RESTORING THE LOST SHINE There is a need for leadership, transformation and employment growth in the South African diamond beneficiation industry—a sector that holds multiple opportunities but is currently in distress
The process of making much-needed changes to legislation in the diamond sector has stalled and this is being blamed for the woes of the local cutting and polishing industry. Four
31 Jan 2018
WOMEN AND WINE What has traditionally been regarded as a male-dominated domain has been forced to change due to women’s increasingly influential role in the wine industry
Wine. A simple four-letter word with a centuries-spanning legacy, which is as colourful as the grapes made to create it. The lavish liquid has been a common thread running through
25 Jan 2018
INGA VANGA Self-discipline as the foundation of success
“Success is an inside job”—a favourite quote of Inga Vanqa that perfectly describes his personal nature and manner of doing business. Founder of Inga Vanqa
23 Jan 2018
EDITOR'S NOTE  
For many of us, the end of 2017 cannot come too soon. It has felt like a 14-month year, with crises, troubles, problems and political upheavals locally and abroad. Economically,
23 Jan 2018
BLACK BUSINESS QUARTERLY AWARDS 2017 The Big Time Strategic Group Black Business Quarterly Awards 2017
The crown jewel of the South African business events calendar proved to be just that—one of the most prestigious black business awards ceremonies of the year Hosted on 20
23 Jan 2018
CARGO CARRIERS WELCOMES SOLLY LETSOALO Appointment of Chief Executive Officer
The board of directors of Cargo Carriers is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Lekau (Solly) Letsoalo as Chief Executive Officer and an executive director of Cargo Carriers
22 Jan 2018
NOVUS HOLDINGS Novus Holdings moves to save water
Novus Holdings, South Africa’s leading commercial printing and manufacturing company based in Cape Town, has taken action to reduce its reliance on municipal water, having
12 Jan 2018
WHERE ARE ALL THE BLACK AFRICAN PROFESSIONALS? Not a lot has changed. Back in 2009, studies were conducted and reporters took to the debate on the transformational barriers inhibiting Cape Town. Today, in 2017, we are in the same place.
The same because there isn’t a business in Cape Town that reports gains in attracting and retaining black professionals. There are no case studies to show how it has been
08 Jan 2018
EDUCATION INNOVATION AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP Time means that education is either about communicating content or teaching people to think. If you focus on communicating content, like getting through the CAPS Curriculum each year, you will not be able to adequately deliver on teaching learners to think.
If you focus on teaching learners to think, you can feed them as much content as you want and they will be able to interpret, understand and use that content as and when they
14 Dec 2017


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