two scenarios: the ‘High Road’, in which negotiation would led to a peaceful political transition in South Africa, and the ‘Low Road’, characterised by confrontation leading to civil war and a wasteland. He is the co-author, with Chantel Ilbury, of the popular scenario planning trilogy The Mind of a Fox: Scenario Planning in Action; Games Foxes Play: Planning for Extraordinary Times; and Socrates and the Fox: A Strategic Dialogue.
At a time of great global and domestic policy and economic uncertainty this is a valuable opportunity for you, your staff, and your clients to come and hear where Sunter believes South Africa and the world are headed beyond 2012 and to put your questions to him.
Time: 7h30 for 8h00 until 9h30
Cost: Premium subscribers to the Unit for Risk Analysis and the media attend free of charge. All other subscribers and members pay R200. Guests pay R300.
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