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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1 IN 4 EMPLOYEES SUFFER FROM DEPRESSION

One in four employees has been diagnosed with depression, and the country’s economic contributors aged 25 to 44 are most affected, taking more than 18 days off work due to […]

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5.7 MILLION JOBS IN DANGER IF SA NOT DIGITALLY READY IN 7 YEARS

With 35 percent of all jobs in South Africa (almost 5.7 million jobs) currently at risk of total digital automation within a mere 7 years,  the country could see a […]

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Where are the black professionals in Cape Town?

The percentage of black African professionals in Cape Town has increased by a mere four percent over the past 10 years according to the Department of Labour.   Valerie Tapela, […]

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