Feature: LEADERSHIP 101 – Is there as need for leadership coaching for small-business owners?

In a recent leadership development programme, SMPs went through an intense process that included one-on-one leadership coaching sessions and quarterly workshops. Through the coaching sessions the SMPs were exposed to the journey of what it means to self-lead before one can lead others or even organisations Financial education in King William’s Town SAICA Enterprise Development…

Feature: Is a social media presence necessary?

‘When I had my show, everybody returned my call’ − Arsenio Hall, years after his show ended, after his multiple attempts at raising funding at the Celebrity Apprentice Show were unsuccessful. Russell Brunson often tells his story to emphasise the importance of building an audience Different people think of social media differently. You have people…

Feature: Run the country to the top

Teamwork does make the dream work, writes Sheran Reddy about the Vitality Running Cup challenge After months of living like a turtle withdrawn into its shell, most of us are now slowly returning to normality. Either through a hybrid return-to-work policy or full-time back at the office, many of us are now having to re-adapt…

Feature: Whistleblowing and ethics

The accounting profession is currently facing significant pressure both locally and internationally, mainly due to corporate failures, alleged governance failures and alleged audit failures, all of which have had a paramount impact on the economy. In a panel discussion earlier this year, which was hosted by Milton Segal CA(SA), SAICA’s senior executive for corporate reporting…

Feature: Exposing the truth

The former spokesperson and CEO of the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS), Themba Maseko, is part of the list of whistleblowers who came forward to expose the misdeeds of state capture. Themba Maseko, Former CEO of the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) Themba is one of the few who accepted his responsibility, had…

Global race to net zero by 2050 is accelerating – will Africa realise a just transition or become a stranded asset? PwC Africa Energy review

With an acceleration of the global net-zero journey, there is increasing focus on developing countries and their lack of affordability to meet such net-zero targets. A clear contrast is evident when considering Africa; as home to 17% of the global population, producing less than 5% of global annual emissions and accounting for only 3% of…