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Low-cost benefits for entrepreneurs kulula.com work offers low-cost benefits for entrepreneurs
There’s an old saying that there are only two ways to grow an enterprise: to lower your running-costs and to increase your profits. In a tight economic climate, growing a
10 Dec 2018
Business travel and relationships Don’t let business travel strain your relationship
Business travel can be exciting and profitable, or it can feel exhausting, physically and emotionally. This is especially true when work-life balance seems difficult, and when
10 Dec 2018
Integrated transport strategy for South Africa Cummins set to play a key role in integrated transport strategy for South Africa
Cummins is set to play a key role in the integrated transport strategy for South Africa through its partnership with Real African Works (RAW), a newly-launched 100% black female
10 Dec 2018
Black Friday 2018 Why Black Friday volumes exploded in 2018
According to Google South Africa, Black Friday 2018 was a search success with the region topping the world’s charts for avid deal searching with 'Black Friday specials at
07 Dec 2018
Rational investors can benefit from emotional Mr Market The current market sell-off has all the hallmarks of the cycle of irrational panic that grips emotional investors
I recently came across an article in a local newspaper titled JSE nears worst monthly performance in 10 years. When headlines like these start appearing, I always think of
29 Nov 2018
A shining light in the education crisis NGO making a huge different in the lives of learners—by supporting the teachers
The SACTWU Edufundi project (formerly Edupeg) was established in 1998 and last year alone offered support to 286 teachers who look after 12 200 learners in 48 schools across four
27 Nov 2018
Representation matters South Africa’s travel industry has made some incredible strides this past decade in response to the B-BBEE Act of 2003
A study conducted by Grant Thornton and commissioned by the Association of Southern African Travel Agents (ASATA) aimed to reveal the representation of black people in the
27 Nov 2018
Never waste a troubling recession Leadership through the downturn
Exceptional times demand exceptional leadership. And make no mistake about it, these are unprecedented times. Our world was, until recently, more joined up and interdependent than
27 Nov 2018
Spies in the workplace Disregarding information security is like keeping the front door unlocked
Data theft became a common thing, and employees – representatives of risk groups, while information protection is getting more and more expensive. Only 1/3 of organisations
27 Nov 2018
A flourishing partnership China is South Africa’s biggest trade partner globally, while South Africa is China’s biggest trade partner on the African continent
Over the past two decades, bilateral relations between the two countries have gone from strength to strength, quickly growing from a partnership to a strategic partnership to what
27 Nov 2018
The crucial role of mentorship PPS encourages graduate professionals to mentor the new generation of professionals
The PPS Foundation, set up by the Professional Provident Society (PPS) believes that members of the society and all established graduate professionals have a vital role to play in
27 Nov 2018
Reviving an almost lost heritage Local dance troupe Die Nuwe GrasKoue Trappers has brought a renewed visibility to one of SA’s oldest traditional dances
There is a place in Africa where heaven reaches down to touch the earth. The stars shine brighter, the winds smell sweeter, and the people smile to gladden your heart. And the
27 Nov 2018 - S. M.
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