LOVE OR MONEY THE DRIVER OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP?

Entrepreneurs are not merely money hungry and wanting to be the boss, a study found conducted by David Krige, MBA graduate of the University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB) and […]

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Kenya’s leading private school group acquired by ADvTECH

JSE-listed ADvTECH (Pty) Ltd has announced its acquisition of the leading private school group in Kenya, the Makini group of schools. Africa’s largest private education provider, JSE-listed ADvTECH Ltd, continues […]

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Newly opened centre to advance safety in SA healthcare

A new collaboration, located within the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Clinical Skills Centre, will help foster safer practices in healthcare through an educational focus on patient and healthcare worker […]

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Trainee responsible for biggest leak in Apple’s history

Apple suffers major info breach, as data of 800 000 Swiss citizens is exposed. In early February 2018, an unknown person posted iBoot source code on GitHub, the code responsible […]

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“Solar’s time has come – and not a moment too soon!”

Reports of a shortage of coal supply at six of Eskom’s power stations have sparked concern that loadshedding could once again become a reality in South Africa. It’s a stark […]

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Building futures and finding seasonal spirit with Syrex

Syrex, leading provider of virtualised and hybrid network infrastructures and solutions, sponsored the Bryanston Country Club Easter Festival 2018 and used the opportunity to take its corporate social investment (CSI) […]

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Embracing the fear of innovation

History is the story of bad choices… but don’t let your business be one of them, writes Howard Feldman. Decisions. We make them every day, from the moment we wake […]

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How to hire talent in the age of millennials

Much has been said over the last few years about the millennial workers entering the workplace and how this generation is going to redefine and reshape the workplace of the […]

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International hotel group enters SA market

Casablanca-headquartered ONOMO Hotels has entered the South African hotel management arena with the acquisition of three properties. ONOMO has acquired the iconic Inn on the Square in Cape Town, the […]

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We need to create better income opportunities for domestic workers

One of the most progressive things that happened in the domestic work industry since the dawn of democracy is that domestic worker wages are now regulated. This is good, writes Aisha […]

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What South African homeowners want in a better home

A recent survey by Saint-Gobain Gyproc has revealed some startling results in terms of what local homeowners are looking for in their homes. The survey by Saint-Gobain Gyproc was aimed at […]

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Sophisticated tax app becomes available in South Africa

An advanced tax app named hApp-e-tax has launched, offering everything accountants, auditors, tax practitioners, lawyers, those in business and students need to know about South African income tax legislation. hApp-e-tax […]

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Early diagnosis and treatment vital to prevent spread of TB

Tuberculosis (TB) is the number one cause of death amongst infectious diseases in South Africa. While the incidence of drug-susceptible (DS-TB), which is treated with the antibiotics Rifampicin and Isoniazid, […]

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Companies losing up to 20% of SDL levies by not claiming back from SARS

South African employers have until 30 April to submit their Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR) to their respective Skills Education Training Authority (SETA). HR and HCM […]

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