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29 JUNE 2019

The power of resilience

Entrepreneur Luvuyo Rani, founder and managing director of IT services company Silulo Ulutho Technologies, is a former teacher who started his company as a micro business from the boot of his car in 2004.
05 JUNE 2019

Coming clean on faking green

Many product manufacturers are guilty of "greenwashing" - misleading consumers into believing they are purchasing green products, when in fact they are buying into marketing claims.
02 APRIL 2019

Innovation in SA organisations driven by C-level support

Turf wars, office politics, lack of alignment and budget pressures the dominant innovation obstacles in South Africa.
03 MARCH 2019

Sleep-deprived employees cost South Africa billions

Sleep-deprived employees are at higher risk of life-threatening chronic illness and disability, more likely to cause workplace accidents, less productive and more absent – adding up to an economic liability in the billions.
03 DECEMBER 2018

What drives great entrepreneurs?

There are many people who embark on this challenging journey not out of necessity due to poverty, downscaling or retrenchment, but more out of a desperate desire to find meaning in their work and to make a difference.
06 NOVEMBER 2018

SA’s education needs to adapt to digitalisation

South Africa’s education system needs to be transformed in anticipation of the opportunities presented by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, says Sipho Pityana, President of Business Unity South Africa and Chairman of AngloGold Ashanti.
05 JUNE 2018

SA labour-employer relations worst in the world

South Africa has the worst labour-employee relations in the world, ranking 137 out of 137 countries, according to the World Competitiveness Report 2017-2018 released by the World Economic Forum.
01 MAY 2018

SA will lose 5.7m jobs if not digitally ready in 7 years

With 35 percent of all jobs in SA (almost 5.7 million jobs) currently being at risk of total digital automation within a mere 7 years, the country could see a crippling effect compounded by a fragile economy and growing unemployment.
01 MAY 2018

1 in 4 employees suffer from depression

One in four employees has been diagnosed with depression, and the country’s economic contributors aged 25 to 44 are most affected, taking more than 18 days off work due to the condition.
05 MARCH 2018

Why AI will make you rethink your business strategy

Let's take a closer look at the potential impact of AI on business strategy, as well as how one might capitalise on future AI technologies for business success.


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