Every child deserves the joy of books, please help us spread the word of our book collection for the month of September to help fill these shelves! 22 Sep 2023 Read more Did you know that 48% of women feel that they are not financially prepared for motherhood? This is one of the key findings to emerge from research conducted by Zoie Health and Franc as part of their focus on Momconomics; the economics of parenthood. 19 Sep 2023 Read more As the world celebrates International Beer Day on 4 August, the beer industry is witnessing a transformative phase driven by shifting consumer preferences and an increasing demand for innovative alcoholic beverages among millennials and Generation-Z drinkers. With a focus on meeting these evolving demands, the industry has experienced exponential growth and a surge in craft beer popularity. 4 Aug 2023 Read more Konica Minolta, a global leader in imaging and printing solutions, proudly celebrates its 150th anniversary this year; imprinting a remarkable journey of innovation, adaptability, and unwavering commitment to business and societal progress. 27 Jul 2023 Read more In today's fast-paced digital landscape, it's easy to assume that print and paper are a thing of the past; but according to Mohammed Vachiat, head of sales and innovation at Konica Minolta South Africa, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, he's adamant that print is not only alive, but it is thriving like never before. 23 May 2023 Read more National heroes Banyana Banyana and comedian David Kau are joining the much-loved crew from Takalani Sesame to teach children and their families how to manage their emotions in The Big Feelings Special, airing on SABC 2 at 5:30pm on Saturday, 20 May 2023. 17 May 2023 Read more Partnering with an Employer of Record can help virtual emigrants and SA employers avoid non-compliance risks. 16 May 2023 Read more Let's face it, we all know that we need to eat the right foods to keep our bodies fuelled. Knowing what to do is the easy part but actually doing is where it starts to get tricky, right? 21 Feb 2023 Read more It's a discussion which happens in most, if not all households, can TV really be educational? We hear pleas from caregivers "that's enough TV, you're going to get square eyes" and parents often feel guilt when letting their kiddies watch TV when they need a break or need to get a bit of work done. 27 Jan 2023 Read more Emerging markets are resilient and better positioned than developed markets to face the current uncertain global environment, according to Franklin Templeton Emerging Market Equity's Andrew Ness. He makes the case for investors to take a look at this underappreciated and undervalued asset class. 7 Nov 2022 Read more When Bruce Howard and Brian Benfield established Clientèle Financial Services in 1992, they knew South Africa's first direct distributor of life insurance products was destined for big things. But it's unlikely that they had any idea of just how big their business would become, or what a significant positive impact it would have on the lives of millions of South Africans. 30 Sep 2022 Read more New Bachelor of Intermediate Phase Teaching set to play an important role in shaping SA educators 27 Sep 2022 Read more For as long as they can recall, Thandeka Xaba and Nonkululeko Komanyane have been entrepreneurs at heart. This entrepreneurial spirit is evident in both of their careers to date. After obtaining her CA(SA) qualification, Xaba entered the world of investment banking, gaining invaluable experience in her field. 16 Sep 2022 Read more Despite a whole month celebrating women, South African corporates have some way to go when it comes to attending to the health needs of their female employees - but those that support women staffers stand to reap considerable rewards. 14 Sep 2022 Read more $250,000 BUSD donation will fund six month pilot project to empower women with the knowledge and skills to thrive in a Web3 future.
First courses taking place in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, and Cape Town, South Africa, in October, this year. 12 Sep 2022 Read more Meet Abida Parker, the key account manager at Lift who shares her journey, some of her career highlights and her message for women in the travel industry. 2 Sep 2022 Read more Equitable access to education is one of the pillars on which the solution to South Africa's youth unemployment problem rests. But education comes at a cost; and when that education is at a tertiary level, those costs are beyond the reach of most of the country's parental population. But, how can business participate in this equation? 19 Jul 2022 Read more As the tourism and hospitality industry eases back into business and looks to recover to pre-Covid levels, travellers are now booking those well-deserved and longed for holidays and weekends away. Competition remains rife within the industry, with refined boutique hotels entering the market, offering a new, sought-after experience. 28 Jun 2022 Read more A shared love for online shopping and social media has revolutionised digital commerce. (It's also made the hustle that much easier). Enter chat commerce. 17 Jun 2022 Read more Quick, easy and discreet - the new norm for women in South Africa. Zoie Health, one of South Africa's fastest growing women's digital health and wellness clinics, launched in Women's Month last August, has now expanded its service offering with the launch of MyContraceptive®. 12 May 2022 Read more Every year, the importance of April being Autism month increases. Initially it started with a focus on 2 April as World Autism Awareness Day - aimed to increase awareness or understanding of the Autism Spectrum. Over the years, there has been a progression far beyond awareness, and an extension to April Autism Month. This provides an opportunity to increase awareness, acceptance, empowerment, and overall support for those on the Autism Spectrum and their families. 6 Apr 2022 Read more "Our children are our future and one of the basic responsibilities is to care for them in the best and most compassionate manner possible," said former President Nelson Mandela. 9 Mar 2022 Read more