Following the Bestmed Phil Liggett Tribute Tour in December, two of South Africa’s premier road cycling stage races will be honouring the legendary British cycling commentator by naming their winners’ trophies after him.
The 2016 class of the Engen Maths and Science Schools achieved an impressive 94% pass rate, up 5% from last year’s average of 89%, with 70% of learners attaining a Bachelor pass.
Property Point, a Growthpoint Properties initiative, is hosting its first To The Point session of 2017, and its all about helping entrepreneurs achieve the success and growth that will help them reach their goals.
As part of Henley Business School Africa’s Management Advancement Programme (MAP+) course, middle managers worked over a five month period with Sparrow School to assist on a strategy to develop a feeding scheme for its pupils.
Our Honourable Minister of Finance’s budget speech is not only going to be under the magnifying glass by rating agencies this week but also by South African consumers. Wikus Olivier, debt management expert at DebtSafe, says that some announcements can have an unfortunate effect on over-indebted consumers. He mentions that many South Africans are already applying for credit on a huge scale as it is and if indirect taxes, income tax and/or Value Added Tax (VAT) are increased – the situation could worsen.
FNB NMMU-Madibaz skipper Kevin Kaba is banking on his team’s “never-say-die” attitude to help them overcome a tough period after two successive losses in the FNB Varsity Cup rugby competition.
Former Super Sport United FC player Daylon Appolis has recently joined the NWU Soccer Institute Daylon has been part of the Super Sport United academy based in Ladium since the age of 12 when he was still doing Grade 8.
As access to banking services through digital channels continues to grow, so does the need to protect consumers against the prevalence of online banking fraud.
South Africa has come a long way since the dark days of Apartheid. 22 years following the dawn of democratic South Africa, our country has dramatically changed in many ways. Indeed, how we see ourselves as South Africans and how the world sees us, has been profoundly altered.
Supportive, well-located and affordable work spaces, where users can network with like-minded people, are in short supply in Cape Town. However, Inyathelo (The South African Institute for Advancement) is offering hot desking, meeting spaces, conference rooms and related facilities in Woodstock’s trendy Buchanan Square.