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Surviving the last working weeks How to survive the last working weeks of 2019
It’s been a long year, with technology continuing to blur the boundaries of work and home, bringing with it a pressure to continuously perform.  Being always on,
21 Nov 2019
Africa’s Tech Future Twenty-one Top Startups Shine on The Stage for Africa’s Tech Future
The third annual AfricArena Summit kicked off Cape Town Tech Week with two days of intensive pitching from over 100 of the best African and African-focused tech startups and
19 Nov 2019
Financial Service Providers Financial Service Providers Can No Longer Afford to Ignore Africa’s Informal Sector
The International Monetary Fund estimates that the informal sector contributes approximately 38% of Sub-Saharan Africa's GDP[i]. Additionally, the International Labour
19 Nov 2019
Changing the status quo Born to change the world
Born to change the world and driven to seek socio-economic justice for his people, Yonela Mvana shows us what happens when patriotism unites with the burning desire to rewrite the
08 Nov 2019
Power partnership Boss Hoss breaks out in Africa
Boss Hoss Cycles is an American motorcycle manufacturer, founded in 1990 and based in Dyersburg, Tennessee. The company manufactures special high-performance motorcycles and
08 Nov 2019
WEF The future is in Africa
The meeting convened more than 1 000 regional and global leaders from government, business, civil society and academia to explore new models to help Africa achieve success at
08 Nov 2019
Female Leaders Denouncing the stereotype
These women were bold enough to strategically nurture their passion and use their skills to make their own imprint in the male dominated world of business. Fiercely relying on
08 Nov 2019
Entrepreneurship Cruising along
I had the pleasure of interviewing Scotch Mkhwanazi, one of the founders of Magic Lagoon Charters, a wonderful initiative offering boat cruises ‘with a
08 Nov 2019
Queen of Rail Nosipho Siwisa-Damasane is making an impact
Pregnant in her teens, Nosipho Siwisa-Damasane could have been just another story of an individual succumbing to circumstances. Instead, the headstrong, gutsy and multi-award
08 Nov 2019
Heritage Celebrating our inheritance
While the world is still grappling with race and ancestry, South Africa celebrates its vibrant and diverse heritage, a result of the multiple cultural groups in our country.
08 Nov 2019
Who motivates the motivators? This is a true story
Once, a senior Manager with many years’ experience and only a few years before retirement wrote a note to his CEO asking him whether he had any ideas on how to keep himself
06 Nov 2019
Africa Scotland Business Network A new international business network launches to connect Africa and Scotland
A new Scottish diasporic business network with enormous support from business and government is launching in Africa. The launch event of the Africa Scotland Business Network will
06 Nov 2019
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