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HERITAGE IN OUR HANDS Heritage resources are defined in very general terms as any place or object of cultural significance. These include obvious things viewed as heritage by most people such as archaeological sites, old buildings and perhaps graves. However, it also includes more abstract things such as cultural landscapes, sacred sites and living heritage.
Heritage resources are found throughout the landscape—in cities, townships and villages, on farms, in forests and deserts, even coastlines and beneath the seas. Where they
08 Sep 2017 - N. M.
FIXING A REPUTATION IS SIMPLE, BUT NOT EASY Everyone has a reputation, albeit a good or bad one. The question in business is, what percentage of your own leadership style is contributing to the overall reputation of your organisation?
Before we answer that, let’s take a step back and look at the ‘so what?’ of reputation management. Why is reputation important? A research study conducted by the
06 Dec 2016
M-NET TURNS 30 Over the past three decades, M-Net has achieved unprecedented success, however its CEO, Yolisa Phahle, believes that one of its most notable highlights is the exponential growth of the business, which has been driven by its continued investment in local content
M-Net was launched in 1986 with just the one shiny, new channel… but today, it has over 40 channels, among them M-Net movie channels, M-Net Edge, Mzansi Magic, VUZU AMP,
29 Nov 2016
THE FUTURE OF CSR Pearl Walsh offers a fresh perspective on how to give back to the community
The practice of good corporate citizenship is finally maturing. No longer does corporate social responsibility mimic the political pageantry of trying to appear more likeable and
19 Sep 2016
Growing SA's Entrepreneurship Sage supports government’s call to grow South African entrepreneurship
Sage, the global market leader for integrated accounting, payroll, and payment systems, has welcomed the call for South African government to support entrepreneurs and grow a
20 Jun 2016
OPINION Moral regeneration
There’s no doubt that South Africans are waking up to the fact that we need to reset our nation’s moral compass. This is not something that we can outsource to the state. The buck stops with communities.
27 Sep 2013


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