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Sechaba Gqeba joins SAfm
Sechaba Gqeba joins SAfm

Celebrating 13 years in broadcasting, Sechaba Gqeba is taking her career to new heights by joining SAfm with her new lifestyle show, Living Redefined with Sechaba Gqeba...

32 minutes ago

4 things executives should not do on social media
4 things executives should not do on social media

Strengthening your company's reputation through online platforms is an important part of brand management...

58 minutes ago

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White House blames Facebook and YouTube for spreading vaccine misinformation

The White House has YouTube, not just Facebook, on its list of social media platforms officials say are responsible for an alarming spread of misinformation...

By Nandita Bose 1 hour ago

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Music education can aid skills development for the future workplace

Music education in schools could equip learners with the skills they will need in the 21st century workplace, a new study has revealed...

1 hour ago

Local potato industry appeals for support amidst EU dumping threats
Local potato industry appeals for support amidst EU dumping threats

Potatoes SA appeals to South African consumers, businesses and its government to embrace and support local growers and producers as this is the most powerful and promising measure of combating the effects of agricultural dumping...

1 hour ago

Managing stock availability for post-protest recovery
Managing stock availability for post-protest recovery

The challenges in managing stock have never been so acute as they are now for retailers affected by the looting that swept through KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng...

By Hendrik Bredenkamp 1 hour ago

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Facebook will restrict ad targeting of under-18s

Facebook will stop allowing advertisers to target people under 18 on its platforms based on their interests or their activity on other sites...

By Elizabeth Culliford 1 hour ago

SA plans R36bn relief measures over Covid-19, unrest
SA plans R36bn in relief measures over Covid-19, unrest

South Africa plans relief measures worth about R36bn to support businesses and individuals affected by Covid-19 restrictions and recent unrest...

By Alexander Winning and Wendell Roelf 2 hours ago

#RevivingTownshipEconomies campaign helps to restore small businesses
#RevivingTownshipEconomies campaign helps to restore small businesses

Small businesses are in crisis following the devastation caused by the recent looting and vandalism which swept across Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal...

2 hours ago

Recovery of the transport industry shows potential.
Recovery of the transport industry shows potential

According to the latest Ctrack Freight Transport Index, the overall logistics sector continues to show huge growth with year-on year-increases of 26,4%...

2 hours ago

My Smart City app launched to help citizens report ward-related issues
My Smart City app launched to help citizens report ward-related issues

Acumen Software has launched the first phase of its free My Smart City citizen's platform for City of Johannesburg and City of Cape Town residents...

2 hours ago

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Planning for a world beyond third-party cookies

For years, brands have relied on third-party cookies and mobile identifiers to deliver personalised ads to prospects and customers...

By Mario de Lima 2 hours ago

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Eskom working on replacing failing infrastructure

Eskom has committed to replacing its ailing infrastructure in Gauteng after experiencing an increased number of "pole-mounted" transformers and mini-substations that fail due to network overload...

2 hours ago

Tommy Hilfiger collabs with Indya Moore on gender-fluid fashion
Tommy Hilfiger collabs with Indya Moore on gender-fluid fashion

Tommy Hilfiger is launching a gender-fluid summer pre-fall 2021 capsule collection co-designed by non-binary actor and activist, Indya Moore...

2 hours ago

How to boost business leads in a digital environment
How to boost business leads in a digital environment

Encouraging a steady stream of high-quality new business leads will always be a priority for organisations, whether you're in retail or real estate...

By James Bayhack 3 hours ago

PoPIA information officer clarity for community schemes
PoPIA information officer clarity for community schemes

The implementation of the Protection of Personal Information Act (PoPIA) has posed numerous challenges for community housing schemes...

4 hours ago

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Vaccine inequality makes a case for African pharma opportunities

Africa's Covid-19 vaccine challenges have been a bitter pill for many governments to swallow as they watch developed countries race ahead with their vaccination programmes...

By Julie Oppenheim, Daniel Mwathe & Micael Sehul 4 hours ago

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Public sector unions sign wage deal

Public Service and Administration Minister Senzo Mchunu has welcomed the conclusion of the collective agreement on wage increases in the public service...

4 hours ago

#MusicExchange: Idols SA star Mark Haze is back with a brand-new album
#MusicExchange: Idols SA star Mark Haze is back with a brand-new album

Idols SA star Mark Haze is back with a brand-new album; "Monster" is the new single off his new album Authentic...

Martin MyersBy Martin Myers 4 hours ago

Park Advertising invests in community radio
Park Advertising invests in community radio

The riots and looting that took place earlier this month affected so many businesses and livelihoods, but it also showed South Africa's true colours of empathy...

4 hours ago

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Tiger Brands minor shareholders want answers over recall

Two minor shareholders of Tiger Brands have written to the company requesting more details after it announced recalling 20 million canned vegetable products over a leak risk...

By Nqobile Dludla 5 hours ago

Media startup explain.co.za wins international award
Media startup explain.co.za wins international award

Media startup explain.co.za has won a major international award, recognising the publication's commitment to making news accessible to all...

5 hours ago

How to win at company culture, despite the pandemic
How to win at company culture, despite the pandemic

It's no secret that Covid-19 has completely changed our world of work. However, success can still be achieved by aligning culture and brand values...

By Enid Lizamore 5 hours ago

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6 insurance types you may need to safeguard your business

The recent spate of violence in SA proved that business insurance is an important safeguard for any business. Here are insurance types to consider...

Johannes MasitengBy Johannes Masiteng 5 hours ago

1000 Women Restart offers hope to women in South Africa
1000 Women Restart offers hope to women in South Africa

1000 Women Restart, a comprehensive and wide-ranging campaign to empower victims of gender-based violence, and also those who lost their jobs during the Covid-19 lockdown...

6 hours ago

What cybersecurity experts think about Transnet's hack crisis
What cybersecurity experts think about Transnet's hack crisis

State-owned rail, port and pipeline company Transnet appears to be in crisis mode after a cyberattack hit the company last week...

6 hours ago

Creecy calls for greater access to finance for low-carbon investment in emerging markets
Creecy calls for greater access to finance for low-carbon investment in emerging markets

With emerging markets requiring an estimated $3-4tn annually in low-carbon investments over the next 15 years, Barbara Creecy has called on...

6 hours ago

Sama27 announces performers and presenters
Sama27 announces performers and presenters

The South African Music Awards (Sama) has announced the performers and presenters who will take to the stage at its 27th edition...

6 hours ago

Noni Khumalo, radio host at Voice of Wits FM
#BehindtheMask: Noni Khumalo, radio host at Voice of Wits FM

This week, we spoke with Noni Khumalo, who is a radio host at Voice of Wits FM...

Emily StanderBy Emily Stander 6 hours ago

Keeping non-profit CEOs out of the room when boards decide what to pay them yields good results
Keeping non-profit CEOs out of the room when boards decide what to pay them yields good results

Keeping non-profit CEOs out of meetings when members of their boards discuss or vote on compensation can lead to these CEOs making less money and working harder...

By Ilona Babenko 7 hours ago






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