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Business travel Business travel is alive and paying off
With the rise of conference-calls and video-conferencing systems like Skype, Google Hangouts, it may seem like the days of face-to-face are numbered. But a number of business
08 Oct 2018
Don’t run out Don’t run out of juice on the road
Here’s the scenario: you’ve sweated the detail on a proposal to your prospective client and have sign-off from your colleagues. All you need to do now is upload it to
08 Oct 2018
Eating solo while travelling Eating solo while travelling on business doesn’t have to be a new low
Business travel can feel like a nasty trick, almost as though you’ve been duped into working on holiday. For many entrepreneurs, business travel means travelling alone, and
08 Oct 2018
Terrorism Pools show Public Private Enterprises how to adapt to a changing world Opinion by Emma Karhan, Head of Terrorism Specialty and Reinsurer Relationships, Aon
As the world economy struggles to produce consistently strong growth, and with rising pressure on governments to increase public spending on welfare and services, there has never
08 Oct 2018
Lush House Presents: The Gentlemen's Network ‘Own it’ will delve into the challenges, pressures and successes of one’s dreams and visions
About the Event The platform will enable men to be empowered through conversation and connectivity, giving them the opportunity to discover new and interesting ways to grow and
04 Oct 2018
Water Security and future water conflicts One of the most important global challenges is access to sufficient and good quality water.
One of the most important global challenges is access to sufficient and good quality water. The world is faced with the crisis of water and the bad news is that the situation is
27 Sep 2018
Directors of private companies are no longer subject to PAYE - true or false? By Joon Chong, Nina Keyser, Carryn Alexander and Nabeelah Edwards of Webber Wentzel
Where fixed monthly payments made up less than 75% of private company director remuneration, paragraph 11C of the Fourth Schedule to the Income Tax Act 58 of 1962 used to apply to
27 Sep 2018
Blanché Hanstein appointed as Aurecon’s new Office Manager for Namibia Global engineering and infrastructure advisory company Aurecon has recently appointed
Blanché Hanstein as the new Office Manager of its Windhoek Office in Namibia. Hanstein joined the company in Namibia in 2006 and has been instrumental in driving business
25 Sep 2018
Learning Agility Changing roles in a changing business environment
The need for rapid change is impacting both job roles and organisations. We look at three industries and the effects of these changes… Change-readiness and Learning Agility
25 Sep 2018
Why South Africa’s SMEs, big corporates and accountants tap into the power of AI Advance Financial Processes with artificial intelligence
The growing demand for accurate, effective and convenient business support tools has seen a rise in solution-driven innovations from payment, banking and budgeting applications,
19 Sep 2018
The future of work in a digital world by Cathy Smith, Managing Director at SAP Africa
The digital age, and the new technologies it’s brought with it - blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, augmented reality and virtual reality - is seen by many
18 Sep 2018
Hisense at IFA 2018 Hisense unveils and array of new products at IFA 2018
At the recently held IFA Berlin - the world's leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances - Hisense introduced three brand new smartphones, six
17 Sep 2018
Uber Eats Uber Eats Reveals the Language of Food Spoken by South Africans
Uber Eats believes that eating should fit your lifestyle, whether that’s ordering a home-cooked pasta after a tough day at work or keeping the endorphins going with a
13 Sep 2018
Wine collections an increasingly valuable asset What wine aficionados should look out for when insuring their collections
The 44th Nederburg Auction – the industry platform of choice for buying South Africa’s rarest and most sought-after wines – took place at the Nederburg
13 Sep 2018 - C. C.
Relaxation of water restrictions Relaxation of water restrictions following reasonable rainfall and rising dam levels
THE Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry has welcomed the slight relaxation of water restrictions following reasonable rainfall and rising dam levels. “The Challenge now is
10 Sep 2018
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