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South Africa needs to scale its creative economy
South Africa needs to scale its creative economyArticle

If South Africa is to ever thrive, it needs to evolve and truly start to compete in the knowledge economy...

Glenn Gillis 7 hours ago

Mike Adsetts, deputy chief investment office, Momentum Investments
A systematic approach to ESG investing imperative to manage costly trade offsArticle

With Covid-19 having accelerated the need for socio-economic development, sustainability and societal impact continue to gain traction and recognition among the investment management and investor communities alike...

3 days ago

International Equal Pay Day, the most ludicrous day of all
International Equal Pay Day, the most ludicrous day of allArticle

Friday, 18 September, is International Equal Pay Day, the most ludicrous day on the global calendar. How can it be that in the year 2020 some people continue to earn more because of their gender or race?

Onyi Nwaneri 3 days ago

Green homes - features that add investment value
Green homes - features that add investment valueArticle

Investing the money in environmentally friendly enhancements for a home is not only a way to protect the environment and save on monthly energy costs...

Adrian Goslett 17 Sep 2020

Level 1: Alcohol industry concerned about off-consumption restrictions
Level 1: Alcohol industry concerned about off-consumption restrictionsArticle

South Africa's alcohol industry welcomed last night's announcement by the government to place the entire country on Alert Level 1, but raised concerns about the continued restrictions for off-consumption sales...

17 Sep 2020

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The rise of cancel cultureArticle

Tyrone Van Heerden, head of strategy at Iris, looks into the continuous trend of the cancel culture, the impact that it has on brands and how communications professionals can try and reduce the risk...

Tyrone Van Heerden 17 Sep 2020

What's the limit for free speech? Concourt to hear Qwelane case
What's the limit for free speech? Concourt to hear Qwelane caseArticle

Civil society organisations have made court submissions on both sides of the debate...

Tania Broughton 16 Sep 2020

Residential property shift sees sellers extend buying pool internationally
Residential property shift sees sellers extend buying pool internationallyArticle

With no international travel permitted during the Covid-19 lockdown, properties in sought-after areas such as Camp's Bay and the Atlantic seaboard are now listed at a steal, says Grant Smee, MD of Only Realty...

16 Sep 2020

4 awards for City Lodge Hotels!
4 awards for City Lodge Hotels!Article

Guests have voted four hotels in the City Lodge Hotel Group as their favourites on Tripadvisor. Fairview Hotel and City Lodge Hotel at Two Rivers Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, Courtyard Hotel Port Elizabeth and City Lodge Hotel Lynnwood in Pretoria...

Issued by City Lodge Hotel 15 Sep 2020

Why companies need to create an employee value proposition
Why companies need to create an employee value propositionArticle

The paradigm in the 'war for talent' has changed. Employers are no longer in the driver's seat when it comes to seeking talent. Today's employees want jobs that are meaningful, have a purpose, and are rewarding...

14 Sep 2020

The right property price matters - here's how to get it right
The right property price matters - here's how to get it rightArticle

While some sellers believe listing the property price higher than the market average is the best strategy because it allows for downward negotiation, it is rare that this strategy works, says Michelle Cohen, principal at Leapfrog Johannesburg North East...

14 Sep 2020

Impact of remote working, changing office market could be far-reaching
Impact of remote working, changing office market could be far-reachingArticle

Ever since the Covid-19 hard lockdowns began in all seriousness across the world earlier this year, the world has been abuzz with talk of how the crisis has changed the world...

John Loos 14 Sep 2020

ConCourt judgment clarifies contractual fairness
ConCourt judgment clarifies contractual fairnessArticle

An issue, which has been shrouded in uncertainty in South African contract law, is when courts may refuse to enforce valid contractual terms on the basis that it considers that enforcement would be unfair, unreasonable or unduly harsh. The Constitutional Court in the case of Beadica 231 CC and Others v Trustees for the time being of Oregon Trust, has finally offered some clarity...

Rishal Bipraj 11 Sep 2020

Covid-19 threatens the South African potato industry
Covid-19 threatens the South African potato industryArticle

The South African potato industry is under threat due to a surplus of frozen and processed potato products in Europe. This surplus is a result of a decreased demand brought on by the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic...

11 Sep 2020

Consumer attitudes towards fuel loyalty programmes in SA
Consumer attitudes towards fuel loyalty programmes in SAArticle

The average South African consumer sees loyalty programmes as valuable and as an economic benefit, and are generally committed to such programmes...

Marius Wait 10 Sep 2020

#OnTheBigScreen: 'Unhinged', 'Mulan' and 'The King of Staten Island'
#OnTheBigScreen: 'Unhinged', 'Mulan' and 'The King of Staten Island'Article

Three films enter the South African box office this week: Unhinged, Mulan and The King of Staten Island...

Daniel Dercksen 10 Sep 2020

TBCSA appeals to government to reopen international boarders safely
TBCSA appeals to government to reopen international boarders safelyArticle

As a top export earner and high employment creator for low to semi-skilled workers, tourism has the best potential to reignite South Africa's economy quickly. International tourism can reopen safely, but it requires an enabling environment, which includes the reopening of international borders, an improved visa regime, air access and better safety for tourists...

9 Sep 2020

Can an employee be dismissed for lodging a false grievance?
Can an employee be dismissed for lodging a false grievance?Article

Dismissing an employee for lodging a false grievance does not amount to an automatically unfair dismissal...

Jacques van Wyk and Andre van Heerden 9 Sep 2020

The West Coast One wind farm near Vredenburg has operated since 2015. Environment minister Barbara Creecy says the wake effect on this facility of a proposed new neighbouring wind farm must be investigated before it can also be approved. Photo: John Yeld
Creecy upholds appeal against giant West Coast wind farmArticle

It is back to the drawing board for a giant new wind farm project on the West Coast, following an appeal decision by Environment Minister Barbara Creecy...

John Yeld 9 Sep 2020

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Contract mining clarification muddies the waterArticle

Proposed amendments to the Income Tax Act limiting capex deductions to mining right holders are likely to have negative consequences, particularly for the junior mining sector...

Shirleen Ritchie and Brian Dennehy 8 Sep 2020

Back to the Future with the new Toyota C-HR?
Back to the Future with the new Toyota C-HR?Article

This is no De Lorean, but I have to mention that the view from the back of the all-new Toyota C-HR is somewhat futuristic and mean looking...

Naresh Maharaj 8 Sep 2020

#OrchidsandOnions: A human look at Covid
#OrchidsandOnions: A human look at CovidArticle

Thinking about insurance: clever concept of 'rebooting' 2020; Simple aspirations of people who have seen the world turned upside down...

Brendan Seery 8 Sep 2020

#DoBizZA: Born in lockdown, 22Leather creates hand-crafted bags for all
#DoBizZA: Born in lockdown, 22Leather creates hand-crafted bags for allArticle

This September, we're putting the spotlight on all things local. So let's #DoBizZA and support and celebrate all things local...

Evan-Lee Courie 7 Sep 2020

Kommetjie's Imhoff Farm repositioned to provide mixed-use offering
Kommetjie's Imhoff Farm repositioned to provide mixed-use offeringArticle

Despite construction slowing down during the national Covid-19 lockdown, renovation and restoration work on the 277-year-old Imhoff Farm in Kommetjie progressed with several new retail offerings and attractions...

7 Sep 2020

Property investment: Exploring opportunity in adversity
Property investment: Exploring opportunity in adversityArticle

Paul Stevens, CEO of Just Property, weighs in on the property investment opportunities available in the current climate of low interest rates and recession...

7 Sep 2020

Invitation for high demand spectrum to be published soon, says ICASA
Invitation for high demand spectrum to be published soon, says ICASAArticle

According to ICASA, the Invitation to Apply (ITA) for both the Wireless Open Access Network (WOAN) and the International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) spectrum will be published no later than 30 September 2020...

4 Sep 2020

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Preparing your brand for the female consumer of 2030Article

Nicky Brand, senior business consultant at Acceleration writes that the women of 2030 will not be stereotyped and elaborates on research from Wunderman Thompson which identifies five emerging female archetypes for the modern marketer to consider...

Nicky Brand 4 Sep 2020

Mining and community engagement: the latest decision
Mining and community engagement: the latest decisionArticle

A recent decision of the Supreme Court of Appeal has clarified some issues relating to mining applications and consultation with affected communities...

Merlita Kennedy & Jared Ishmael 4 Sep 2020

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Influencer compensation: How money moves within the Nigerian influencer industryArticle

Gbenga Sogbaike, CEO at Plaqad comments on the state of influencer compensation in 2019/2020 based on a recent report - Influencer Compensation 2020...

Gbenga Sogbaike 4 Sep 2020

2021 school registration goes online in the Northern Cape
2021 school registration goes online in the Northern CapeArticle

The Northern Cape has launched its first user-friendly online schools registration system for 2021 admissions...

3 Sep 2020

JLL Q2 report notes positive outlook for SA industrial, warehousing sector
JLL Q2 report notes positive outlook for SA industrial, warehousing sectorArticle

According to JLL's latest South Africa Q2 Real Estate report, while the country is witnessing the easing of restrictions, the impact of Covid-19, coupled with economic pressures, continues to create challenges for most corporate real estate sectors...

3 Sep 2020

Maximising on-pack communications
Maximising on-pack communicationsArticle

A label helps consumers make purchasing decisions, improve their experience of the brand and the product, and ensures they remain safe when using the product. But what if a label could do a lot more?...

Issued by Pyrotec 2 Sep 2020

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The journey from influencers to digital-first influencer marketingArticle

Stephane Rogovsky, founder and CEO of R-Squared comments on how influencers have evolved over the years...

Stephane Rogovsky 2 Sep 2020

#BehindtheSelfie with... Jon Savage of InBroadcasting, a division of HaveYouHeard
#BehindtheSelfie with... Jon Savage of InBroadcasting, a division of HaveYouHeardArticle

This week, we go behind the selfie with Jon Savage, 'troublemaker for good' at InBroadcasting, a division of HaveYouHeard...

Jessica Tennant 2 Sep 2020

O. R Tambo anticipates more than 210,000 passengers in September
O. R Tambo anticipates more than 210,000 passengers in SeptemberArticle

Since the start of Level 2 last, airport management reports that passengers appear comfortable with the health rules and processes, many of which have already become normalised across the country...

1 Sep 2020

Kubayi-Ngubane urges restaurants to stick to Covid-19 rules
Kubayi-Ngubane urges restaurants to stick to Covid-19 rulesArticle

The Minister of Tourism, Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, has noted with concern the non-compliance by some restaurants since the move to alert level 2 of the Covid-19 risk adjusted strategy...

1 Sep 2020

Why supporting local is more important than you think
Why supporting local is more important than you thinkArticle

As South Africa battles the twin effects of illness and lockdown the time is ripe to consider carefully how and where South Africans spend their money...

Catherine Wijnberg 31 Aug 2020

Sub-Saharan Africans increase healthy habits to beat the virus
Sub-Saharan Africans increase healthy habits to beat the virusArticle

Covid-19 has prompted many of us to examine our health, with 63% of people around the world reporting that coronavirus has encouraged them to seriously consider their levels of health and fitness...

Issued by Borderless Access 31 Aug 2020

#PulpNonFiction: If you can't trust yourself, who can you trust?
#PulpNonFiction: If you can't trust yourself, who can you trust?Article

Referring to Peter Pomerantsev's This Is Not Propaganda: Adventures in the War Against Reality, Bronwyn Williams explains why the only way to regain trust and truth in society is for individuals themselves to realise that the price of freedom of speech and free flowing information is a personal responsibility...

Bronwyn Williams 31 Aug 2020

What is shaping culture? Sustainable fashion
What is shaping culture? Sustainable fashionArticle

Brett Rogers explores the edges of culture and how things are changing, providing valuable insights for brands wanting to understand who and what is shaping culture...

Brett Rogers 31 Aug 2020

R4bn River Club development clears major obstacle
R4bn River Club development clears major obstacleArticle

The next step towards a massive R4bn development on the contested River Club site in Observatory, Cape Town, has been authorised by the provincial government...

Steve Kretzmann 31 Aug 2020

Afda nabs 9 nominations @ the 8th Annual Simon 'Mabhunu' Sabela Awards 2020
Afda nabs 9 nominations @ the 8th Annual Simon 'Mabhunu' Sabela Awards 2020Article

Afda student films have an extraordinary record at the Simon Sabela Awards...

Issued by AFDA 28 Aug 2020

Vaal Dam drops to unprecedented levels
Vaal Dam drops to unprecedented levelsArticle

Vaal Dam levels have declined further this week, says the Department of Water and Sanitation...

28 Aug 2020

The magic of mobile wallet marketing
The magic of mobile wallet marketingArticle

Mobile wallets are rapidly gaining momentum as effective and convenient payment solutions. The chances are you're one of many users who currently make use of at least one mobile wallet application...

Issued by UBU International 27 Aug 2020

No evictions or demolitions without a court order, judges rule
No evictions or demolitions without a court order, judges ruleArticle

The City of Cape Town's Anti-Land Invasion Unit (ALIU) will not be allowed to evict people or demolish their structures, whether occupied or unoccupied, without a court order while the country remains in a state of national disaster...

James Stent 27 Aug 2020

UIF resumes payments for Covid-19 TERS benefits
UIF resumes payments for Covid-19 TERS benefitsArticle

The Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has resumed payments for the Covid-19 temporary employee/employer relief scheme (TERS) after it was suspended...

27 Aug 2020

Vodacom launches Gender-Based Violence Fund
Vodacom launches Gender-Based Violence FundArticle

The Covid-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown has compounded the effects of existing gender inequalities and led to an increase in violations of women's rights, including elevated risks of domestic violence and other forms of GBV...

26 Aug 2020

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