SPONSORED: Over the years, women have been making up a greater proportion of the workforce, and this includes sectors that have typically been male-dominated such as mining, manufacturing and construction.
Who needs rest and recuperation when you can rather enjoy wildlife and whiskey! Treat yourself and a friend or a loved one to a getaway-in-the-bush with Thanda Safari’s Wildlife & Whiskey Weekend from 8 to 10 October 2021.
Despite the economic landscape – which still poses significant challenges for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic – business confidence levels are higher among SME owners during the second quarter of 2021 compared to the same period last year.
SPONSORED: Fibre Network Operator (FNO), Evotel, has announced its “Installing Hope Challenge”.
Many South Africans consider wills to be important only for people with significant assets, but failure to put your last wishes in writing has significant implications for your family. By Lisa Witepski.
Tertiary education comes at a considerable cost and, unfortunately, access to funding is an obstacle for many aspirant students wanting to go to university or college after school. By Anél Lewis.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent boom in online shopping have changed our shopping habits. Thando Pato finds out how this will affect the design of retail spaces.
SPONSORED: By Predahni Naidoo, Brand Manager at Sisi Work Safety.
SPONSORED: The current internet price war is in full swing and is heating up with every new deal that is announced and Fibre Network Operator (FNO), Evotel, is joining in with new and sustainable pricing and packages with no smoke-and-mirror promotions.
While everyone is affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, women, particularly poor women, are bearing the brunt of economic and social challenges. Thando Pato finds out why.
SPONSORED: NMISA in partnership with the Joint Food and Agricultural Organization-International Atomic Energy Agency (FAO-IAEA) Centre held a free virtual Africa Food Safety Workshop to promote standards, reliable testing and international cooperation for better public health and trade.
The under-representation of women at board and executive levels undermines women’s rights to participate in decision-making and creating a sustainable future. By Parmi Natesan, CEO, Institute of Directors in South Africa.
Former South African deputy president Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka ends her eight-year term as United Nations under-secretary-general and executive director of UN Women this month (August). By Ryland Fisher.
Smart glasses had a bit of a false start in the consumer sector, but they have great potential for industry, writes Trevor Crighton.
An international degree carries a certain cachet – but does this justify the expense? Lisa Witepski weighs up the pros and cons of an overseas education.
SPONSORED: The award-winning Eendracht Hotel & Apartments situated in Dorp Street in the heart of historical Stellenbosch, is itself steeped in history.
Amidst the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, and a looming fourth surge, South Africans are highly sceptical about the safety of public spaces. SAFE Asset Group and SAPOA are on a mission to rebuild trust in local settings.