Business consulting has always been a broad term, but the huge changes to strategies, operations and technologies brought about since early 2020, now make it crucial,
writes Rodney Weidemann.
South African groups are establishing a vaccine technology transfer hub, writes James Francis, a step that will help Africa take charge of vaccine supplies during current and future epidemics.
As it rebounds, the material handling and equipment sector has more reason to digitise, writes James Francis.
In what has proven to be a record-setting year thus far, FAW Trucks once again has reason to celebrate after receiving a Silver Award in the 2021 NADA Dealer Satisfaction Index (DSI) survey.
The pandemic catalysed emerging communication trends into broad acceptance, writes James Francis.
Dr Mathobela Matjekane of CliniMed in the Western Cape is a committed community-oriented medical practitioner. She talks about her passion for medicine, her experiences, what motivates her and the challenges she has faced.
Rhodes University and the Makhanda Circle of Unity hosted a youth chat about the COVID-19 vaccine and vaccine myths on 8 September 2021.
Lisa Witepski looks at what preparing your child for “big school” looks like today.
Some of the most profound impacts of COVID-19 have been the closure of schools, the inability to continue regular on-site coaching of teachers, and monitoring programme implementation on the ground.
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COVID-19 still very much present, and with the current change of season, we need to strengthen our immunity to stay healthy, writes Lynne Gidish.
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.
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Buying local may well be the answer not only to various COVID-19 challenges, but also to stimulating job creation and economic growth, writes Denise Mhlanga.
The Minerals Council has continued to work closely with Business for South Africa (B4SA), and through it the National Department of Health (NDoH), towards the establishment of workplace vaccination sites.