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R&G GROUP OF CONSULTANTS (PTY) LTD CEO and Chairman of R&G Group of Consultants, Dumi Gqwaru, has firmly established his brand of companies in South Africa’s highly competitive construction and property sectors. He now has his sights fixed on breaking new ground across borders
Conversing in his modest Umhlanga Ridgeside office, which overlooks an expansive view of distant merchant ships on the ocean, Dumi Gqwaru is unassuming and soft-spoken but his
07 Nov 2017 - L. C.
ARE PSYCHOMETRIC ASSESSMENTS ACCURATE? One of the common debates in the assessment field revolves around the accuracy of psychometric tests. Do they measure the right constructs in the right way?
The short answer is yes. People are complicated and the areas assessments seek to measure are also complicated. This amount of complexity gives rise to one of the most commonly
28 Sep 2017
IPAP 2016 Dti highlights successes of IPAP 2016
As Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies launched the latest iteration of the Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP), the successes of its predecessor were highlighted. The launch
09 May 2017
HOTEL GROUP HERITAGE September marks Heritage Month which celebrates the input of all South Africans in building the country.
For the past 25 years, Premier Hotels & Resorts has been contributing through the creation of accommodation options that not only enable local and international tourists to
21 Sep 2016
DISABILITIES Hearing the deaf - Innovative social entrepreneur creates employment opportunities for deaf people
According to StatsSA’s 2014 Profile of Persons with Disabilities in South Africa Report, 2.9 million people in this country are living with disabilities. In the deaf
12 Jul 2016
Labour unrest Lasting peace at mines unlikely without LRA changes
Despite an accord reached last week between the department of mineral resources (DMR), the Chamber of Mines and certain trade unions
26 Feb 2013 - P. C.
Corruption and its nasty family Bribery and corruption are as old as sharing bread
News reports recently alleged that the hosting of the Fifa World Cup in South Africa in 2010, or at least the preparations for it, led to large private-sector construction companies engaging in corruption
15 Feb 2013 - P. C.
Corruption in construction Construction industry comes crumbling down
South Africa’s construction industry has fallen under scrutiny with reports that top firms rigged contracts worth at least R30 billion, including those for Soccer City in Johannesburg
12 Feb 2013 - P. V. R.




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