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Solidarity asks MTN to find alternative to layoffs
Solidarity asks MTN to find alternative to layoffs

MTN has defended its retrenchment plans‚ which has been criticised by the trade union Solidarity and says the process was partly to review the cost structure of operations in South Africa‚ and allow the company to deliver on strategic investments and product innovation.

By Samuel Mungadze 27 Aug 2014 10:01

Empowering women is vital for Africa's development
Empowering women is vital for Africa's development

The Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Fatima Chohan says the under-representation of women in social, political and economic spheres must be resolved if Africa is to develop.

26 Aug 2014 08:04

Activity Based Working gets the most out of office space
Activity Based Working gets the most out of office space

The conservation of office space has not been a major issue in SA, as it has in Europe, but South African companies are beginning to reconsider the way they work and design their office spaces not only to ensure that they optimise every inch of space they have, but to also make sure that the space is working smartly and enhancing productivity.

25 Aug 2014 11:39

Women to the fore!

The CA(SA) is becoming a powerful vehicle for gender transformation in South Africa.

25 Aug 2014 10:39

Muthambi says SA women are pioneers of economic emancipation
Muthambi says SA women are pioneers of economic emancipation

Communications Minister, Faith Muthambi, claims women have shown courage in pioneering economic emancipation in southern Africa and beyond.

By More Matshediso 25 Aug 2014 08:35

Women key to rural food production
Women key to rural food production

Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF), Senzeni Zokwana, says the contribution made by women in the farming sector cannot be under-estimated as this is how they put food on the table for their families.

By More Matshediso 25 Aug 2014 07:52

Mud schools: SAHRC report dismissed as "misleading"
Mud schools: SAHRC report dismissed as "misleading"

The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has dismissed a report that says it will take at least nine years to eradicate mud schools in the country as 'inaccurate, misleading and unhelpful".

25 Aug 2014 07:19

Minister, provincial, municipal leaders told to fix infrastructure problems
Minister, provincial, municipal leaders told to fix infrastructure problems

President Jacob Zuma has told Ministers, Premiers and Mayors, who are part of the Presidential Infrastructure Coordinating Commission (PICC), that they must jointly develop a problem-solving culture and fix infrastructure problems facing South Africa.

21 Aug 2014 07:15

New 'generation star' Matona to keeps lights on
New 'generation star' Matona to keeps lights on

The Director General of the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE) Tshediso Matona is Eskom's new Chief Executive Officer and his appointment has been confirmed by Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown.

21 Aug 2014 06:48

Payroll fraud costs SA more than cash-in-transit heists
Payroll fraud costs SA more than cash-in-transit heists

Payroll fraud hurts the bottom-line at many South African businesses, with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) suffering the most from this form of white-collar crime.

20 Aug 2014 11:40

Six years in jail for selling fake birth certificates
Six years in jail for selling fake birth certificates

The Department of Home Affairs has welcomed the conviction and sentence handed to Sanele Zungu, a former senior administration officer at the Melmoth Local Office of the department in KwaZulu-Natal.

20 Aug 2014 07:44

Grovel, grovel, Telkom's in trouble
Grovel, grovel, Telkom's in trouble

There's a story about Jacques Schindehütte, Telkom's devil-may-care former finance boss, that provides a measure of the man.

By Rob Rose 19 Aug 2014 06:56

Business continuity management: Do you have a plan?
Business continuity management: Do you have a plan?

Many business continuity or disaster recovery plans are in place that have taken hours of people's time and input to produce, but the plan is just a paper document if it has not been tested; and, furthermore, it just represents a theoretical recovery capability unless the solution is implemented and the people involved understand their roles and responsibilities in executing the plan and have tested it.

18 Aug 2014 12:18

Maties Business School is best place for an MBA
Maties Business School is best place for an MBA

The University of Stellenbosch Business School has been rated the best in SA for MBA and MBL degrees for the third consecutive year.

By Samarah Lagerdien 18 Aug 2014 12:04

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