Senior Lecturer, University of South Africa
The conversion of oil, gas and mineral resources into assets for development, has tabled resource governance as an imperative on the policy agenda.
Sound policy decisions can ensure non-renewable resources contribute towards intergenerational benefits. Solution driven practical thinkers are required to drive change.
Roshelle Ramfol works on designing fiscal policy for extractive industries and renewable energy. She welcomes opportunities for collaboration and engagement.
Tax revolts date back to biblical times. Throughout the ages they have exhibited similar symptoms of a decline in taxpayer morale and confidence in a governments ability to manage public finances for the greater good of...