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Where does South Africa stand in terms of transforming a traditionally coal-fired economy into a hub of green activity? Gaye Crossley investigates.

Leading The Way In Loyalty

It’s no surprise that successful brands have loyalty programmes that reflect their popularity. Katy Chance looks at what makes them tick.

Gemstones In Demand

On the back of strong demand for its coloured stones, multinational natural resources company Gemfields aims to lift its ‘best-ever’ production to even higher levels in 2017.

Education Collaboration

Partnerships between the private and public sectors are vital for solving the country’s education crisis, writes Puseletso Mompei.

Mapped: China

Its vastness incorporates beautiful countryside and ancient villages, plus its high-tech cities are a vision of the future. Which all makes China worth seeing right now.

Innovative Solutions Needed To Drive Expansion

Local banks must become increasingly innovative to stake their claim on Africa’s fast-evolving financial services sector, writes Sungula Nkabinde.

Missing A Beat

Most of us know that pain or tightness in the chest may well signal the onset of a heart attack, writes Caryn Gootkin. But how many of us understand what we can do to avoid getting to that point?

Driving Change

South Africa’s oldest consulting engineering firm, Knight Piésold, which celebrates 95 years this year, will soon join the ranks of top South African companies, such as De Beers and Old Mutual, which have been in existence for over a century.

Is Your Business Suited To Franchising?

Franchising is a great tool for entrepreneurial individuals, but what about companies that are ready to expand? Penny Haw looks at what prospective franchisors need to consider before taking the step.

African Women Chartered Accountants Forum

Preparing black women to enter the numbers game. By Helen Grange.

Staging Productions

Funding and support for the arts is hard to come by. Sungula Nkabinde and Puseletso Mompei explain why.

Keep It Simple

For the local diamond industry to succeed in the fiercely competitive global environment, it is imperative for South Africa to adopt measures that will invigorate the sector and give it the much-needed regulatory ‘edge’.

 





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