Business profiles
Transforming Public Services Transforming Public Services Across The Continent
During her official opening address at the Fifth General Assembly of the Association of African Public Services Commissions (AAPSComs) on 13 March 2018, South African Minister of
29 Jun 2018
THABANG She who has no fear
Thabang Mashigo is a force of nature who is, quite simply, beyond description. After all, she believes that labels are the very things that limit our potential. Following the
28 Jun 2017
Julia Harmel Eventful entrepreneur
Diminutive Julia Harmel is a force to be reckoned with, despite her small stature, this gutsy woman has a steely determination to be a successful entrepreneur.
10 Jan 2014
Brewery Brewing up a storm
Chris Shilubane is deeply steeped in corporate speak as befits a new breed of brewers at South African Breweries (SAB). Young, black and erudite, he is passionate about the craft of beer brewing.
29 Nov 2013
TRANSFORMATION Changing times for our leaders
Twenty years into democracy and BEE has created a new black middle class that has only impacted a few people, while millions of poor and unemployed youth grow frustrated and angry by the lack of transformation.
11 Nov 2013
Maxi's empowerment model Former delivery lady ascends to manager
Jane Tladi rose from the floor of Maxi's franchise to becoming training manager, responsible for helping new franchisees understand the business
17 Jul 2013 - S. R.
Young designers learn the ropes Moulding the next generation of designers
Africa Fashion International (AFI) is putting its money where its mouth is - developing and mentoring young designers for the future
08 Jul 2013 - M. Z.
Namibia calling Business opportunity galore
Namibia is thriving in many of its economic sectors, as a recent investment seminar revealed
05 Jul 2013 - J. D. G.
Ingula hydropower station on track Progress on SA's largest hydropower station
The Ingula Hydropower Station, South Africa's largest, and located in the Little Drakensberg, is nearing completion
01 Jul 2013 - D. S.
Spreading the word HR steps up as ad spend goes down
Advertising spend is in decline, and employees are stepping into the gap as brand ambassadors for their companies – making HR investment all the more important
12 Jun 2013 - S. M.
Economic hub takes shape Dube Tradeport puts KZN on global stage
KwaZulu-Natal's Dube TradePort is South Africa's flagship special economic designated zone and the first of its kind in Africa.
06 Jun 2013 - C. G.
Combi's masterstroke Gugulethu-bred to Stellenbosch aristocracy
Zithulele "KK" Combi belongs to a select group of black business pioneers who cracked the entrepreneurial code without the aid of black economic empowerment policies
24 May 2013 - S. M.
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