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Athol Williams - graduation guest speaker
Athol Williams - graduation guest speakerArticle

Athol Williams will be our guest speaker for our first online graduation ceremonies happening on 19 and 20 April 2021 for our 2020 graduates.

Issued by Milpark Education 2 days ago

Ethics and flexible working
Ethics and flexible workingArticle

According to a 2021 World Economic forum survey (Buchholz, 2021), 65% of previously office-based employees wish to continue with remote working, post-pandemic. If we survey employers, 24% responded that they wanted employees back in the physical workplace (Smith, 2021).

Beverley Bartlett, Issued by Milpark Education 2 days ago

ACA issues RFI for the provision of preferential insurance rates to ad industry
ACA issues RFI for the provision of preferential insurance rates to ad industryArticle

The Association for Communication and Advertising (ACA) has taken a decision to conduct a review of its financial services provider as well as the current insurance policies...

Issued by Association for Communication and Advertising 3 days ago

#PulpNonFiction: Leadership lessons from terrible people
#PulpNonFiction: Leadership lessons from terrible peopleArticle

Bronwyn Williams spends a lot of time reading, thinking and talking about leadership - what makes leaders effective, what makes them loved and what inspires people to follow someone else into an unknown future...

Bronwyn Williams 3 days ago

AI, freedom of expression and the press
AI, freedom of expression and the pressArticle

A free press or media has an important role to play in democracies as it is responsible for gathering and distributing the information that citizens use to decide how they are going to vote...

Hanno Brink 3 May 2021

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India's staggering Covid crisis could have been avoided. But the government dropped its guard too soonArticle

India reported 314,000 new cases of Covid-19 on 22 April, the highest-ever infection tally recorded by any country on a single day.

Pradeep Taneja & Azad Singh Bali 28 Apr 2021

Covid-19 spurs renewed focus on improving NPO governance standards
Covid-19 spurs renewed focus on improving NPO governance standardsArticle

While the Covid-19 pandemic has pushed many non-profit organisations to the brink of survival, it has also, however, resulted in a renewed focus on good governance...

26 Apr 2021

#IABInsightSeries: Use of data in digital marketing
#IABInsightSeries: Use of data in digital marketingArticle

The IAB SA is hosting its 25th insight event on Zoom this week Thursday, 22 April, featuring speakers Jade Arenstein, Oliver von Wersch and Aisha Mohamed...

20 Apr 2021

#PulpNonFiction: An ideal customer
#PulpNonFiction: An ideal customerArticle

Bronwyn Williams has been re-reading the plays of Oscar Wilde over the last few weeks and what she noticed was that a common trope he used to its full effect with his trademark wit was the idea of characters seeing others as who they wanted them to be rather than as who those others really are...

Bronwyn Williams 16 Apr 2021

#BehindtheBrandManager: Dr Andrew Golding of the Pam Golding Property group
#BehindtheBrandManager: Dr Andrew Golding of the Pam Golding Property groupArticle

Established in 1976 by the late property and real estate icon Pam Golding, the Pam Golding Property group has since achieved world-class status...

Sindy Peters 15 Apr 2021

Why companies should encourage and not victimise whistle-blowers
Why companies should encourage and not victimise whistle-blowersArticle

Companies should be actively encouraging employees to blow the whistle on corporate issues, ethics or concerning behaviour, without fear of risk or harassment, because an effective whistle-blowing programme is of immense value to the business...

13 Apr 2021

Wiehann Olivier, partner, Mazars
MTI Ponzi scheme highlights need for crypto regulationArticle

Mirror Trading International (MTI) has been unmasked as what was been termed as the world's largest cryptocurrency Ponzi scam...

Wiehann Olivier 13 Apr 2021

Cookieless world
Cookieless worldArticle

Consumers' personal data is shared between tech companies in the third-party cookie ecosystem over 500 billion times a day. That is changing...

Issued by Wunderman Thompson 13 Apr 2021

How women are locked out of Nigeria's construction industry
How women are locked out of Nigeria's construction industryArticle

In spite of past initiatives in many parts of the world to increase their participation in the construction industry at all levels, women remain a minority...

Richard Jimoh, Amina Nna Adamu, Luqman Oyekunle Oyewobi and Paul A. Bajere 12 Apr 2021

Advancing a real estate sector that embodies ethics, credibility
Advancing a real estate sector that embodies ethics, credibilityArticle

The real estate and property sector is constantly encountering challenges, and it comes as no surprise when issues around ethics and credibility are brought into question...

Matseleng Mogodi 9 Apr 2021

How Africa can participate in the global conversation on AI ethics
How Africa can participate in the global conversation on AI ethicsArticle

Without sufficient skin in the game, Africa may end up being technologically colonised by big tech. Here's why Africa needs to get in on the conversation...

Musa Kalenga & Samuel Segun 31 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

How to approach executive remuneration in the evolving landscape - Part 2
How to approach executive remuneration in the evolving landscape - Part 2Article

In this second of a two-part series, Chris Blair, CEO of 21st Century, shares his thoughts about how remuneration committees should approach their executives' remuneration in the evolving landscape...

Chris Blair 26 Mar 2021

Workers at India’s biggest syringe manufacturer ramp up production in September 2020 in race to meet Covid-19 vaccine-driven demand. Photo by SAJJAD HUSSAIN/AFP via Getty Images
Why India is banking on health diplomacy to grow African footprintArticle

India has stepped up its global ambitions and foreign policy re-engagement with African countries in recent years. Its bilateral trade increased from $7.bn in 2001 to $63bn in 2017/18...

Dan Banik & Renu Modik 26 Mar 2021

AI in Africa: The top 5 in-demand technologies at the moment
AI in Africa: The top 5 in-demand technologies at the momentArticle

The top five technology categories in-demand in the next two years in Africa include...

Nick Bradshaw 25 Mar 2021

Train passengers carried out a Covid-19 detection test with the GeNose C19 screening at Pasar Turi Station, Surabaya, February 15, 2021.
ANTARA FOTO/Didik Suhartono/rwa
Indonesian-made Covid-19 breathalyser sensitivity comparable to RT-PCRArticle

A year into the Covid-19 pandemic, global testing capacity sadly mimics countries' GDP per capita. Testing requires money, and rich countries can spend more on tests than middle-income and poor countries...

17 Mar 2021

7th National Furniture Design Competition winners announced
7th National Furniture Design Competition winners announcedArticle

Ian Perry from Durban-based furniture manufacturer Homewood won in the Established Manufacturers category of the National Furniture Design Competition...

17 Mar 2021

Zimkita Mabindla
Who will monitor the monitors?Article

Enemy of the State is one of my all-time favourite movies. The plot is typically Hollywood. A leader of an institution tasked with national security goes rogue...

Zimkita Mabindla 16 Mar 2021

Professional accountants' responsibility to act in the public interest during Covid-19
Professional accountants' responsibility to act in the public interest during Covid-19Article

2020 was arguably one of the most difficult in our lifetime, with SA and the rest of the world facing challenges across all facets of life, writes Saica's Jeanne Viljoen...

Jeanne Viljoen, Issued by SAICA 15 Mar 2021

Professor Wiseman Nkuhlu
The social role of the auditing professionArticle

Over the past 20 years, the auditing profession has come under increased public criticism. In the case of South Africa, censure and condemnation of the profession has been very fierce over the last five years....

Wiseman Nkuhlu 10 Mar 2021

Reducing staff turnover with pre-employment integrity testing
Reducing staff turnover with pre-employment integrity testingArticle

Successful offsite CCTV surveillance companies recognise that even the most advanced technology is only as good as the people who monitor, control and make the decisions in the control room...

Rob Nichol 4 Mar 2021

New board urged to remedy dysfunctional forensic labs
New board urged to remedy dysfunctional forensic labsArticle

The newly appointed National Forensic Oversight and Ethics Board are urged to find solutions to the current dysfunctional state of the National Forensic Science Laboratories...

3 Mar 2021

Omni HR Consulting partners with The Woman and Youth Empowerment Trust
Omni HR Consulting partners with The Woman and Youth Empowerment TrustArticle

June 2020 saw Omni HR formalise its partnership with the WYE Trust, after working in partnership with the organisation since its inception in 2018...

Issued by Omni HR Consulting 2 Mar 2021

Public trust in the media is at a new low: a radical rethink of journalism is needed
Public trust in the media is at a new low: a radical rethink of journalism is neededArticle

A recent report by an independent panel on the ethics and credibility of South Africa's news media makes for worrying reading...

Herman Wasserman 24 Feb 2021

EXCLUSIVE: Solly Moeng talks media independence and credibility
EXCLUSIVE: Solly Moeng talks media independence and credibilityArticle

I chat with Solly Moeng ahead of the Davos Online Communications Summit, where he was one of the panellists at the virtual event on Thursday 25 February 2021...

Evan-Lee Courie 22 Feb 2021

3 areas to focus on to boost your post-Covid career prospects
3 areas to focus on to boost your post-Covid career prospectsArticle

The global pandemic has shaken up our lives and careers, but it has also created new opportunities. To thrive in a post-pandemic world, young leaders and managers will need to embrace operating in the global economy...

By Dr Beverly Shrand, Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 18 Feb 2021

Educo Academy launches free sales and marketing programme for SA youth
Educo Academy launches free sales and marketing programme for SA youthArticle

Educo Academy has launched a Sales and Marketing Seta-accredited programme, free to qualifying students between the ages of 18 and 28...

17 Feb 2021

2021 Edelman Trust Barometer reveals increased trust in business
2021 Edelman Trust Barometer reveals increased trust in businessArticle

The 2021 Edelman Trust Barometer reveals that South Africans now trust business more than any other institution, and are looking to CEOs to solve societal challenges that have been exacerbated by the Covid-19 crisis...

17 Feb 2021

Any man-made changes to the human genome must be carefully regulated. Billon Photos/Shutterstock
Five principles that should guide future DNA 'editing' in South AfricaArticle

In recent years there have been several major innovations in genetics. One prominent example is Crispr-Cas9...,

Bonginkosi Shozi & Marietjie Botes 16 Feb 2021

Social justice and compliance - anti-corruption unpacked
Social justice and compliance - anti-corruption unpackedArticle

I am a firm believer that anti-corruption compliance and social justice are synonymous with one another. And when we address the crimes of bribery and corruption, we have to ask; do bribery and corruption speak to the collective welfare of the state and, in turn, make an impact on social justice?

Rui Lopes 15 Feb 2021

Is it ethical to quarantine people in hotel rooms?
Is it ethical to quarantine people in hotel rooms?Article

From February 15, people travelling to the UK from a country on the UK's travel-ban list will be required to quarantine in a government-approved hotel for ten days...

11 Feb 2021

Many countries around the world, like Bangladesh, have started Covid-19 vaccination. Kazi Salahuddin Razu/NurPhoto via Getty Images
South Africa didn't take advantage of its role in Covid-19 vaccine trials: why it should haveArticle

Covid-19 vaccine supplies are available in various parts of the world. But it's clear that distribution is not symmetrical...

Keymanthri Moodley & Theresa Rossouw 10 Feb 2021

As impeachment begins, New York accelerates probes of Trump's property dealings
As impeachment begins, New York accelerates probes of Trump's property dealingsArticle

Manhattan prosecutors probing Trump's real estate business for possible insurance and tax fraud have stepped up witness interviews...

Jason Szep, Joseph Tanfani and Peter Eisler 9 Feb 2021

Telkom appoints Dirk Reyneke as its new CFO
Telkom appoints Dirk Reyneke as its new CFOArticle

Dirk Reyneke has been named Telkom's new CFO. He replaces Tsholofelo Molefe, who resigned in December 2020 to join MTN in the same position...

8 Feb 2021

North-West University introduces a first-of-its-kind short learning programme
North-West University introduces a first-of-its-kind short learning programmeArticle

This year, the North-West University (NWU) introduces a new online short learning programme (SLP) in research design that will change the way researchers learn their craft...

Issued by North-West University (NWU) 8 Feb 2021

DHL Express recognised as one of the best employers worldwide
DHL Express recognised as one of the best employers worldwideArticle

For the seventh consecutive year, DHL Express has been certified as Global Top Employer by the Top Employers Institute in 48 countries and on each continent of the globe, except the Antarctic...

2 Feb 2021

Musa Kalenga presents "New ways for New Days" at #BizTrends2021 online
Musa Kalenga presents "New ways for New Days" at #BizTrends2021 onlineArticle

Musa Kalenga was one of eight speakers at the BizTrends2021 online event "Towards New Norths & New Narratives" on Thursday, 28 January 2021...

Evan-Lee Courie 25 Jan 2021

Media Ethics and Credibility Report handed over to SANEF
Media Ethics and Credibility Report handed over to SANEFArticle

The report of the commission of inquiry into ethical challenges facing South African journalism has officially been handed over to the South African National Editors' Forum (SANEF)...

22 Jan 2021

Navigating the digital sea of change: 3 tips to help your business swim not sink
Navigating the digital sea of change: 3 tips to help your business swim not sinkArticle

How ready is your business for digital transformation? If your answer is 'not very', the data shows that you're not alone...

Anice Hassim, Issued by Fabrik 21 Jan 2021

#BizTrends2021: AI will have a real-world impact in 2021
#BizTrends2021: AI will have a real-world impact in 2021Article

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is gaining notable momentum across a number of industries. In the past year, we saw rapid digital transformation spurred by Covid-19, with new technologies being adopted almost overnight...

Dries Cronje 13 Jan 2021

#BizTrends2021: Strengthening NPO skills and processes
#BizTrends2021: Strengthening NPO skills and processesArticle

As an important contributor of skills and research to the non-profit, higher education and philanthropy sectors, Inyathelo shares trends towards ensuring NPO sustainability in 2021...

Nazeema Mohamed, Feryal Domingo and Soraya Joonas 8 Jan 2021

#BizTrends2021: 7 prospects and necessary shifts for the arts
#BizTrends2021: 7 prospects and necessary shifts for the artsArticle

All disciplines in the arts are undergoing big transformations. We can anticipate continued shifts into new directions this year. They may not feel resolved or final, but they will be necessary shifts at this point, to rebuild a new landscape for the arts and audiences alike. Here are some of the trends that are likely to lead in 2021...

Rucera Seethal 4 Jan 2021

#BizTrends2021: Understanding your "why" - establishing a new norm through purpose-driven actions
#BizTrends2021: Understanding your "why" - establishing a new norm through purpose-driven actionsArticle

In a year when we arguably found ourselves with more time on our hands than ever before, thanks to the Covid-19 lockdowns, the upside was the opportunity to step back from our hectic diaries, to consider the cost to society of our relentless focus on corporate profit.

Ramsay Rankoussi 21 Dec 2020

Tekkie Town launches online store with greater variety
Tekkie Town launches online store with greater varietyArticle

Local sneaker retailer, Tekkie Town, has expanded into the e-commerce space with the launch of its online store...

11 Dec 2020

Board committees in property associations - the legal side of social, ethics committees
Board committees in property associations - the legal side of social, ethics committeesArticle

The duties of directors of property development-related associations have at times been an uncertain area of law...

Francois Schoeman 7 Dec 2020

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