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Episode 84: Agency focus - Source

Date: 2 Apr 2014
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Episode 82: An African Path to Success & Effective Measure

Date: 24 Feb 2014 | Time: 39:00min
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Episode 81: Conn Bertish and Cairo

Date: 14 Feb 2014 | Time: 44:44min
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State pension fund gets new board, six months late

The Government Employees Pension Fund - shaken in recent months by internal feuding‚ a succession of disciplinary procedures and the suspension of its principal executive officer - is finally getting a new board six months after the term of the last board ended.

By Carol Paton 17 Apr 2014 08:15

Employment equity report 'disappointing and superficial'

The 14th report of the Commission for Employment Equity is a disappointing and superficial document that will do little to promote the real development of South Africa's human resources‚ the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry said on Tuesday (15 April)

By Bekezela Phakathi 16 Apr 2014 09:57

Discovery's Gore buys R103m New York pad

Adrian Gore, Founder and Chief Executive of South Africa's largest private medical aid scheme, does not believe in doing things in half measures.

By Impiwe Piliso 14 Apr 2014 11:45

Will Telkom's turnaround work?

It seems Telkom's Chief Executive Sipho Maseko has let slip its turnaround strategy but the big question is whether it can work.

By Gugu Lourie 14 Apr 2014 09:40

North West increases funding for traditional leaders

While the North West province struggles to provide services for its residents, provincial premier, Thandi Modise has confirmed that the provincial government has increased funding by almost threefold for traditional leaders from R9.9m to R27m for the 2014/15 financial year.

14 Apr 2014 08:29

Telkom's Maseko baulks at order to attend course

Telkom has instructed its lawyers to write a letter to the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) demanding clarity on its decision that the group's Chief Executive‚ Sipho Maseko‚ attend a corporate governance and director's duties course.

By Thabiso Mochiko 11 Apr 2014 11:07

Only 1 in 5 South African executives are black says Mildred

South Africa's workplaces are still heavily racially skewed 20 years after the fall of apartheid, with only one fifth of top executive positions held by blacks, said a report published this week.

11 Apr 2014 06:03

Job equity 'no threat to minorities'

Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant reassured critics of the controversial draft regulations on employment equity that proposed guidelines for quotas would not prejudice coloureds and Indians.

11 Apr 2014 05:49

What does a good boss look like?

We speak about good bosses and bad bosses all the time... okay, no wait, we actually only speak about bad bosses all the time.

By Chemory Gunko 11 Apr 2014 05:20

Stereotyping employees is counter-productive to success

Employers worldwide are faced with the question of how to juggle the demands and expectations of the incoming millennial workforce without alienating the baby boomers - thereby losing their valuable knowledge and experience.

By Natalie Maroun 10 Apr 2014 13:07

Telkom plans to cut R1bn in costs a year

Telkom aims to cut R1bn in costs every year for the next five years as it restructures its business to revive its fortunes and unlock shareholder value‚ chief executive Sipho Maseko said.

By Thabiso Mochiko 10 Apr 2014 09:58

Tsenoli condemns Bloemhof protests

Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Lechesa Tsenoli has strongly condemned the violent protests in Boitumelong, Bloemhof, in the North West.

10 Apr 2014 08:58

Minister tackles discrimination at work

Labour Minister Mildred Oliphant says despite the fact that South Africa has come a long way in the past 20 years of democracy, more needs to be done to change attitudes to end discrimination in the workplace.

10 Apr 2014 08:33

SA business leaders rate humour as a less important trait than global peers

South African executives remain a pretty gloomy bunch‚ with Grant Thornton's latest report on business leadership trends showing that general humour and modesty are considered by senior management to be the least important to good leadership.

By Evan Pickworth 10 Apr 2014 05:38

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