The role of unions in increasing localisation

November 15, 2018

The labour movement has a vested interest in encouraging localisation. As one of the social partners at Nedlac, they were signatories to the Local Procurement Accord in 2011, making a number of commitments to support localisation, which have contributed to the narrative around the buy local movement and broader localisation. When there are job losses, […]

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Park Square opens its doors to much acclaim

November 14, 2018

The wait for uMhlanga’s latest business and lifestyle development is over as Park Square, an exceptional business and lifestyle destination for professionals and community members, finally opens its doors. The R1billion Four Star Green Star-rated development, developed by Nedport Developments, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nedbank, features 36 000m² of commercial space, a 4 000m² […]

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The Lesipho Trust lays the foundation for economically viable entrepreneurs

November 9, 2018

“A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him” [David Brinkley]. There can be no truer a saying, than this, for a young entrepreneur or start-up company and in the case of describing the work of Servest’s Enterprise Development Program that operates through the Lesipho […]

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NUMSA served with Contempt of Court Order

November 6, 2018

The ongoing nationwide strike in the plastics industry by employees affiliated to the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (NUMSA) affected more than 450 companies and, yet again, was marred by unlawful conduct, extremely violent acts and intimidation. As a result, the Plastic Convertors Association of South Africa (PCASA) approached the Labour Court seeking interdictory […]

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BMF rejects Solidarity’s demands on Sasol Khanyile Share Scheme

October 31, 2018

The Black Management Forum (BMF) has responded to the reported demands contained in a memorandum handed to Sasol, following a march by the union, Solidarity, at its headquarters. In it, Solidarity makes the claim that to exclude white employees in the second phase of the Khanyisa Share Scheme constitutes a violation of the Employment Equity Act. […]

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CCBSA donates R50 000 to IDUC Centre

October 31, 2018

Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) recently donated R50 000 to the Initiative for Dedicated Upliftment and Care Centre (IDUC), an organisation that supports rape survivors in Potchefstroom. This donation will assist the organisation in purchasing gowns and sanitary items for rape survivors. The handover also included a generous donation of sanitary pack items collected in […]

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Credit Management – a high-demand job in SA

October 30, 2018

With year-end exams upon us and thousands of matriculants deciding on a future study path, CEO of credit management company Debtsource, Frank Knight, has reiterated the importance of a career choice aligned to high-demand occupations. Every two years, the Department of Higher Education and Training publishes a list of over 370 high-demand occupations in South […]

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Transnet Board Terminates Group CEO’s Contract

October 23, 2018

The board of Transnet SOC Ltd has terminated the employment of Group Chief Executive Mr. Siyabonga Gama, bringing to an end a protracted dispute over a breakdown in trust and confidence between him and the board. The decision was taken by the board of the state’s Rail and Freight Company on Saturday 20 October 2018, […]

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Power giant demonstrates marine prowess at International Boat Show

October 19, 2018

Cummins, a global power leader and corporation of complementary business segments that design, manufacture, distribute and service a broad portfolio of power solutions for various market sectors including the marine industry, will demonstrate its innovative maritime products at the 2018 Cape Town International Boat Show (CTIBS), Africa’s premier boating and water show. Set against the […]

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Women with Vision

October 17, 2018

“To educate girls is to reduce poverty” – Kofi Anan (former UN Secretary-General). Ladies to Legends is a The IIE’s Varsity College annual event that echoes the belief that when one educates young women and girl children on pertinent matters, everyone benefits. Educated women are instrumental to economic growth and social change. The IIE’s Varsity […]

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