Robots don’t have to steal jobs. Nick Cowen looks at how one bank is using AIs to produce new roles for workers.
Adam Oxford visits the township school that is achieving astonishing results, and showing others how to follow in its path.
Since 2014, a massive programme has been under way to exploit economic opportunities in the oceans economy. Brendyn Lotz catches up with progress on Operation Phakisa.
Brendyn Lotz explores risk management and what unique challenges South African businesses face.
Slow internet take-up has left South Africa lagging when it comes to the nuances of online selling, says Nick Cowen. So, now’s the time to get it right.
Design thinking has become the go-to philosophy for creativity and innovation, says Adam Oxford, but it remains mired in misconception, and the skills required are hard to teach.
In a few years, millennials will make up the vast majority of the workforce. Megan Ellis finds out what employers need to know about training this new generation of workers.
It’s another year of shocking statistics on our roads. Tamsin Oxford takes a look at what can be done to improve driver behaviour.
The digital skills shortage is massive, and it affects all areas of employment. Lungelo Shezi talks to the organisations looking to teach the masses.
Workplace requirements are changing faster than ever, and new jobs are replacing old. Are academic institutions keeping up, asks Adam oxford.
The aims of operation Phakisa are noble, says Kerry Haggard, but what skills does the sector need to achieve its goals?
How to deal with problem employees and stay on the right side of strict labour law? Zia Taylor investigates.
The University of Limpopo (UL) has gained accreditation for its postgraduate degree in accounting, effective from January 2017.
SPONSORED: At the Free State Thuthuka Development Camp awards, Mdladlamba and eight other learners were honoured as the province’s brightest maths, accounting and science learners by representatives of the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA), the Free State Department of Education, the University of the Free State (UFS) and the Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA).
SPONSORED: Recently, 180 top performing Grade 12 learners from the Western Cape packed their bags and gave up a week of their school holiday to take part in the province’s Thuthuka development camp, an initiative run by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) in partnership with the Western Cape Department of Education. At the camp’s award ceremony, four learners were honoured as the province’s brightest maths and accounting learners.