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Innovate, don’t cut back in tough times

It can be tempting for businesses to cut back their growth efforts during these times, but Innovation Academy, a global learning business that trains more than 2000 professionals a year, urges South African executives to instead focus on expanding their innovation portfolios if they want to survive.

26 October 2018 | Network

New medical facility for Pinetown

The Pinetown Surgical Clinic, Sub-Acute and Rehab facility will be a day hospital catering for day cases with reduce costs but still providing quality clinical outcomes for patients.

26 October 2018 | Network

Farmers use drones to detect diseases, pests

Five innovations to help farmers manage their crops, identify stressed trees and spot individual pests and diseases without setting foot on a farm were introduced during a recent Aerobotics’ Future of Farming 2018 event in KwaZulu-Natal.

24 October 2018 | Network

Tyson ‘most trusted real estate brand’

Every year, nominations are accepted from different countries and regions. Information supplied by the nominated brand owners, together with a variety of information in the public domain, is then adjudicated by an independent external research agency. More than 7000 companies were evaluated for this year's awards

17 October 2018 | Network

Imprinting skills on the youth

As part of its new skills pool strategy, Printing SA is providing member companies with talented individuals who are eager to take up career opportunities in the signage, printing and packaging industry.

15 October 2018 | Network

Top small business honours for PMB company

Investing in staff and providing customised solutions for clients has been the key to the success for the Pietermaritzburg engineering business that came out tops in the small business category in the KwaZulu-Natal Exporter of the Year Awards held recently.

15 October 2018 | Network

COLUMN: Complaints of fronting

Incentives for high empowerment scores combined with a great quantity of nuanced and difficult-to-interpret scoring criteria have created fertile ground for creative company structures and contractual arrangements, the legality of which can be open to interpretation.

9 October 2018 | Network