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Leadership not one size fits all

In most businesses, proper management is a complex task. Why? Because managers need to be hands-on, dedicated workers.

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Pick n Pay disputes Woolworths’ sow-friendly lead

As always, Woolworths has rushed to the front of the line and declared the introduction of sow-friendly pork products.

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Transformation requires more than ticking boxes

There is a gap between transformation and capability in South Africa; although we are doing a lot right in this area, with our employment equity laws, we still ... Read Story

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Calling all bosses to follow in Bristow’s wheel tracks
July 3 2014 at 04:54

RandGold Resources chief executive Mark Bristow is nursing sore ribs as a small price to pay for the 26-day motorcycle ride across the continent which raised $1.6 million (R17m) for abused women and children in the most po... Read Story
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Land restitution plan is welcome and department has laid ground
July 7 2014 at 04:55

I am very pleased that the president has signed the Restitution of Land Rights Amendment Act and the Property Valuation Act into law.

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Negative news fails to stop all-time all share high
July 7 2014 at 05:02

Ignoring local events, the JSE all share index set a new high on Thursday, reaching an intraday peak of 52 101.34, having gained nearly 33 percent over 52 weeks. It closed the week a little lower at a still elevated 52 060... Read Story
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Will Japan survive Abe assault?
July 6 2014 at 13:53

Sunday shoppers in Tokyo could be forgiven for wondering if they had been transported to Tibet as a man climbed atop a pedestrian crosswalk, voiced his reason to the crowd via megaphone and set himself ablaze.

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Rwanda makes huge strides
July 6 2014 at 13:48

For the survivors of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, it feels like only yesterday that machete-wielding Hutu militias embarked on a mission to annihilate the entire Tutsi tribe.

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Implementation of a minimum wage is long overdue
July 4 2014 at 04:55

Economic theory holds that there exists a product price below which a firm makes no profit, but can nevertheless continue to operate in the sense that the price allows the firm to cover its operating costs.

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Phiyega’s inbox packed with pleas over strike violence
July 4 2014 at 04:46

Concerns of violence in the metals and engineering industry strikes had prompted employers and Solidarity to write to national police commissioner Riah Phiyega, they said yesterday.

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Amcu is standing to lose after strike
July 4 2014 at 04:45

The head of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (Amcu), Joseph Mathunjwa, is to write to Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) about reports that the platinum mining company plans to sell off some of its mine... Read Story
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Will Zuma’s optimisations clip wings of government?
July 3 2014 at 04:58

Pterodactyls were assumed to be the most ferocious creatures ever to dominate the sky. Their massive wingspan – the largest on record at over 15m – enabled them to glide efficiently across thermal currents.

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SA takes one step backwards in arbitration process
July 2 2014 at 04:36

Recent years have seen several strong affirmations from the Supreme Court of Appeal and the Constitutional Court that the era of courts exhibiting controlling and interfering tendencies towards arbitrations and arbitration... Read Story
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