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Cartoon: Two Guys - and the unpaid leave

Cartoon: Two Guys – and the unpaid leave

Volkswagen Cup provided blistering action at East London Grand Prix racing circuit, the fastest in SA

Volkswagen Cup provided blistering action at East London Grand Prix racing circuit, the fastest in SA

The famous and historic East London Grand Prix Circuit hosted a full field of no less than 22 fast and determined men and women who all had aspirations of claiming victory on SA’s fastest stage. Brian Joss – In the end, it was Universal Healthcare’s Jeffrey Kruger who took the overall spoils, but not before […]

South Africa's premier Concours moves up to the next level

South Africa’s premier Concours moves up to the next level

South Africa’s only National multi-marque Concours at Sun City taking place from August 3 to August 6 will see the country’s top classic cars exposed to an international level of judging. Brian Joss – The presence of international judges and a high degree of overseas interest will raise the bar for the standards of classic […]

Cartoon: Two Guys - and General Motors

Cartoon: Two Guys – and General Motors

The 2017 edition of the Labour Law and Employment Manual is now available

The 2017 edition of the Labour Law and Employment Manual is now available

Including free access to more than 500 000 CCMA and Bargaining Council Awards The SA Labour Guide manual is available in PDF Format on a USB Flash Drive as well as online. We will courier a PDF copy of the Manual in PDF Format on a USB Flash Drive and provide clients with a username […]

Employees Have a Legal Recourse Against Unfair Discrimination in the Workplace

Employees Have a Legal Recourse Against Unfair Discrimination in the Workplace

Section 6 (1) of the Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 as amended provides that no person may unfairly discriminate, directly or indirectly, against any employee in any employment policy or practice. Such discrimination includes race, gender, sex, pregnancy, marital status, family responsibility, ethnic, or social origin, colour, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion, HIV status, […]

10 Ways to Save a Fortune on Your Teen's Matric Dance outfit

10 Ways to Save a Fortune on Your Teen’s Matric Dance outfit

It’s that time of the year again when teenagers and money-strapped parents begin planning for the big Grade 12 Matric dance.  Peer pressure often drives families to spend outrageous sums on their son’s or daughter’s dance but there are still ways to look good without totally breaking the budget. African Bank’s Alfred Ramosedi, African Bank […]

Is your Healthcare data safe? Three questions to ask

Is your Healthcare data safe? Three questions to ask

By Paul Williams, Country Manager – Southern Africa at Fortinet: In the all-out war for data, the healthcare industry is getting hit the hardest.  Experian’s fourth annual 2017 Data Breach Industry Forecast states that healthcare organizations will be the most targeted sector for attack, with new and sophisticated attacks emerging. If healthcare organizations and their IT […]

SAM can help change lives but ultimate control remains with the driver, for now

SAM can help change lives but ultimate control remains with the driver, for now

Autonomous driving technology is developing at a rapid pace.  Business Insider publication’s research platform has forecast that there will be around 10 million cars with various self-driving features on the road in the UK by 2020. But the closer we get to our ultimate goal of completely driverless cars, the more critical it becomes for […]

Join in global campaign to help make roads safer for everyone

Join in global campaign to help make roads safer for everyone

This week South Africa will become part of the first FIA/JCDecaux worldwide outdoor communication campaign dedicated to road safety. Brian Joss – Billboards displaying various messages will be activated at different points throughout the country. The campaign was launched in Paris on 10 March by the President of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), Jean […]

Book Review: Ants of Southern Africa

Book Review: Ants of Southern Africa

The Ant Book for All Peter Slingsby Slingsby Maps Review: Brian Joss If you’re like me you probably don’t give ants much thought, except when you see the little black ones streaming in to the bag of sugar,  “enjoying” the food in the cat’s bowl (they like Whiskas, it seems),  or spotting small circles of […]

Book Review: A Bite of Latin America

Book Review: A Bite of Latin America

A culinary diary Susie Chatz-Anderson Human & Rousseau Review: Brian Joss The author, South African Chatz-Anderson, and her husband Mike, resigned from their office jobs and spent a year travelling through Mexico and South America searching for the unusual tastes of those countries. The Mayans, Aztecs, Incas and Portuguese all made their influence felt on […]

Book Review: foodStuff

Book Review: foodStuff

Tony Jackman Human & Rousseau Review: Brian Joss Jackman has many strings to his bow. He’s a playwright, author, chief sub-editor of the online Daily Maverick,  he used to write a column, Sliced and Diced for the Weekend Argus and owned a bistro in Cradock, which attracted an assortment of the weird and the wonderful, […]

Book Review: Sirens

Book Review: Sirens

Joseph Knox Doubleday (Penguin RandomHouse) Review: Brian Joss Detective Constable Aidan Waits, a damaged cop because of his addictions, and after reportedly tampering with evidence, is put on suspension and given one chance to redeem himself: go to prison or go undercover. Waits chooses the latter and finds himself in the company of addicts and […]

BOKAMOSO | The ANC is Dead. Long Live South Africa

BOKAMOSO | The ANC is Dead. Long Live South Africa

The following speech was delivered by DA Leader, Mmusi Maimane, on Constitution Hill on Tuesday. It advances a realignment of South African politics, sets out the DA’s vision for the future, and charts the road to 2019. My fellow South Africans, I stand before you today as a son of Soweto. A father, husband, a […]

Cartoon: Two Guys - and the Minister of Women

Cartoon: Two Guys – and the Minister of Women

Cartoon - Two Guys: Brian Molefe

Cartoon – Two Guys: Brian Molefe

Taxing South Africa into Prosperity

Taxing South Africa into Prosperity

The Davis Tax Committee (DTC) has called for written submissions by 31 May 2017 on the desirability and feasibility of wealth taxes for South Africa. It has advised that it will adopt a participatory and consultative approach allowing for wide engagement with all stakeholders on the issue. According to the DTC, there are currently three […]

Identity theft has increased by 200 per cent in six years

Identity theft has increased by 200 per cent in six years

Identity theft is a global crime costing economies millions each year. In the United States about 15 million residents have their identities stolen each year, costing the country $50 billion, according to the US Identity Theft and Scam Prevention Service. This means that at least 7% of all adults suffer identity theft at a cost […]

Cartoon - Changing the Eskom Signage

Cartoon – Changing the Eskom Signage

Card Fraud increases by 13%

Card Fraud increases by 13%

Criminals are getting more and more sophisticated in their fraud scams. This is the view of Alfred Ramosedi, African Bank Sales and Marketing Executive. His concerns are shared by The South African Banking Risk Information Centre (Sabric) CEO, Kalyani Pillay, who said the ever-evolving sophistication of tactics used by criminals is worrying. The latest card […]

How road users become liable for damages by negligent drivers

How road users become liable for damages by negligent drivers

16 May 2017: Many road users are still under the mistaken impression that a driver who has right of way cannot be held liable for the negligent actions of other drivers. This according to Johannes du Plessis, Legal Advisor at RBS (Risk Benefit Solutions Pty Ltd), an authorised financial services provider, who warns that all […]

Great victory for Ford Woolridge Motorsport at Battlefields 400 cross country

Great victory for Ford Woolridge Motorsport at Battlefields 400 cross country

The Ford Neil Woolridge Motorsport (NWM) Puma Lubricants team scored a resounding victory at the Battlefields 400, the second round of the South African Cross Country Series (SACCS). Brian Joss – Treacherous conditions faced the competitors when the action got underway on Friday for the short 46km qualifying loop, with heavy runs in the Dundee […]