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Return on investment for bursaries calls for holistic support
Return on investment for bursaries calls for holistic supportArticle

The return on investment (ROI) for bursary support must address the high drop-out rate of first years through offerings of holistic student support...

Chantelle Oosthuizen, Issued by Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation 1 day ago

Basa Awards 2021 entries open
Basa Awards 2021 entries openArticle

Entries are open for the 24th Annual Basa (Business and Arts South Africa) Awards partnered by Hollard...

Issued by Business and Arts South Africa 1 day ago

Doing good is good for business: How brand purpose can steer your sustainability journey in Africa
Doing good is good for business: How brand purpose can steer your sustainability journey in AfricaArticle

Here's how Kantar will help you authentically solve the value-action gap and guide you along your brand's sustainable transformation journey...

Adeola Tejumola, Issued by Kantar 3 days ago

Sihamba Ngo Layini
Sihamba Ngo LayiniArticle

"When reviewing our performance over the past year in considering the on-air lineup for 2021-2022, the analogy of 'If it's not broken, why fix it?' was appropriate," says Mimi Kesaris, head of programming at Gagasi FM...

Issued by Gagasi FM 3 May 2021

Food Lover's launches Hunger Month as millions remain food insecure
Food Lover's launches Hunger Month as millions remain food insecureArticle

Food Lover's Market is launching its fifth Hunger Month campaign this May, encouraging consumers to contribute a meal to FoodForward SA by purchasing partner products...

30 Apr 2021

Saint-Gobain SA makes long-term commitment to Mvelaphanda Primary School
Saint-Gobain SA makes long-term commitment to Mvelaphanda Primary SchoolArticle

Having previously invested in Mvelaphanda Primary over a number of years, Saint-Gobain SA has now undertaken a five-year long-term project with the school...

23 Apr 2021

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More coal-fired power or 100% renewables? For the next few decades, both paths are wrongArticle

The big question facing Australia's National Electricity Market is how to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 without disrupted energy supplies or skyrocketing prices....

22 Apr 2021

See: Clover Mama Afrika appoints its 48th Mama
See: Clover Mama Afrika appoints its 48th MamaGallery

Clover Mama Afrika, Clover's corporate investment project aimed at upskilling Mama Afrikas all over South Africa, has appointed Mama Kedibone Miyambo of Moepathutse Children Centre in Hammanskraal as its 48th Mama Afrika. The CSI initiative started in 2004 and has since hosted 426 training sessions with over 2,261 beneficiaries. See the gallery below.

22 Apr 2021

Professor Fergal O'Brien
New biomaterial regrows blood vessels and boneArticle

A new biomaterial that regrows blood vessels and bone could provide a single-stage approach when repairing large bone defects...

21 Apr 2021

How to generate content for your small business
How to generate content for your small businessArticle

There are many challenges businesses could face when it comes to building a brand on social media...

Rucien Petersen 21 Apr 2021

Why CSI should go to organisations that measure their impact
Why CSI should go to organisations that measure their impactArticle

The main objective of CSI should be to implement meaningful programmes that have a positive, sustainable and measurable impact on communities...

21 Apr 2021

Turn your media spend into a meaningful contribution to society
Turn your media spend into a meaningful contribution to societyArticle

All advertising has some sort of purpose after all, writes Greg Stewart...

Greg Stewart 20 Apr 2021

Awaken your senses with the unique Creation Sensation wine pairing
Awaken your senses with the unique Creation Sensation wine pairingArticle

Award-winning Creation Wine Farm in the beautiful Hemel 'n Aarde Valley has always offered unique and exciting wine and food pairings, however, the latest pairing, The Sensation Pairing, might be the most thoughtful and unique yet.

Ruth Cooper 19 Apr 2021

Bigger Than Me partners with Box Smart Media and Hashtag Our Stories
Bigger Than Me partners with Box Smart Media and Hashtag Our StoriesArticle

Bigger Than Me, Box Smart Media and Hashtag Our Stories have partnered together to educate local brands on how to authentically connect with their audience with social impact marketing...

16 Apr 2021

Public-private partnerships to provide nutritional food to communities
Public-private partnerships to provide nutritional food to communitiesArticle

The International Potato Centre has been working with small commercial food processing companies in several African countries to introduce orange-fleshed sweet potatoes puree as a highly nutritious and cost-effective ingredient in the food industry...

15 Apr 2021

#StartupStory: Just Exists... to tell genuine African brand stories
#StartupStory: Just Exists... to tell genuine African brand storiesArticle

Just Exists was formed to showcase local talents and bridge the gap between disenfranchised youth creatives and corporates, making a tangible impact in their potential career paths and creating memorable work in the process...

Jessica Tennant 9 Apr 2021

Unemployed graduate? Become a mentor for JSE Investment Challenge
Unemployed graduate? Become a mentor for JSE Investment ChallengeArticle

Through its flagship CSI programme, the Investment Challenge, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) is giving unemployed graduates the chance to become mentors or catalyst teachers as part of their personal development, while giving back to their communities...

7 Apr 2021

Unleashing the power of the collective: Relay effort needed to solve youth unemployment
Unleashing the power of the collective: Relay effort needed to solve youth unemploymentArticle

The pandemic has picked an existing wound in our country's socio-economic skin. Stats SA recently reported that the youth unemployment rate in the country had increased...

Nkosinathi Mahlangu 7 Apr 2021

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MoU boosts welding sector's technology credentialsArticle

A new technology and data sharing collaboration between the Southern African Institute of Welding (SAIW) and the CSIR will develop the role of welding in the fourth industrial revolution

1 Apr 2021

Sustainability, it's in the details
Sustainability, it's in the detailsArticle

Small wins across a wide range of areas can have a big impact...

Mai Youssef 31 Mar 2021

For now, only those who can afford it will be able to escape the power cuts. Shutterstock/ Arnold Petersen
Why South Africa's electricity blackouts are set to continue for the next five yearsArticle

South Africa is once more experiencing periodic power cuts. These typically take the form of scheduled supply interruptions, for two to four hours a day, whenever the country's electricity system is overloaded.

31 Mar 2021

Knowledge-sharing workshop explores equal representation in SA cities
Knowledge-sharing workshop explores equal representation in SA citiesArticle

Moving Cape Town from a colonial city into an equitable and celebrated multi-cultural future, so that all people may see their histories and memories represented, was the theme of a milestone knowledge-sharing workshop held on 27 March 2021...

30 Mar 2021

Have your say on draft climate change NDC
Have your say on draft climate change NDCArticle

Minister of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, Barbara Creecy, has officially launched South Africa's updated draft Nationally Determined Contribution for public consultation...

30 Mar 2021

Surviving as an NPO during a pandemic - why collaboration is king
Surviving as an NPO during a pandemic - why collaboration is kingArticle

A year has passed since South Africa went into a hard lockdown to manage the Covid-19 pandemic. The implications have been severe and will be felt for quite some time, NPOs know this better than most...

30 Mar 2021

Basa Assembly draws creative and business sectors together
Basa Assembly draws creative and business sectors togetherArticle

Complex conversations and the stirrings of systemic change were the hallmarks of the inaugural Business and Arts South Africa (Basa) Assembly held from 24-26 March 2021...

Issued by Business and Arts South Africa 30 Mar 2021

Day 2 of Basa Assembly gives voice to our artists
Day 2 of Basa Assembly gives voice to our artistsArticle

Day two of Basa Assembly gave our local artists the opportunity to offer their perspective on the creative economy, particularly how the current landscape of the sector may limit the critical scope needed for sustainability...

Issued by Business and Arts South Africa 29 Mar 2021

East Coast Radio and Toys R Us Babies R Us reveal upgraded Langalibalele Primary School in KZN
East Coast Radio and Toys R Us Babies R Us reveal upgraded Langalibalele Primary School in KZNArticle

East Coast Radio, together with Toys R Us Babies R Us, have unveiled the new and improved Langalibalele Primary School...

Issued by East Coast Radio 26 Mar 2021

The Inyanda-Roodeplaat wind farm site in the Eastern Cape, taken from the cover of an Environmental Impact Report.
Controversial Watsons' wind farm approval overturned on reviewArticle

In an about-turn, DEFF has refused environmental authorisation for a controversial wind farm in the mountains near Uitenhage...

John Yeld 24 Mar 2021

Lit lineup for Basa Assembly
Lit lineup for Basa AssemblyArticle

Business and Arts South Africa NPC (Basa) and the British Council Southern Africa Arts have announced the programme lineup for their joint venture Assembly...

Issued by Business and Arts South Africa 23 Mar 2021

How Covid-19 has prompted an unprecedented global giving culture
How Covid-19 has prompted an unprecedented global giving cultureArticle

Covid-19 has laid bare the social divide. It's also prompted an unprecedented global giving culture, says Neptal Khoza, head: corporate social investment at Capitec Bank...

17 Mar 2021

JSE Investment Challenge 2021 kicks off - registration still open
JSE Investment Challenge 2021 kicks off - registration still openArticle

The 2021 edition of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) Investment Challenge officially kicked off this week - but it's not too late to register...

16 Mar 2021

Nation Builder to launch new impact management reporting guideline for social impact sector
Nation Builder to launch new impact management reporting guideline for social impact sectorArticle

Nation Builder plans to launch a free standardised impact management reporting guideline with the aim of helping non-profit organisations (NPOs) and social investors align better and measure the impact of their efforts and investments more effectively...

16 Mar 2021

The battle of the banks hits a high in digital Covid economy
The battle of the banks hits a high in digital Covid economyArticle

Banks responded rapidly and empathetically to their account holders' financial crisis when the country went into hard lockdown around this time last year...

15 Mar 2021

How technology offers a very real solution to SA's aging water infrastructure
How technology offers a very real solution to SA's aging water infrastructureArticle

In the wake of National Water Week, the spotlight is again placed on the country's water infrastructure and its numerous challenges. Here's how tech can help...

Jacques Squire 15 Mar 2021

Rotary International celebrates 100 years in Africa with CSI showcase
Rotary International celebrates 100 years in Africa with CSI showcaseArticle

This year Rotary International is celebrating 100 years in Africa. The Zone 22 Rotary Africa Centennial International Conference will take place virtually...

15 Mar 2021

Why CSI isn't where corporates should be skimping when it comes to budget cuts
Why CSI isn't where corporates should be skimping when it comes to budget cutsArticle

When asked what the reality on the ground is for NPOs after a year of Covid-19 and lockdowns of all levels, CSI group manager for Momentum Metropolitan...

8 Mar 2021

#BehindtheBrandManager launches on Bizcommunity
#BehindtheBrandManager launches on BizcommunityArticle

Being acknowledged and appreciated is everything and this April it's the turn of brand managers on Biz...

Issued by Bizcommunity.com 22 Feb 2021

The pandemic of the missing middle
The pandemic of the missing middleArticle

One pandemic has been with us for several years, and if we do not make concerted efforts to address it, it will continue to plague us for many years to come. It is the pandemic of the 'missing middle'...

Morné du Toit, Issued by SAICA 16 Feb 2021

Markham's 'Help! Don't Harm' campaign raises R500k for Sonke Gender Justice
Markham's 'Help! Don't Harm' campaign raises R500k for Sonke Gender JusticeArticle

Following President Cyril Ramaphosa call last year for a collaborative effort in the fight against gender-based violence (GBV), Markham amplified its ongoing efforts...

Issued by TFG (The Foschini Group) 15 Feb 2021

Impala donates additional ventilators to Rustenburg communities
Impala donates additional ventilators to Rustenburg communitiesArticle

The ventilators will be placed in the Department of Health's Job Shimankana Tabane and Moses Kotane Hospitals...

11 Feb 2021

Data scientist Palesa Molukanele joins Wunderman Thompson SA
Data scientist Palesa Molukanele joins Wunderman Thompson SAArticle

Digital specialist, skilled in business intelligence and data analytics, Palesa Molukanele joined the Wunderman Thompson SA team this month as head of data...

Issued by Wunderman Thompson 5 Feb 2021

How much are you worth?
How much are you worth?Article

While we may use various ways to see what our value is according to our relevance to things or other people, there are statistics that show just how much a value of a life costs in South Africa...

Issued by MiWayLife 2 Feb 2021

AI can deepen social inequality. Here are 5 ways to help prevent this
AI can deepen social inequality. Here are 5 ways to help prevent thisArticle

From Google searches and dating sites to detecting credit card fraud, AI keeps finding new ways to creep into our lives...

Tiberio Caetano and Bill Simpson-Young 22 Jan 2021

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Cape Town wants to break free from its dependence on EskomArticle

Another five-day round of load shedding has strengthened the City of Cape Town's resolve to break free from its reliance on Eskom as its main source of electricity supply...

21 Jan 2021

Embrace the 'inclusion revolution'
Embrace the 'inclusion revolution'Article

Given that 70% of consumers prefer to buy from brands that are inclusive, marketers are embracing the "inclusion revolution" by means of ad campaigns, social content and CSI initiatives...

Nicky Brand 14 Jan 2021

Trialogue survey reveals most-liked employee volunteering initiatives
Trialogue survey reveals most-liked employee volunteering initiativesArticle

According to a Trialogue survey, carried out for its 23rd annual Trialogue Business in Society Handbook, three-quarters of participating large companies had an employee volunteering programme...

14 Jan 2021

Re-engaging and reimagining the SA sponsorship industry
Re-engaging and reimagining the SA sponsorship industryArticle

The statement "we are not having fun together right now" really describes the current reality in the leisure activities, sport, entertainment and live events space...

Judith Mugeni 13 Jan 2021

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