South Africa: Gauteng Enters ‘Second Wave’ of Empowerment

Original article on | 21 February 2017 The Gauteng Government has entered into the “second wave” of empowerment which will ensure that black businesses and township enterprises become more sustainable by participating in the other sectors of the economy. In partnership with key industry leaders, some of the radical measures that will be taken […]

A Leader in Mining

Original article on | 29 September 2016 | Africa is a world leader in mining. The country is eminent for its richness of mineral resources, accounting for a momentous proportion of world production and reserves, and South African mining companies are crucial players in the global industry. Its total reserves remain some of the world’s […]

A world of differences

Original article on |27 Sepetmber 2016 | by Danette Breitenbach  The African entertainment and media industry faces profound disruption, but it is exactly within this disruption that companies are finding opportunities. In stark contrast the industry is both stagnating while at the same time showing spectacular growth. The 7th annual Media and Entertainment Outlook (Outlook) 2016 – […]

Women in logistics

Original article on |20 September 2016 | by Barloworld Logistics. In recent years, several major studies have demonstrated that having more female leaders, board members, managers and supervisors leads to better business outcomes including higher levels of productivity, safety and improved financial returns, says Shirley Duma, Director: Human Resources, Barloworld Logistics. More specifically, research […]

This is the average salary in South Africa by race and industry

Original article posted Business Tech | 26 July 2016 New data from a minimum wage report from School of Economic and Business Sciences (SEBS) at the University of the Witwatersrand shows how much the average South African gets paid across race, gender and industry in the country. The data forms part of The National Minimum Wage […]