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New technologies ease SA into a low-carbon future

By Alessandra Pardini, a Partner at Webber WentzelPower shortages and a transition to a lower-carbon future, in line with SA’s Paris Agreement commitments, will...

Act swiftly or staff will pocket the money

IT hardware has an estimated residual value of around 10%, this means South Africa’s largest companies could be receiving up to R4-million at the...

How maternity leave and parental leave structuring impacts your salary

Authored by: Muhammed Goolab, Executive Committee Member of the South African Rewards Association Despite years of progress and an increased awareness surrounding gender equity in...

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Is your data delivering information or is it just...

Climbing the Corporate Ladder to CFO

After qualifying the long way as some would say, Damian Judge pursued the gruelling ‘part-time studying, full-time...

Motivating your most creative employees

Illustration: Liézel ElsIn any team or organisation, some individuals are consistently more likely to come up with...

Internet tools and platforms are making it easier for female entrepreneurs to get businesses...

By Selina Bieber, Regional Director for Turkey and MENA at GoDaddy EMEAEntrepreneurship and female empowerment are two powerful...

Motoring: BMW 3 Series Sedan

This latest edition of the car sees BMW building in particular on the sporting tradition of the 3 Series, whose exploits in...

Cover Story: Three CAs(SA) Scale Up Entrepreneurs To Triumph

We all know South Africa needs more entrepreneurs to ignite our economy and job creation, but access to finance is a major...

APC: Lower pass rate confirms how tough CA(SA) qualification standards are

The results of the Assessment of Professional Competence (APC) – the final hurdle in the seven-year (minimum) chartered accountancy qualification journey –...