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The Appliance Bank joins local SRI chapter in tackling e-waste in SA
The Appliance Bank joins local SRI chapter in tackling e-waste in SAArticle

In order to tackle South Africa's rising e-waste challenge, The Appliance Bank (TAB) has teamed up with the local chapter of the global Sustainable Recycling Industries (SRI) programme...

22 Apr 2021

Phase 2 of vaccine rollout set for 17 May
Phase 2 of vaccine rollout set for 17 MayArticle

Health minister, Dr Zweli Mkhize, has announced that the second phase of the country's vaccination will begin on 17 May, as millions of doses of vaccine are set to land on South African shores over the next few weeks...

9 Apr 2021

Students seeking university placement urged to use CACH
Students seeking university placement urged to use CACHArticle

Students who applied on time for a place at public institutions but not offered a place to study should contact CACH for help...

16 Mar 2021

Gillian Niven and Kirsty Kilner
Incentivising renewable energy development: moving one step closer, or two steps back?Article

Recent moves to incentivise renewable energy development in designated areas are welcome, but a new requirement has been introduced which may prove onerous and cause significant delays...

Kirsty Kilner & Gillian Niven 9 Mar 2021

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More than 67,000 health workers vaccinated so farArticle

More than 67,000 health workers have been inoculated in the 10 days since the national Covid-19 vaccination kicked off...

1 Mar 2021

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#SONA2021: Ramaphosa's dream of a smart cityArticle

President Cyril Ramaphosa unveiled the progress of the country's infrastructure plan to stimulate the economy and promote growth during his State of the Nation Address (Sona), which includes smart cities...

12 Feb 2021

Phase 2 of Sol Plaatje University precinct set for completion in mid-2022
Phase 2 of Sol Plaatje University precinct set for completion in mid-2022Article

Phase 2 development of the R800m Sol Plaatje University (SPU) precinct in Kimberley in the Northern Cape is currently under way...

8 Feb 2021

Study shows that the Novavax vaccine is effective against the dominant variant of Covid-19 in South Africa. Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images
Results from Novavax vaccine trials in the UK and South Africa differ: why, and does it matter?Article

To fast track the response to the Covid-19 pandemic, a broad range of candidate Covid-19 vaccines are being investigated...

Ina Skosana 2 Feb 2021

Basa and RMB close Scale-Up Programme with wrap event
Basa and RMB close Scale-Up Programme with wrap eventArticle

Business and Arts South Africa NPC (Basa), in partnership with Rand Merchant Bank (RMB), concluded their three-year stint as co-collaborators of the Scale-Up Programme with a wrap event reflective of this year's sleek and slimline approach...

Issued by Business and Arts South Africa 10 Dec 2020

#MarketingMasterminds: Mondelez | Cadbury Dairy Milk | Generosity campaign
#MarketingMasterminds: Mondelez | Cadbury Dairy Milk | Generosity campaignArticle

This month's Marketing Mastermind is Alanta Moodley, category brand manager at Mondelez International. She discusses the Cadbury Dairy Milk Generosity campaign...

Issued by Facebook 23 Nov 2020

Above-normal summer rainfall anticipated for 2020/21
Above-normal summer rainfall anticipated for 2020/21Article

According to the Seasonal Climate Watch issued by the South African Weather Service on 6 November 2020, above-normal rainfall is anticipated in summer rainfall areas. However, parts of KwaZulu-Natal may experience drier conditions during mid-to-late summer...

18 Nov 2020

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New digital road-freight platform launchedArticle

Bidvest International Logistics' Bidtrans Portal provides real-time collaboration and interaction between clients and their deliveries...

7 Oct 2020

2020 MBA North Safety Competition winners announced
2020 MBA North Safety Competition winners announcedArticle

Master Builders Association North (MBA North) earlier this month announced the winners in the nine categories in its annual Safety Competition...

29 Sep 2020

Game reveals innovative new retail concept in Gauteng
Game reveals innovative new retail concept in GautengArticle

The reimagined retail space now offers free Wi-Fi and a kids' play area, and incorporates innovations such as self-checkout counters and QR codes on products that link to Game's online store...

17 Sep 2020

Basa expands scope of Scale-Up phase 2 partnered by RMB
Basa expands scope of Scale-Up phase 2 partnered by RMBArticle

Business and Arts South Africa NPC (Basa), in partnership with Rand Merchant Bank (RMB), is expanding the scope of its Scale-Up Programme, with the addition of phase two, which includes a mentorship and funding component...

Issued by Business and Arts South Africa 17 Sep 2020

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MMA SA Smarties announces 5 new Covid-19 categories and entering is freeArticle

The MMA SA Smarties has launched its Business Unusual Categories alongside its core categories for 2020, as well as a new submission process. Thanks to its partners, it will be free to enter this year's MMA SA Smarties...

14 Sep 2020

First-ever online Basa Awards partnered by Hollard
First-ever online Basa Awards partnered by HollardArticle

Business and Arts South Africa (Basa), in partnership with Hollard, is calling for entries for its 2020 Awards. The move to an entirely digital platform for the first time ever this year...

Issued by Hollard 14 Aug 2020

Construction of Tsomo Ngqamakhwe bulk water pipeline to commence
Construction of Tsomo Ngqamakhwe bulk water pipeline to commenceArticle

Construction of the Tsomo Ngqamakhwe bulk water pipeline in the Eastern Cape is set to commence, according to the Department of Water and Sanitation...

11 Aug 2020

Partnership formed to promote the development of SMEs in SA
Partnership formed to promote the development of SMEs in SAArticle

Exxaro and the Small Business Institute (SBI) announced a collaboration to promote the development of small and medium-sized enterprises in South Africa...

20 Jul 2020

Growthpoint, Serra achieve first Green Star EBP Industrial rating in Gauteng
Growthpoint, Serra achieve first Green Star EBP Industrial rating in GautengArticle

Growthpoint and Serra Services recently achieved a five-star Green Star Existing Building Performance (EBP) rating for an industrial building in Gauteng - a first for the province...

2 Jul 2020

#SaveYourSpot
#SaveYourSpotArticle

Stella Artois launched a two-phased initiative for consumers to participate and support local bars and restaurants during the lockdown in a real and tangible way...

Issued by Dentsu 30 Jun 2020

Strand sea wall emergency repairs under way
Strand sea wall emergency repairs under wayArticle

Experiencing ongoing wave overtopping and undermining of the existing seawall over the past few years, the City of Cape Town is currently overseeing emergency temporary protection and repair works to the Strand sea wall...

22 Jun 2020

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Above normal rainfall levels expected for 2020 winter seasonArticle

Although above normal rainfall is anticipated in winter rainfall areas, soil moisture and dams levels are critically low, and not all areas might receive the expected above-normal rainfall...

10 Jun 2020

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TBCSA presents its tourism recovery plan to parliamentArticle

The data-driven Tourism Recovery Strategy advocates for an earlier phased reopening of international tourism to South Africa as soon as September 2020...

10 Jun 2020

Update on SA travel restrictions due to Covid-19
Update on SA travel restrictions due to Covid-19Article

Although the restrictions under Level 3 lockdown have been relaxed somewhat, there are still restrictions on immigration, with no update on the concessions released previously. However, some additional measures have been introduced regarding the movement of people across the country's borders...

Ahlisha Yesmariam 9 Jun 2020

SA tourism industry lobbies for earlier reopening of inbound tourism
SA tourism industry lobbies for earlier reopening of inbound tourismArticle

The Tourism Business Council of South Africa is advocating for the earlier phased reopening of international tourism to South Africa this year to as soon as September 2020...

5 Jun 2020

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SA domestic airlines returning to the skiesArticle

With the current regulations under lockdown Level 3, airlines in South Africa have been given the green light for a phased return to the skies.

3 Jun 2020

OOH - Determining the trends
OOH - Determining the trendsArticle

Dave McKenzie, founder and CEO of BOO! Surprising Media Solution, shares a few thoughts related to the future of OOH in South Africa...

Dave McKenzie 2 Jun 2020

Rebooting your business after lockdown
Rebooting your business after lockdownArticle

In the Chinese language the word crisis is composed of two characters, one represents danger and the other one represents opportunity. What possible opportunity can be hidden amid the economic crisis South Africa and the world is facing?...

Brend Badenhorst, Issued by Small Business Coach 14 May 2020

A day in the lockdown life of VMLY&R South Africa CCO Ryan McManus
A day in the lockdown life of VMLY&R South Africa CCO Ryan McManusArticle

CCO at VMLY&R South Africa, Ryan McManus' account of work-life in the time of Covid-19, part of a series of articles looking into how agencies and agency folk are responding to the crisis and viewing it through a creative lens...

Jessica Tennant 7 May 2020

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How does a destination recover from Covid-19?Article

This is not the time to sell, but an opportunity to report: openly and honestly, like a letter from home...

Sofia Panayiotaki 5 May 2020

Mines can't ignore the carbon tax. But they can take control of it
Mines can't ignore the carbon tax. But they can take control of itArticle

Mining is one industry that needs to gear itself for phase 2 of South Africa's Carbon Tax Act which will commence in mid-2022...

Francois du Plessis 28 Apr 2020

#Covid19: Global food crises report reveals impact on vulnerable countries
#Covid19: Global food crises report reveals impact on vulnerable countriesArticle

The report indicates that at the close of 2019, 135 million people across 55 countries and territories experienced acute food insecurity...

22 Apr 2020

Reimagining a new future
Reimagining a new futureArticle

It is now clear from the world's collective experiences and expectations of the future that it will be about restructuring the economic, environmental and social order in which business, government and society operates...

Issued by Next Generation 21 Apr 2020

SA business school mobilises digital innovation to help fight Covid-19
SA business school mobilises digital innovation to help fight Covid-19Article

Regent Business School, a member of Honoris United Universities, has heeded the SOS call from healthcare professionals fighting Covid-19 across South Africa for Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)...

Issued by Regent Business School 9 Apr 2020

Malefetsane Mohlakoana
How to improve internal audit value through high-impact follow-up reviewsArticle

Internal auditors have been carrying out follow-up audits since time immemorial, however, most of these audits do not leave the desired impact on the value-creation processes of affected organisations...

Malefetsane Mohlakoana 16 Mar 2020

Public transport, urban development and property values
Public transport, urban development and property valuesArticle

Transport plays a critical role in urban development for a number of significant reasons...

Jill Lloyd 21 Feb 2020

New HIV infections remain high. Shutterstock
The search for an effective HIV vaccine continuesArticle

An HIV vaccine trial that started in 2016 in South Africa was halted in February 2020. The study sponsors made the call after interim results showed that the vaccine, known as HVTN 702, did not prevent HIV...

14 Feb 2020

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Why many children with autism have oral health problemsArticle

The World Health Organisation estimates that one in 160 children around the world has an autism spectrum disorder...

Magandhree Naidoo 20 Jan 2020

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Think of social and programmatic platforms as big tech, not mass mediaArticle

Marketers should not only think of social and programmatic platforms as media - but also as technology platforms that allow them to customise their messages to select audiences...

Grant Lapping 24 Dec 2019

MTN and UCT GSB Solution Space launch Phase 2 of e-Track programme
MTN and UCT GSB Solution Space launch Phase 2 of e-Track programmeArticle

Nine businesses are joining the Venture Exploitation Programme, the second phase of the Solution Space e-Track Programme, aimed at accelerating their ventures...

Issued by UCT Graduate School of Business 3 Dec 2019

The most summer to make you feel great!
The most summer to make you feel great!Article

The Cape's biggest radio station, Kfm 94.5, recently unveiled its latest brand campaign - #KfmSummerFeels...

Issued by Primedia Broadcasting 2 Dec 2019

#EntrepreneurMonth: Enter the holiday paradise of Treedom Villas and Vardos
#EntrepreneurMonth: Enter the holiday paradise of Treedom Villas and VardosArticle

Fueled by her experience with people, travel and culture as a chef, African tour guide and VIP Events Director, Debbie Nortje created Treedom Villas and Vardos...

Evan-Lee Courie 19 Nov 2019

Phase 2 of R400m student housing project at Fort Hare set for 2020 completion
Phase 2 of R400m student housing project at Fort Hare set for 2020 completionArticle

Phase two of the R400m student housing project at the University of Fort Hare (UFH) is set for completion in October 2020...

31 Oct 2019

PPS-SAICE Awards recognises innovation in civil engineering
PPS-SAICE Awards recognises innovation in civil engineeringArticle

The PPS-SAICE Awards ceremony took place in Johannesburg recently celebrating the outstanding innovation and contributions made by civil engineering practitioners for 2018/2019...

29 Oct 2019

FSA expresses concern over latest wave of load shedding
FSA expresses concern over latest wave of load sheddingArticle

According to Francois Wilken, President of FSA, the latest wave of load shedding, has, among things, major negative effects on food security...

18 Oct 2019

FedEx schedules ORTIA as first regular all-cargo destination in Africa
FedEx schedules ORTIA as first regular all-cargo destination in AfricaArticle

Management of OR Tambo International Airport says its strategy to boost air cargo volumes will be significantly enhanced by the airport becoming global logistics giant FedEx's first location to welcome a regularly scheduled flight into Africa...

25 Sep 2019

Daniel Thebe presenting at #CEM19. Yes, Darth Vader music played as he walked on stage
#CEM19: How to eff-up early in business, then recoverArticle

Daniel Thebe, founder of Isidima Brands Multimedia and Uhuru Consumer Electronics, explained his five phases of career growth so far at the 2019 CEM AfricaSummit, issuing advice and learnings for those looking to follow in his footsteps as a young entrepreneur from Khayelitsha...

Leigh Andrews 5 Aug 2019

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Ambitious plans to vaccinate more than a million against choleraArticle

Phase 2 of the biggest ever oral vaccination campaign against cholera is taking place in 15 health districts in the four central provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)...

3 Jul 2019

Key factors to a successful ERP implementation
Key factors to a successful ERP implementationArticle

As the adage goes, "when you fail to plan, you plan to fail" and this couldn't be more relevant than when selecting a new ERP solution...

Stephen Corrigan 7 Jun 2019

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