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This Human Rights Day, Manpower South Africa Lyndy van den Barselaar states that one human right that is vital to addressing many economic and social issues is that of continual education and upskilling.
LaunchLab Drives Breakthrough Innovation In Stellenbosch University Water & Waste Management Challenge
To kick it off, the Nedbank Stellenbosch University LaunchLab is hosting a Challenge Workshop on 23 March.
South Africa has been named one of sub-Saharan Africa’s entrepreneurial frontrunners, after a global report placed the country in second place, after African counterpart Botswana.
Businesses across various industries are looking for innovation to grow, compete and transform in the fast-growing digital economy. It is against this backdrop that Accenture (NYSE: ACN) and partners, Transunion and The Da Vinci Institute, today launched the annual Innovation Index 2017, themed “Ignite Ingenuity”.
For the past decade the Tomorrow’s Leaders Convention has been proud to play its part in connecting the leaders of tomorrow with today’s leaders as well as South Africa’s other young future leaders.
Opportunities for job seekers are expected to be strongest in the TRANSPORT, STORAGE & COMMUNICATIONS sector; and weakest within the MINING & QUARRYING sector. Provincially, employers in the Western Cape report the strongest hiring intentions for the second quarter of the year, while employers within Gauteng report the weakest hiring intentions.
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) Business School today hosted a panel discussion with US and South African economists in academia to unpack the impact of recent developments in foreign, trade and economic policy.
Those interested in participating in the Wits Campus Personal Navigator Challenge can submit their entries before applications close on the extended deadline of Friday, 24 March 2017.
South African entrepreneurs across all sectors have the opportunity to share their views and make their voices heard in the country’s largest entrepreneurial survey, The State of Entrepreneurship in South Africa 2017 - The Entrepreneur's View.
‘GURUS’, a new series of high-impact interviews with premier league business thought leaders, filmed in South Africa, will premier tonight, Thursday 2nd March 2017, 21:15 Central African Time (CAT) on CNBC Africa (DStv channel 410, StarTimes channel 309, Can
Training workshops at the Small Business Expo, co-located with the #BuyaBusiness Expo, at the TicketPro Dome in Johannesburg from 31 August – 2 September.
With five categories, entrepreneurs from emerging to small and medium businesses can enter.
Against a challenging global and South African fiscal backdrop, the Minister of Finance articulated a balanced budget which maintains the country’s spending commitments whilst at the same time, supporting its long-term fiscal sustainability.
Here are some of the highlights and what they will mean for the country’s Small & Medium Businesses.
Budget Speech 2017/18 cushions the blows of a weak economy for the poor and asks the wealthy to pay more.
Tax expert and Director of Legislation at Sage, Rob Cooper has this to say about the Minster’s statement yesterday.
The new $1 million fund is open to non-profits in Africa with enterprising ideas to help improve the lives of military veterans, young people or women and girls.
Rob Cooper, Tax Expert and Director of Legislation at Sage, gives his expert opinion on the matter of the National Minimum Wage, as the Deputy President signed a National Minimum Wage Agreement into existence on 8 February this year. Rob looks forward to what Minister Pravin Gordhan will have to say on the matter.
Combine digital disruption with the work culture of the millennial generation and it’s easy to see why.