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Social development A passionate champion for social development
When President Cyril Ramaphosa needed someone to step in and sort out the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) crisis that was consuming his government, he turned to
11 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
About the magazine Leadership Edition 399
Leadership magazine is aimed at dynamic middle and senior business managers and Directors, entrepreneurs, an influential political class and those who aspire to leadership roles,
07 Dec 2018
Offshore Cash Investments Dollar-based notice deposits provide convenience for financial advisers to manage their clients’ offshore cash investments
In this turbulent world, financial services providers are seeing increased demand for an international offering from clients who see themselves as “global citizens”.
05 Dec 2018
The Business of Brand TowerStone Leadership Centre
A good definition of a brand is that it is a badge of origin, a promise of performance that differentiates it, used in pursuit of defined business objectives. The last part of
05 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
Join the fight for an HIV free generation! Donate to our campaign to take HIV education to the schools of South Africa and end stigma
Niles Hemming has been the driving force behind the founding of Effective Treatment Africa. He is overjoyed and says that “finally the two years of hard work have paid
27 Nov 2018
Switch to solar energy! Seven questions answered to convince you to switch to solar energy!
It is really unbelievable that there are still so many people (and therefore many businesses and factory owners) that are not convinced that SOLAR ENERGY is a better alternative
27 Nov 2018
Strength and vulnerability Leadership and the mental health taboo
Being a leader in today’s competitive corporate environment can take its toll on one’s mental wellbeing, but early identification of risk factors and honest
27 Nov 2018
SA olive oil claims the gold standard South African extra virgin olive oils (EVOO) grabbed the headlines at the 5th edition of the Sol d’Oro Southern Hemisphere olive oil competition
South African extra virgin olive oils (EVOO) grabbed the headlines at the 5th edition of the Sol d’Oro Southern Hemisphere olive oil competition in Cape Town recently,
27 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
African Energy Sector Challenges facing the African Energy Sector
Many African countries have seen rapid and meaningful economic growth in the last decade, and to ensure the continued sustainability of this growth, these economies rely heavily
26 Nov 2018
Chew on this What to eat while binge-watching SA’s favourite shows and movies
Are you among the 61% of South Africans who have admitted to binge-watching their favourite series on a regular basis? Or, have you taken this even further with
22 Nov 2018
No Silicon Valley for Africa say early stage investors There is opportunity, but it’s distinctly African say delegates from the 2018 Africa Early Stage Investor Summit
Cape Town welcomed over 300 active and aspiring investors representing Africa’s early stage investing ecosystem for last week’s two-day Africa Early Stage Investor
21 Nov 2018
85% of South African students aspire to go onto university 85% of South African students aspire to go onto university and follow traditional careers, according to new global research
85% of South African students aspire to go to university Most still aspire to pursue traditional, well respected careers as doctors, dentists, engineers and
21 Nov 2018
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