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Labour relations key to building a national brand

It is often said that an organisation’s true competitive advantage is its human capital. This is also true for a national brand.

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Failure of growth in European economy may be deep-seated

What’s next? British politics will settle down a little now that it is clear that the UK will continue to exist for a while yet, but economic issues will ... Read Story

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Housing froth Down Under depends on China bubbles

Lindsay David’s new book on Australia deserves a medical disclaimer: reading this will greatly raise your blood pressure. In Australia: Boom to Bust, Davi... Read Story

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Housing froth Down Under depends on China bubbles
September 23 2014 at 05:17

Lindsay David’s new book on Australia deserves a medical disclaimer: reading this will greatly raise your blood pressure. In Australia: Boom to Bust, David sounds the alarm about an Australian housing bubble he argue... Read Story
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Failure of growth in European economy may be deep-seated
September 23 2014 at 05:10

What’s next? British politics will settle down a little now that it is clear that the UK will continue to exist for a while yet, but economic issues will not settle down at all.

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Labour relations key to building a national brand
September 23 2014 at 04:58

It is often said that an organisation’s true competitive advantage is its human capital. This is also true for a national brand.

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Marcus leaves credible legacy and a stable of able successors
September 22 2014 at 05:22

Wisdom is the ability to foresee the results of your actions – not just immediate outcomes but the long-term, often unintended, consequences of your decisions.

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Power utility still thinks we believe in Santa Claus
September 22 2014 at 05:15

Eskom’s incompetent management has shown its petticoats yet again and the legs on show are far from pretty.

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Budding entrepreneur puts his faith in amazing moringa
September 22 2014 at 05:09

Imagine a tree that grows in poor soil, resists drought, light frost, produces edible oil that converts to diesel, whose leaves and seedpods are tasty, high in vitamins, a tree that grows quickly, and can purify salt water... Read Story
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Marcus suffers case of bad timing
September 19 2014 at 04:35

Reserve Bank governor Gill Marcus could not have chosen a worse time to announce her exit, writes Ellis Mnyandu.

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Turnaround in the home property market will last
September 19 2014 at 04:48

WE NOW have – at long last, you might sigh – a residential property market that has thrown off the burden of a long recessionary period while defying obstacles to growth such as a dismal economic performance, r... Read Story
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Gordhan’s appointment first step to Clean Audit in 2018
September 19 2014 at 04:47

WHILE it is unlikely the government’s ambitious Operation Clean Audit 2014 target will achieve its original deadline of the end of the reporting period this year, analysis undertaken by Grant Thornton indicates that ... Read Story
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Marketing genius of organic foods unwrapped
September 18 2014 at 04:39

If marketing is the art of persuading consumers to buy things, then the initial promoters of “organic” foods – all amateurs with little or no marketing experience – have taught advertising and sales... Read Story
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