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Accounting Technician [AT(SA)], Associate General Accountant [AGA(SA)] and Chartered Accountant [CA(SA)].

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INFLUENCE: GAMIFY YOUR BUSINESS

Is your organisation ready to play? Treating customers like fans instead of wallets, listening to their needs, and welcoming their contribution can be very beneficial to an organisation. By Wandi Kruger-van Renen and Riaan Rudman A question that is frequently asked is: ‘How can technology be used to release value from customers?’ One such a…

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INFLUENCE: HOW THE CLOUD HELPS SMEs

TIDY UP THE MESS The cloud offers significant benefits when it comes to security and business continuity, writes Steven Cohen Cloud backup provider IronTree estimates that one in five South African small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) experience some form of data loss once a year, most commonly as a result of accidents and natural disasters,…

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INFLUENCE: DEMYSTIFYING IT GOVERNANCE FOR BOARD MEMBERS

The board of an organisation is required to understand the strategic importance of IT, assume responsibility for the governance of IT, and place IT governance on the board agenda. By Marius van den Berg This first principle in Chapter 5 of the King III code is central to the governance of Information Technology (IT), yet…

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African IPO market realises strong numbers in 2014

•          2015 is expected to be a positive year for Equity Capital Markets activity in Africa •          US$11bn IPO and FO proceeds raised in 2014 in African equity markets •          US$37.4bn proceeds raised from 2010 to 2014 •          24 African IPO companies listed in 2014 JOHANNESBURG, South-Africa, February 2, 2015/ — 2014 saw the highest…

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UP-TO-DATE: Keeping you informed of business today

New policies must “make it easier” for job creation South Africa’s’s new immigration regulations as well as black empowerment regulations must make it easy for small companies to create jobs and contribute to growing the economy, American Chamber of Commerce board member Tim Schweikert said. His comments support a recent report by the Johannesburg-based business…

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