(Partner Content) As we wind down from the tough year that was 2020, here’s a little food for thought on the hiring of your C-suite individuals in the New Year.
While many retailers and those working in the service sector were left reeling from the pandemic, the likes of Amazon, Facebook and Netflix posted double-digit returns.
(Partner Content) With a massive surge in online spending this year, driven by the numerous COVID-19 restrictions put into place across the globe, e-commerce is booming and there is perhaps no better time to consider digital marketing as a viable career path.
The SACP said it’s concerned that, unlike the international norm, South Africa invests only about 2% of its retirement funds into infrastructure development.
Bophelo Recycling was also lauded for making a positive difference to the environment.
Microsoft’s Work Reworked research provides insight into how companies can best support and empower workers as remote and hybrid working becomes the ‘new normal.’
Considering the potential environmental and health risk hazards posed by industries, genuine engagement and communication between industries, government and local communities is important.
Meet the young engineer for whom hard work and a love of maths have led to a career of excellence.
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s economic advisor, Trudi Makhaya, said the advantages of a virtual-physical hybrid is that they’ll be able to accommodate a much broader global audience online.
(Partner Content) Shipping containers have been around for decades and they have been used for a variety of purposes other than the transportation of cargo more than ever in recent years. They are a versatile and portable solution which serves a wide array of applications.
Mara Phones has opened the doors to its first franchise Mara Experience Store, located at the Maponya Mall in Soweto.
“Most economists, policymakers and international financial institutions agree that SA’s monetary policies are necessary but insufficient to raise the economy’s rate of growth.”
Tune in for a free online seminar on Monday, and put your questions to Mandela Uni’s Department of Economics.
Gareth Ackerman says the Gauteng government should adopt an all-inclusive approach, instead of targeting foreign shop owners.