Youth are future leaders

22 March 2018 | By Kgomotso “Zeus” Meso I would like to believe that youth are considered a bunch of people that knows nothing about leadership. They are considered to lack the capacity to lead and bring change. It is expected that all young people should follow some foot print of those that had made […]

Telling stories through movement

22 March 2018 |By Kgomotso “Zeus” Meso 11th of March 2018, Wits Theater was abuzz with a variety of upcoming choreographers looking to showcase their artistic prowess. The event which forms part of Dance Umbrella’s New Dance programme that aims to enhance diversity within the performance space. 30 years later, Dance Umbrella introduces a programme […]

The #1 reason why millennials encounter a quarter-life crisis

Original article on linkedin.com | 23 November 2017 by Glenn Leibowitz When I was 26, I was stuck in a job that I felt wasn’t going anywhere and in a company that didn’t really seem to care. My escape hatch was business school, where I could spend two years learning new skills, building my network, and pivoting from […]

100 Best Things to do in South Africa

Original article on Jen Reviews| 11 July 2017 |by Jesse Miller Breath-taking sunsets, an incredible amount of beautiful and diverse wildlife, unspoilt and rugged scenery! These are just a few words to describe South Africa. If you are craving adventure, diversity and excitement, then this ultimate list of the top 100 things to do in […]

DON’T LET LOW SELF-CONFIDENCE HINDER YOUR CAREER PROSPECTS

16 May 2017 | Provided by Kay Vittee While not everyone is innately confident in the workplace, recent research shows a strong correlation between confidence and occupational success. Considering the competitive nature of the job market, working on improving your confidence levels can go a long way in boosting your career prospects and helping you […]

JOB-SEEKERS WARNED TO KEEP THEIR RESUMES ACCURATE AND TRANSPARENT

8 May 2017 | Provided by  Ina van der Merwe With a steady year-on-year increase in organisations choosing to screen existing and potential employees, job-seekers who are planning to lie about – or omit – information regarding their qualifications or criminal history in an upcoming job interview will most likely find themselves exposed, unemployed and […]

ORGANISATIONS SHOULD BE INFORMED BEFORE EMBARKING ON RETRENCHMENTS

11 April 2017 | Provided by Kay Vitee A tough economic climate continues to see numerous organisations restructuring and implementing retrenchments in an attempt to streamline operations and increase profitability.  According to Kay Vittee, CEO of Kelly – South Africa’s first recruitment agency of choice for rapid permanent and contingency staffing solutions, – Retrenchments are […]