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How should organisations prepare for 2030? Resilience, The future of organisational structure
Future adaptable, agile and resilient structures could be the key to success in a world characterised by disruptive technology and the intelligent automation and connectedness
09 Sep 2019
The tax revolt is already in full swing Jean du Toit, Senior Tax Attorney at Tax Consulting SA
For some time now, there has been murmurs of a tax revolt amongst South African taxpayers. For too many reasons to mention, South African taxpayers, sometimes publicly,
09 Sep 2019
Ubank educates and empowers customers Ubank educates and empowers customers to build their financial legacies
According to the March 2019 Quarterly Bulletin of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), debt in relation to the household disposable was 72.7% at the end of 2018, inferring that
09 Sep 2019
Today’s Ignorance, Tomorrow’s Legacy Environmental issues are the most underestimated and overlooked by employers
Environmental issues are the most underestimated and overlooked by employers.  With more focus directed towards compliance, less attention is given to what sustainability is
09 Sep 2019
Evolution II Fund Evolution II Fund reaches final close at USD216 million
Inspired Evolution has successfully secured a further USD87.75 million in commitments from CDC Group Plc, Cyane Holdings Ltd, European Investment Bank, KLP Norfund Investments AS,
09 Sep 2019
Technology Changing Lives Through Tech
With a desire to empower children in townships to not become products of their circumstances, Yandisa Kaulela Mahlasela left her job at a prominent airline company to teach
06 Sep 2019
Women in Transport Awards Nomination deadline extended for Women in Transport Awards
Due to overwhelming support from the industry, the deadline for submission of nominations for the Women in Transport Awards has been extended to Friday 6 September 2019. This will
05 Sep 2019
First world problems South African talent building a business that gobbles up foreign currency ‘leftovers’
Are you among the thousands of world travellers wondering what to do with your foreign currency ‘leftovers’ following an international holiday or business trip? You
05 Sep 2019
Settling with SARS – revisiting some practical perspectives By Joon Chong, a Partner at Webber Wentzel, and Ruan Kotze, an Advocate at the Cape Bar
Can there be a settlement with SARS if an objection was raised out of time? What are the advantages of reaching a settlement? What are the costs of not resolving a dispute? Our
05 Sep 2019
Be greedy when others are fearful Why it's time to invest in SA
With the World Economic Forum for Africa happening in Cape Town this week as well as the latest quarterly SA GDP data being released, there is naturally a big focus on the state
05 Sep 2019
Positive leadership builds authentic confidence The 100% black female-owned Zenzele Recruitment is not your run-of-the-mill recruitment company
The 100% black female-owned Zenzele Recruitment is not your run-of-the-mill recruitment company—a hardly surprising fact, given that the company reflects the values of its
02 Sep 2019
The CFO-TO-CEO Transition What it takes to be a success story
According to research by Odgers Berndtson sub-Saharan Africa, approximately 21% of chief executive officers (CEOs) of the JSE’s top 140 companies previously held roles
30 Aug 2019
SMEs turn to web-based accounting QuickBooks surges as SMEs turn to web-based accounting
Intuit QuickBooks has seen stellar growth in its online business, which it says is validation of its philosophy of investing in and servicing the bourgeoning small and
29 Aug 2019
Renewable energy holds key to the future With Eskom unable to generate enough power for the country through its major energy source–coal–the need to vigorously pursue the production of renewable energy in South Africa cannot be overemphasised
With global warming being one of the world’s most pressing problems, the pursuit of clean sustainable energy becomes not only necessary, but urgent. According to the
27 Aug 2019 - B. M.
Oil and gas in SA With South Africa currently importing the bulk of its oil needs, the prospect of becoming self-sufficient in terms of this much sought after resource for at least four years is a most welcome development which should boost the country’s economy immensely
French oil firm, Total, in February this year announced the discovery of a large “gas condensate” 175 kilometres off the south coast of South Africa at its
27 Aug 2019
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