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Open Streets Exchange set for African cities
Open Streets Exchange set for African cities

Open Streets Cape Town and UN-Habitat are hosting the first Open Streets Exchange for African cities from 22 to 29 October 2018...

4 hours ago

#FairnessFirst: How Nike inspires others to 'just do it' with commodity activism
#FairnessFirst: How Nike inspires others to 'just do it' with commodity activism

What do Colin Kaepernick, Serena Williams and Caster Semenya have in common? Despite each facing controversy in their sporting careers, they're all stars in Nike's inspirational 30th-anniversary campaign, filled with fiery new words to live by...

By Leigh Andrews 3 days ago

Working out what's fair in conservation in sub-Saharan Africa
Working out what's fair in conservation in sub-Saharan Africa

People who care about conserving nature are starting to think more deeply about how communities fit into conservation efforts...

By Jessica Nosizwe P. R. Thorn and Rachel Friedman 14 Sep 2018

Blind SA launches R1m fundraising campaign to #GiveWordsWings
Blind SA launches R1m fundraising campaign to #GiveWordsWings

Meropa Communications, as part of its pro-bono work, has developed and produced an ambitious fundraising campaign to raise R1m for non-profit organisation, Blind SA...

13 Sep 2018

#TourismMonth: NMBT, Ofentse Boloko team up to explore Addo Elephant National Park with 14 Khayalethu youth
#TourismMonth: NMBT, Ofentse Boloko team up to explore Addo Elephant National Park with 14 Khayalethu youth

Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism in collaboration with Mr PE UberMann, took 14 youths from the Khayalethu Youth Centre to Addo Elephant National Park to explore various tourism activities...

13 Sep 2018

Affordable housing: City of Cape Town and developers at crossroads
Affordable housing: City of Cape Town and developers at crossroads

Politicians, civil servants and people in Cape Town's property industry are at a crossroads...

By Jonty Cogger and Jared Rossouw 13 Sep 2018

South Africa won't become less violent until it's more equal
South Africa won't become less violent until it's more equal

The release of crime statistics in South Africa always triggers great angst among ordinary citizens...

By Anine Kriegler 13 Sep 2018

How does your company measure up on the LGBTI+ workplace equality index?
How does your company measure up on the LGBTI+ workplace equality index?

The South African LGBT+ Management Forum has released its inaugural South African Workplace Equality Index...

12 Sep 2018

Professor Peliwe Mnguni, Unisa SBL
Women in leadership - what does race, gender, class have to do with it

Unisa's Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL) hosted a conversation with women in leadership during Women's Month...

12 Sep 2018

Empowering Africa's women-led entrepreneurial business ecosystem
Empowering Africa's women-led entrepreneurial business ecosystem

The 4th Africa Women Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum (AWIEF) announces opening keynote speakers...

11 Sep 2018

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#YouthReport2018: Being a teenager in 2018, more pressure than peer pressure

The fourth session of the UCT Unilever Institute of Strategic Marketing's Youth Report 2018 release, also presented by Martin Neethling, director of groceries at Pioneer Foods, shared insight into the pressures SA's youth are really under - there's more to it than just 'being a teenager'...

By Leigh Andrews 10 Sep 2018

Slide 161 of Youth Report (2018). UCT Unilever Institute of Strategic Marketing & Instant Grass International.
#YouthReport2018: The SA jobseeker's catch-22, micro-privileges and the rise of 'adulting'

The third session of the UCT Unilever Institute of Strategic Marketing's Youth Report 2018 release was presented by Martin Neethling, director of groceries at Pioneer Foods, and was all about the 18- to 24-year-old market, the changing definition of teenagers and the game-changers in this regard...

By Leigh Andrews 10 Sep 2018

KwaMashu hostel residents fed up with city's neglect
KwaMashu hostel residents fed up with city's neglect

Hostel dwellers at A-Section in KwaMashu marched to Durban City Hall on Monday...

By Nomfundo Xolo 10 Sep 2018

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#YouthReport2018: Generation jobless and the high inequality economy

Explaining concepts like the 'missing middle' and various African economic myths and misconceptions, Professor Haroon Bhorat shared the harsh economic realities of growing up in South Africa today, at the launch of the UCT Unilever Institute of Strategic Marketing's Youth Report 2018...

By Leigh Andrews 7 Sep 2018

Get ready to dress up to the nines for #5ForChange
Get ready to dress up to the nines for #5ForChange

Turning seven this year, 5 For Change has been an annual highlight on the Cape Town social and philanthropic calendar. In 2018, however, its founders are shaking things up...

By Sindy Peters 7 Sep 2018

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Study: Amplats workers and communities still losing out

Amplats workers and communities benefitted far less than its shareholders during the fat years prior to the global financial crash of 2008...

6 Sep 2018

Cape Town approves rezoning of prime property for social housing in inner city
Cape Town approves rezoning of prime property for social housing in inner city

On Tuesday, 4 September, the City of Cape Town's Municipal Planning Tribunal approved an application by the Western Cape government to consolidate and rezone the Somerset Precinct...

By Thembela Ntongana 6 Sep 2018

Bonang Mohale, CEO, Business Leadership South Africa
#IGC2018: Business and the future of our nation

South Africa is the third largest economy on the continent with a GDP of $350bn. Last year SARS collected R1.2tn from a country of 57 million people. No South African should suffer hunger...

By Bonang Mohale 5 Sep 2018

City's Maiden's Cove development under fire
City's Maiden's Cove development under fire

A R1.5bn plan by the City of Cape Town to develop Maiden's Cove is facing a court challenge from city residents...

By Sophia Wilhelm 4 Sep 2018

#IGC2018: Innovative thinking and jobs for the youth in South Africa
#IGC2018: Innovative thinking and jobs for the youth in South Africa

The idea of youth employment creation became critical two years ago when South Africa was facing downgrades by ratings agencies...

By Tashmia Ismail-Saville 3 Sep 2018

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#FairnessFirst: Be your own biggest cheerleader

The second SheSays Cape Town event was held at GetSmarter's offices on Thursday, 23 August 2018 with the title 'What's your slash?' It was filled with advice for bringing that side-hustle to the spotlight - you don't have to run your own business or be an entrepreneur to think like one, nor do you need to go it alone...

By Leigh Andrews 3 Sep 2018

Conference highlights the power of business to positively impact society
Conference highlights the power of business to positively impact society

Nation Builder hosted the fourth annual In Good Company Conference earlier this month with business leaders, social innovation experts and impact investment thinkers...

31 Aug 2018

Female corporate leaders make firms less likely to fall foul of environmental laws
Female corporate leaders make firms less likely to fall foul of environmental laws

Companies with more gender-balanced boards are less often sued for breaching environmental laws...

By Chelsea Liu 31 Aug 2018

Women in Architecture workshop challenges profession to go 'Beyond the Binary'
Women in Architecture workshop challenges profession to go 'Beyond the Binary'

Sponsored by Corobrik, the recent 2018 Women in Architecture Workshop brought together professionals in the architectural, property and social science spaces...

29 Aug 2018

Designer turned ethical artistic jeweller, Charmaine Taylor. Image supplied.
#WomensMonth: Pass on wisdom and knowledge and support local businesswomen

Marketer and designer turned ethical artistic jeweller, Charmaine Taylor has a passion and vision to promote the message of forgiveness and peace that former President Nelson Mandela shared...

By Juanita Pienaar 29 Aug 2018

People who see men and women as fundamentally different are more likely to accept workplace discrimination
People who see men and women as fundamentally different are more likely to accept workplace discrimination

How should people who care about gender equality in the workplace argue their case?

By Cordelia Fine and Nick Haslam 28 Aug 2018

Women in construction under the spotlight at Cidb breakfast
Women in construction under the spotlight at Cidb breakfast

Celebrating Women's' Month, the Construction Industry Development Board (Cidb) recently held a Women's Breakfast...

27 Aug 2018

Women-owned businesses in the spotlight
Women-owned businesses in the spotlight

Barriers such as limited access to credit facilities, financial skills training, stereotypes and traditions continue to affect women-owned businesses' full participation in the economy...

27 Aug 2018

Don't blame women for leaving fields like engineering. Blame bad attitudes
Don't blame women for leaving fields like engineering. Blame bad attitudes

There are reasons why feminists use the slogan "the personal is political", especially when men make arguments using the age old idea that "biology is destiny"...

By Amanda Gouws 27 Aug 2018

Populist rhetoric is destructive, divisive
Populist rhetoric is destructive, divisive

Are South Africans beginning to lose pride in our heroes and collective accomplishments by vilifying our struggle icons?..

By Professor Dhiru Soni, Issued by Regent Business School 24 Aug 2018

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