Timothy Modise is a South African veteran journalist, broadcaster, public speaker and philanthropist. Boasting over thirty years in broadcast media and journalism, Modise has worked for various radio and TV stations of the SABC, M-Net, Primedia, BBC and Power FM across different formats from music, current affairs and talk shows.
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Why Nations Fail
The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty
Discover the true factors that determine a nation's success or failure in Why Nations Fail. Acemoglu and Robinson's 15 years of extensive research conclude that political and economic institutions play a crucial role in determining a nation's economic prosperity. Using historical evidence from various nations, including the United States, Mayan city-states, and Africa, the authors provide insight into the big questions of today's society, such as the future of China's economy and the relevance of America's position in the world. Don't miss out on this eye-opening read.
Great book, very perceptive. I recommend it to anyone who is open-minded and keen to help build a successful nation that provides support and is home to aspirant youths. 🇿🇦 – source
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