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World Hand Hygiene Day: Learn how to wash your hands and save lives
World Hand Hygiene Day: Learn how to wash your hands and save livesArticle

Practise effective hand hygiene to prevent infections by learning how to wash your hands properly with Bloom Financial Services and Health4Me...

Issued by Bloom Financial Services 5 May 2021

New compliance standard for hand sanitisers - SABS
New compliance standard for hand sanitisers - SABSArticle

The SABS has issued a new standard for hand sanitisers, which manufacturers of these products and employers distributing them in the workplace should comply with...

Kate Collier, Shane Johnson, and Matthew Ilsley 16 Mar 2021

2021 Baxter Zabalaza Theatre Festival to showcase 24 new productions
2021 Baxter Zabalaza Theatre Festival to showcase 24 new productionsArticle

The 2021 Baxter Zabalaza Theatre Festival will be held at the Baxter Theatre Centre in Cape Town from 20 to 27 March 2021, with all Covid-19 protocols in place, as regulated under Level 1 during the national lockdown.

10 Mar 2021

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What we want to hear from Minister MantasheArticle

Where many other government departments halted operations because of lockdown, the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) under minister, Gwede Mantashe, continued to work...

Webber Wentzel team 29 Jan 2021

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Covid-19 policy briefs must be realistic: a review by young southern African scientistsArticle

Just over a year after the coronavirus was first reported in China countries are still reeling from its effects. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), the virus that causes Covid-19 disease...

Puleng Segalo, Adeyemi Oladapo Arem, Pradeep Kumar 20 Jan 2021

#BizTrends2021: How the aviation industry is taking off during the pandemic
#BizTrends2021: How the aviation industry is taking off during the pandemicArticle

Safety protocol, communication and collaboration across industries is key to economic recovery...

Anand Yedery 21 Dec 2020

SA exports locally-produced sanitisers for R1.66bn
SA exports locally-produced sanitisers for R1.66bnArticle

The local production of hand sanitisers in South Africa has contributed to saving lives and earning export revenues for the country...

9 Dec 2020

Worried about Covid risk on a flight? Here's what you can do to protect yourself - and how airlines can step up
Worried about Covid risk on a flight? Here's what you can do to protect yourself - and how airlines can step upArticle

Airline health advice has so far mostly focused on staying hydrated and avoiding deep vein thrombosis. What passengers really want, however, is free hand masks, hand sanitiser and more space between passengers...

Ramon Zenel Shaban and Cristina Sotomayor-Castill 24 Nov 2020

Best of Zabalaza 2020 winner First Accused to be staged at Baxter
Best of Zabalaza 2020 winner First Accused to be staged at BaxterArticle

Mava Silumko's First Accused will run for a limited period, with six performances only, at the Baxter Theatre Centre in Cape Town from 12 to 21 November 2020...

2 Nov 2020

Sun International's The Table Bay is officially reopened for business
Sun International's The Table Bay is officially reopened for businessArticle

Following seven long months of lockdown, Sun International's five-star Table Bay Hotel will once again throw open its doors to guests as of today, 30 October, making it the final hotel in the group to reopen...

Robin Fredericks 30 Oct 2020

South Africans aren't being protected from fake sanitisers: what needs to be done
South Africans aren't being protected from fake sanitisers: what needs to be doneArticle

Concern has been growing about safety issues related to hand sanitisers, and South Africa has been behind the curve in putting in place measures to ensure products are safe...

Lise Korsten 21 Oct 2020

More people are wearing masks and using hand sanitisers. Fani Mahuntsi/Gallo Images via Getty Images
What South Africans must do to avoid a resurgence of Covid-19 infectionsArticle

South Africa's stringent lockdown earlier this year may have saved lives by containing the spread of Covid-19. New infections have been declining and lockdown restrictions relaxed. But this has triggered fears of a new wave of infections...

Laura Rossouw & Carmen S Christian 21 Oct 2020

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Never let a good crisis go to wasteArticle

Covid-19 brought a storm of surprising business conditions in South Africa - not only for the local media, but for public relations practitioners as well...

Cindy Preller 6 Oct 2020

SA liquor industry partners with Community Policing Forums
SA liquor industry partners with Community Policing ForumsArticle

As part of its alcohol harm-reduction initiatives, the South African liquor industry is working with Community Policing Forums (CPF) in targeted hotspot areas in four provinces...

27 Aug 2020

Covid-19 catapults businesses into new ways of working
Covid-19 catapults businesses into new ways of workingArticle

Since the Brundtland Commission coined the phrase "sustainable development" in the late eighties, sustainability has had a bad rap...

Christelle Marais 27 Aug 2020

Covid-19 counterfeiters: Faking it till they make it
Covid-19 counterfeiters: Faking it till they make itArticle

Counterfeiting is already a billion-dollar global problem, but the Covid-19 health crisis is making it worse. Specifically, opportunistic counterfeiters are taking advantage of the pandemic to market and distribute fake essential products - spurred on by increased demand and perceived shortages of essential goods...

Masi Mtshali 25 Aug 2020

Sani-Med offers multi-purpose virus buster
Sani-Med offers multi-purpose virus busterArticle

Since the COVID-19 pandemic struck South Africa, we have set about sanitising our hands at regular intervals, and spraying down potentially contagious items and surfaces. But all anti-viral disinfectants are not made equal...

Vanessa Rogers, Issued by Sani-Med 20 Aug 2020

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Navigating the new hygiene standards in retailArticle

Consumer-facing industries have had to take exceptional precautions in a time of rapid change with business, people, processes and stakeholders retuning to adopt new approaches...

Michael Smollan 19 Aug 2020

Car rentals on the road again with superior safety precautions
Car rentals on the road again with superior safety precautionsArticle

Thanks to stringent lockdown measures, South African travel's been at an all-time low. Yet, as these sweeping regulations are eased, car rental agencies aren't taking any chances...

Issued by Domestic Flights South Africa 6 Aug 2020

The Covid-19 chatbot that saved lives
The Covid-19 chatbot that saved livesArticle

In the days following South Africa's first case of Covid-19, Praekelt.org was busy using WhatsApp for good, building the Covid-19 chatbot using their social impact product Turn...

Issued by Praekelt 3 Aug 2020

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Why choosing the right comms partner is more important than everArticle

Rachel Irvine, CEO of Irvine Partners writes why your comms specialist is your new best friend when doing business in the new normal...

Rachel Irvine 29 Jul 2020

Covid-19 shifts online sales from desirable to essential
Covid-19 shifts online sales from desirable to essentialArticle

The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed the precariousness of a solely bricks and mortar model...

23 Jul 2020

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Prioritising health and safety when using public transportArticle

The reality is that public transport is a high-risk environment because of the number of people in a confined space with limited ventilation. There is also little if any access control to identify potentially sick commuters as well as a variety of common surfaces to touch such as handrails and doorknobs...

20 Jul 2020

Report examines food price drivers and discrepancies during pandemic
Report examines food price drivers and discrepancies during pandemicArticle

The Competition Commission said that of the 1,600 complaints received under the excessive pricing and consumer protection regulations by the end of June, 19% related to basic food products...

17 Jul 2020

Sappi Valida brings natural cellulose advantages to responsible, eco-friendly hand sanitiser formulation
Sappi Valida brings natural cellulose advantages to responsible, eco-friendly hand sanitiser formulationArticle

As the world emerges from various states of Covid-19 lockdown and the 'new normal' still presents many unknowns, one thing we know for sure is that it is imperative to adhere to stringent hygienic measures...

Issued by Sappi 16 Jul 2020

Data shows 7 interesting shopping habits of South Africans during the lockdown
Data shows 7 interesting shopping habits of South Africans during the lockdownArticle

But exactly how have our shopping behaviours changed? Data shows interesting trends and demographics that may predict the South African shopping landscape for the future...

Issued by Hyperia s.r.o. 15 Jul 2020

Companies fined for Covid-19 price gouging
Companies fined for Covid-19 price gougingArticle

The Competition Tribunal has been clamping down on companies that have been hiking prices of sanitisers and masks since the Covid-19 outbreak...

3 Jul 2020

Accommodation providers can mitigate traveller health, safety concerns
Accommodation providers can mitigate traveller health, safety concernsArticle

A global biweekly consumer survey published by Deloitte earlier this month shows that traveller health and safety concerns, although gradually lessening, still overshadow discretionary travel...

1 Jul 2020

A glimmer of hope for how accommodation providers can adapt
A glimmer of hope for how accommodation providers can adaptArticle

While there is some serious lobbying to open South Africa to international travel as soon as September this year, health and safety concerns, although gradually lessening, still overshadow discretionary travel...

26 Jun 2020

Diversification is key for SMEs to survive
Diversification is key for SMEs to surviveArticle

Diversification has emerged as a key business strategy to help small to medium enterprises (SMEs) negotiate the Covid-19 pandemic...

24 Jun 2020

"We are not doing any business" says street vendor
"We are not doing any business" says street vendorArticle

Report finds 70% of households in poor neighbourhoods source food from informal sector...

Zoë Postman 10 Jun 2020

Supporting small business at Saica Enterprise Development amid the coronavirus spread
Supporting small business at Saica Enterprise Development amid the coronavirus spreadArticle

With markets in current turmoil amid the coronavirus spread, this is the time for small businesses to relook at their current business processes and understand how their business can respond in these chaotic times...

Jameel Khan, Issued by SAICA 8 Jun 2020

After Covid-19, Africa can build back better
After Covid-19, Africa can build back betterArticle

These are challenging times for Africa and the rest of our global village...

Amina J. Mohammed 28 May 2020

Digital strategies key for retail to survive a shifting consumer landscape
Digital strategies key for retail to survive a shifting consumer landscapeArticle

The world is in unchartered territory and as many businesses face the harsh reality of lockdown, we are beginning to accept that jobs will be lost, orders will be cancelled...

Jan Bouwer 28 May 2020

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Covid-19 and food safety: Are SA's food handling regulations up to scratch?Article

Food safety is a major concern during the Covid-19 outbreak, and consumers, retailers and producers are understandably worried about keeping production lines and outlets uncontaminated...

26 May 2020

Duke takes Jive Cape Town Funny Festival online with #5SecondsOfFunny Challenge
Duke takes Jive Cape Town Funny Festival online with #5SecondsOfFunny ChallengeArticle

The Duke Group created the Jive #5SecondsOfFunny Challenge, taking some of Cape Town's best-loved comedians online for 30 days of short, sharp five-second comedy snippets...

Issued by Duke Advertising 22 May 2020

#LockdownAdvice: A framework for hard decisions
#LockdownAdvice: A framework for hard decisionsArticle

The scale of the national Covid-19 lockdown is unprecedented in living memory and entrepreneurs need to be making the right decisions...

Allon Raiz 18 May 2020

#LockdownAdvice: Extend ways in which you provide value
#LockdownAdvice: Extend ways in which you provide valueArticle

Allon Raiz, CEO of Raizcorp, has been sharing his views and insights on weathering the Covid-19 storm and even thriving after it. This week he takes a look at extending ways in which you can provide value...

Allon Raiz 18 May 2020

Proudly SA expands portal to include locally-made sanitisers and detergents
Proudly SA expands portal to include locally-made sanitisers and detergentsArticle

Proudly South African has extended the product offering on its portal to include locally produced hand sanitisers, surface disinfectants and detergents...

15 May 2020

Redesigning workspaces for a post-Covid-19 world
Redesigning workspaces for a post-Covid-19 worldArticle

Countries that have suffered the most severe outbreaks of Covid-19 are seeing infection rates level off as lockdowns and widespread restrictions on movement take effect...

Michael Aldridge 15 May 2020

#LockdownLessons: Puma SA's Luke Barrett-Smith on the new retail reality
#LockdownLessons: Puma SA's Luke Barrett-Smith on the new retail realityArticle

Puma SA's MD shares how the company is adapting to do business during the pandemic, and how Covid-19 will impact retail...

Lauren Hartzenberg 14 May 2020

The case for avoiding price controls in times of crisis: they don't work
The case for avoiding price controls in times of crisis: they don't workArticle

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic and the initial stockpiling of food and other items, government regulation of the prices of basic food and medical goods has received significant attention...

Willem H. Boshoff 14 May 2020

Beyond the guidelines: Why a good relationship between tenant and landlord is key
Beyond the guidelines: Why a good relationship between tenant and landlord is keyArticle

What happens if a tenant is unable to pay their rent? What if they can pay but choose not to in the interests of "fairness" - because why should only non-essential businesses get a payment holiday?

Bradley Jackson 14 May 2020

FirstRand's Vumela Fund and ProfitShare Partners assist SMEs in supplying essential items for Covid-19
FirstRand's Vumela Fund and ProfitShare Partners assist SMEs in supplying essential items for Covid-19Article

The Edge Growth-managed Vumela Fund recently invested a R25-million funding line in ProfitShare Partners to specifically help SMEs who supply and deliver essentials in the fight against Covid-19...

Issued by Edge Growth 11 May 2020

#LockdownLessons: Scrap the normal way of doing business, says Devmarks' Heinrich Ehlers
#LockdownLessons: Scrap the normal way of doing business, says Devmarks' Heinrich EhlersArticle

Heinrich Ehlers, MD of Devmark Property Management, shares his experience of the current Covid-19 crisis and how his organisation is navigating these unusual times...

Sindy Peters 11 May 2020

Estacom's CEO addresses its hand sanitiser quality to its customers
Estacom's CEO addresses its hand sanitiser quality to its customersArticle

We have had issues raised regarding our current pricing structure. Due to the increased demand of hand sanitisers worldwide, a lot of people and companies have suddenly begun manufacturing hand sanitisers and become experts!...

Issued by Estacom 7 May 2020

#LockdownLessons: Food security, especially in schools, requires collaborative intervention
#LockdownLessons: Food security, especially in schools, requires collaborative interventionArticle

Karl Muller, operations manager at Tiger Brands Foundation, shares his experience of the current Covid-19 crisis and how his organisation is navigating these unusual times...

Sindy Peters 5 May 2020

MATUS to pay R10.9m for inflating essential hygiene product prices
MATUS to pay R10.9m for inflating essential hygiene product pricesArticle

Local company Matus has agreed to pay an administrative penalty of R5.9m after it admitted to inflation of its gross profit margins with regards to essential hygiene products...

30 Apr 2020

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Three timeless advertising tactics to guide a new digital worldArticle

With Covid-19 continuing to change the world as we know it, it has created a new normal that has placed digital at the forefront for any current and future business operation...

Wayne Flemming 30 Apr 2020

Revlon SA starts manufacturing sanitiser in Gauteng
Revlon SA starts manufacturing sanitiser in GautengArticle

Revlon South Africa has started manufacturing hand sanitisers at its local factory in Isando under its brand, Aquamarine...

28 Apr 2020

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