Conrad Bayer
Olymp Trade: an easy way to earn money on financial markets for beginners and professionals
Options are of course easier than classic forex-trading. But to declare that this is just a super simple and easy way of making money is very reckless. I spend three months learning how to trade and was building my system, the same amount of time I trained to get a stable income. It is good that Olymp has a free demo. Plus I learned something during the webinars. My advise for all newbies to be ready from the start to work hard – if you are waiting for that money will fall out on you on day one, you can be deeply disappointed.
Posted on 25 Apr 2019 15:52
Anonymous
Equal pay is not a demand - it's a right
I, as a male, am not equal to my colleagues who is of the same gender. What is impoerant is gender fairness. WE should work toward making the working environment fair to both males and females. Hopefully, we may see some positive results.
Posted on 25 Apr 2019 13:19
Anonymous
PRISA mourns passing of former president Ronel Rensburg
Shocking! May her soul Rest in Peace
Posted on 25 Apr 2019 12:20
Anjali Sharma
Anjali Sharma
Digital marketing strategy for health and wellness businesses
Nowdays, Health Wellness and technology have merged perfectly. Digital marketing is the ideal solution for the wellness and health products. As the audience have become more tech-savy so it better to market health and wellness digitally and gain online presence. I am glad that you have published such article which might encourage wellness firms to growth their business online. I have read couple of good similar blogs with detailed info. Check this link and let me know your feedback. http://bit.ly/2UHVYwM
Posted on 25 Apr 2019 09:38
Elena Jon
Elena Jon
Supporting young, local entrepreneurs and start-up businesses
There are many law writing firms with much lower prices as well as much higher prices. Though, they are of a no match to LawWriting based on criteria which mainly include quality, delivery, Plagiarism, revision, and support.
Posted on 25 Apr 2019 06:42
Nathan Davidson
Nathan Davidson
Blockchain systems are tracking food safety and origins
I never would have thought that Blockchain could have been used for verification methods such as this. But it really seems quite excessive in terms of the measures that people have to take in order to verify that their produce is real! Then again, the alternative of consuming fake products is worse....
Posted on 25 Apr 2019 04:06
Michael Maloney
Michael Maloney
Global study identifies success factors to improve daily travel
A greater population of residents worldwide are turning to public transportation in view of global green efforts that are currently ongoing. This has caused quite a stir on an international scale as to how sustainable transportation can be achieved and promoted. The whole process obviously requires time and a lot of work but with immense participation, nothing is impossible.
Posted on 25 Apr 2019 03:53
Mark Sindone
Mark Sindone
Airbus trials shore-to-ship drone deliveries
Considering the size of drones that are available, I wouldn't be surprised if people who were off-shore could actually even order take away up to the rigs. I mean it's a long shot, but I'm sure that it will be possible in the future at some point in time. Lots of people in that line of work can rejoice then!
Posted on 25 Apr 2019 03:26
Anonymous
PRISA mourns passing of former president Ronel Rensburg
A great loss to the profession and to all who knew her and benefitted from her enormous knowledge and talent. A very sad day. The passing of an era indeed.
Posted on 25 Apr 2019 02:20
Bruce Middleton
Bruce Middleton
The press release is dead; long live the press release
Hello Gerhard. I have been running and online newspaper for almost 10 years and have published about 50 000 articles. Out of pure frustration, I wrote an article a while back that covers the more technical aspects that annoys journalists and editors. Let me know if I can send it to you.
Posted on 24 Apr 2019 18:47
Anonymous
Woolworths to open more 'plastic bag free' stores
Great news!
Posted on 24 Apr 2019 13:34
Anonymous
H&M to launch collab with SA fashion label Mantsho
H&M feeling guilty for their 'Coolest monkey in the jungle' disaster, trying to make right. We see you H&M
Posted on 24 Apr 2019 12:28
Mark Sindone
Mark Sindone
Serco enhances driver training at Coca-Cola
It's nice to see that Coca Cola is doing something about even the little guys at the bottom of the chain. That little bit of training will help them be a lot more versatile for work in the event they move on to somewhere else.
Posted on 24 Apr 2019 08:05
Mark Sindone
Mark Sindone
Commercial aviation focuses on three moving targets
Every business needs to know the exact direction that they are heading to and focus on that path. It all depends on what they aim to achieve at the end of the day as well as how capable they are within that field. If they do not have a sense of direction, it might be tough to create progress.
Posted on 24 Apr 2019 07:40
Anonymous
How 4IR will benefit South Africa (Part 1)
I would not deny the changes labelled 4IR are coming fast, but I would deny that it is a revolution. So-called technology revolutions are full of mistaken claims. For example, "The First Industrial Revolution was powered by steam, while the Second Industrial Revolution was ignited by the power of electricity. " This is an interesting concept, considering that electricity today is - for the most part - just a means of moving steam energy around. Undoubtedly, being able to move steam around as electricity has had a huge impact on society. Ultimately though, it is still steam. Is moving steam around by another means a revolution? Saying so makes a lot of assumptions about changes being technology driven, but a lot of the changes in the past 100 years have also involved social changes, political changes, etc. Furthermore, there are a lot of things in this article that would not be things I would consider benefits. If the only reason we behave better is because we are watched by connected cameras, the we are a sad and lost society. That is not a revolution, it is a disaster. A revolution will improve the lives of people around the world. There is not yet any evidence that the so-called 4IR will do that, and plenty of risk that it will entrenche old inequalities. For sure, we should be using these changes to grow our economy, but propagating the 4IR hype is just passing on marketing nonsense. We can do better.
Posted on 23 Apr 2019 09:16
Naina Patil
School of IT
yes, its good.
Posted on 23 Apr 2019 07:56
Emma Thomas
3 eyewear trends seen at AFI Fashion Week
I like Moozlie and her glasses.
Posted on 22 Apr 2019 12:48
Emma Thomas
H&M to launch collab with SA fashion label Mantsho
H&M is one of my favorite brand.
Posted on 22 Apr 2019 11:12
Udy Regan
Udy Regan
Airbus to introduce 'Connected Experience' platform
All of this interconnectivity is a bit creepy. I mean, I’m all for having a car that remembers my every exact preference, but what if someone else gets their hands on all that information and all that. This is the epitome of privacy loss. It's cool, but super dangerous.
Posted on 22 Apr 2019 09:06
Udy Regan
Udy Regan
RSSC deploys IoT solution with SAP Leonardo to improve logistics, water management
Every business anticipates a season where a huge plunge of demand would become visible. However, it isn't a platform for businesses to just laze around and wait for orders to pick up. Instead, they should take advantage of the situation to come up with counter strategies to win back customers.
Posted on 22 Apr 2019 08:37
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