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Increase in thresholds for exemption of employer-provided bursaries

On 8 July 2016, the National Treasury released the draft Taxation Laws Amendment Bill 2016 (TLAB). The TLAB aims to give effect to the various tax proposals announced in the 2016 National Budget...

By Mark Morgan and Gigi Nyanin 1 day ago

How to bridge the education-workplace gap

Many graduates approach the "new chapter in their career" with enthusiasm, but are often shocked when they encounter the reality and challenges on applying their "knowledge" in practice...

By Rashied Small and Liezl Leleu 1 day ago

Do you want to be a forex trader?

Khonology has once again launched its FX trader programme in search of local junior FX traders...

22 Jul 2016

Woolworths' 'Inside Retail' programme reaches 32 TVET colleges

Woolworths recently hosted its annual 'Inside Retail' programme, targeting 32 TVET colleges in Cape Town through a week-long, embedded course aimed at providing practical experience and knowledge of the retail value chain in South Africa...

19 Jul 2016

Mentorship programme instils confidence in youth

Being part of the Nzalo Mentorship Programme has instilled confidence in 19-year-old Grace Mbebuwa, who aspires to be a prosecutor...

18 Jul 2016

The Training and Development Show Africa 2016

The Training and Development Show Africa presents an ideal opportunity to share ideas, gain insight into the trends and challenges buyers face and the opportunities that lie within this market...

Issued by Terrapinn Limited 15 Jul 2016

The changing learning and development landscape

Disruptive change is sweeping through corporate learning and development! Take your organisation to the next level by attending the Learning and Development Conference 2016 for learning leaders in Africa...

Issued by Knowledge Resources 15 Jul 2016

'Fees Must Fall' campaign: Consequences for the job market

Whatever your position on the 'Fees Must Fall' campaign, begun 2015 and extended vibrantly into 2016, there is one irrefutable fact that stares us in the face. And that is, South Africa needs educated people...

Issued by Ayanda Mbanga 14 Jul 2016

Company identity and your start-up: how to cultivate a winning culture

Culture - it can make or break an otherwise viable business. It's that personality that drives performance, that special something that draws people to want to be part of an organisation...

By Harry Welby-Cooke 14 Jul 2016

What marketers really want

While there is no doubt that modern marketing has evolved, the question is: have marketing skills evolved with it..?

By Danette Breitenbach 13 Jul 2016

Marriott growth creates opportunities for unemployed youth

There are in fact numerous opportunities for South Africans to find work. And one company is looking to create up to 25,000 new jobs for those willing to travel...

11 Jul 2016

Tshwane skills programme targets the youth

When Nteseng Mogorosi finished matric in 2004, he always knew that he wanted to be in business because he believed it would give him the freedom to own his life...

7 Jul 2016

How to disagree with someone more powerful than you

Most people tend to avoid disagreements in the workplace and even more so with a senior colleague. We often assume that disagreeing is going to damage our relationship or career, when in fact the consequences are often less dramatic than we envision...

By Helene Vermaak 6 Jul 2016

Multi-pronged remedy for youth unemployment

The unpreparedness of youth for employment coupled with the unrealistic expectations is adding to the problem of youth unemployment...

6 Jul 2016

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