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The Minibus Taxi Industry in Western Cape: A micro economic perspective – a view from below

The Western Cape’s minibus taxi industry has long been a vital component of the region’s …

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Gender disparity in the workplace

Each year Women’s Month exposes us to numerous studies and data showcasing the disadvantages still …

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Transforming the Western Cape taxi industry: “We are not taxi bosses, we are business people” 

The Western Cape minibus taxi industry is in the midst of a ground-breaking and transitional …

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Women in Transport

RACS aims to empower, enable, and transform. This is especially important in an informal, conflict-laden …

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Racism in Stellenbosch: A Change Management Approach to Racial Conflict

South Africa celebrated 28 years of democracy this year, but the country is still reeling …

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A methodological approach to reducing violence and impacting change

When a community or country finds itself in a state of crisis, several human behaviours …

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Video Library

RESOLVE AND CHANGE SYSTEMS

Company Overview

We believe that change is really about how we enable society to transform and it takes a collaborative approach to achieve this. At RACS, we create a platform for dialogue that empowers our clients to problem-solve, create better opportunities for resolution and achieve amicable outcomes. Our tailored service offerings ensure that we construct the most effective resolutions for conflict with you, and not just for you.

FROM COMPETITION TO COLLABORATION’ WORKSHOP

Day 1 – Craig Arendse

‘From Competition to Collaboration’ Workshop was facilitated by CEO, Craig Arendse and co-facilitator, Rene Ngwenya. Day 1 provided the space for introduction of both the program, facilitators and participants. Various systems of conflict management were introduced and identified.

DEEPENING DEMOCRACY - OPEN DISCUSSION 2019

Day 2 – Rene Ngwenya

Day 2 of the ‘From Competition to Collaboration’ Workshop unpacked the various skills and tools needed within these systems of conflict management. These skills were put to practice and then evaluated.

Ocsp - Questions & Answers

Out Of Court Settlement Practice

Are you struggling with settling disputes? Our Out of Court Settlement Practice has been running for quite some time, helping a number of individuals save their time and finances when dealing with taxing disputes.

Deepening Democracy – Open Discussion 2019

As a new political era, dawned upon the people of South Africa, the words of our president Cyril Ramaphosa speak of a number of objectives that are not only attainable but are grounded in the vital enrichment of our country.

Try our FREE Conflict Analysis Tool to help identify the nature of your conflict situation

The word conflict often has negative connotations, but it’s not always so. On the contrary, conflict can be positive and productive, but the outcome lies in our approach. Therefore, it is crucial to understand the nature, dynamics, and level of conflict when managing conflict situations before deciding on an intervention.

RACS’ Conflict Analysis Tool is the first of its kind, shaving days off the process of identifying the level of conflict, saving you time and money.