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Building niche communities online

Building niche communities online

By Tamsyn Friedman, Group Marketing Manager, CBR Marketing Solutions – Online communities are places where people choose to be, where they interact with others who share a specific interest – be it cars, bikes, parenting, scrap-booking or any crafts, any number of health topics, books, nature, sports, art, politics, fashion, gardening, pets – just about any […]

Commentary: Auditor-general's report indicates poor leadership practices

Commentary: Auditor-general’s report indicates poor leadership practices

The local government audit outcomes report for the 2015-16 financial year was released by the auditor-general (AG), Kimi Makwetu on Wednesday 21 June 2017, revealing that only 49 of the 263 municipalities received a clean audit. Responding to the report, Danny Naidoo, Partner at Mazars comments that it is disappointing to note that overall, local […]

Cartoon - The clean post-mortem

Cartoon – The clean post-mortem

Non-payment of rent & utilities - what your landlord can do

Non-payment of rent & utilities – what your landlord can do

In the Residential rental space, there are often stories of landlords locking tenants out for non-payment of rent or electricity. In terms of the law, landlords and letting agents are not allowed to do this (doing so is a criminal offence which can result in a jail term or a large fine). Nonetheless, it is […]

Cartoon - Cyril the Co-Pilot

Cartoon – Cyril the Co-Pilot

Pressure of unemployment on youth may tempt fraud

Pressure of unemployment on youth may tempt fraud

With unemployment at its highest level, the youth are anxious, agitated and searching for creative ways to earn a living. “In this environment, you cannot write off the temptation that confronts young people to commit fraud, when doors slam shut in their faces or do not even open in the first place,” says Manie van […]

Cartoon - BULLSEYE!

Cartoon – BULLSEYE!

The Reckless Lending and Borrowing Cycle  - Time to Face Reality

The Reckless Lending and Borrowing Cycle – Time to Face Reality

Many South African consumers are unaware of the true state of their debt, and sooner or later the dire consequences will catch up with them. According to Wikus Olivier, debt management expert at DebtSafe, “Consumers’ debt is to such a degree that many of them are not only currently digging their ‘financial grave’, but already […]

Ford Woolridge team ready for 1 000km desert race marathon

Ford Woolridge team ready for 1 000km desert race marathon

The Ford Neil Woolridge Motorsport (NWM) Puma Lubricants team has one objective in mind for the upcoming Toyota Kalahari Botswana 1000 Desert Race, and that’s to score maximum points to build on its current lead of the Class T championship. Brian Joss – As the third round of the South African Cross Country Series and […]

Pressure and opportunities for Toyota team in "The Desert"

Pressure and opportunities for Toyota team in “The Desert”

For fans of cross country racing, the last weekend in June means only one thing: The Toyota Kalahari Botswana 1000 Desert Race, or The Desert for short. Brian Joss – But while fans certainly have a lot to look forward too, The Desert is traditionally a pivotal race in the season, thanks mainly to the double […]

Why businesses need PoPI consultants now more than ever

Why businesses need PoPI consultants now more than ever

20 June 2017: The deadline for South African companies to attain compliance with the regulations laid out in the Protection of Personal Information Act (PoPI), is fast approaching. This according to Terry Ramabulana, Head of Public Sector at Mazars, who adds that the Act will finally come into full effect in 2018. While PoPI has […]

Cartoon - Mining vs Digging a Hole

Cartoon – Mining vs Digging a Hole

The "safari of shred" is heading for South Africa

The “safari of shred” is heading for South Africa

Are you ready to head on the safari of shred, and braai some tyres? Gymkhana GRiD is boosting away from European shores and heading for the sun scorched asphalt of South Africa for its 2017 season ending showdown. Brian Joss – Now celebrating its sixth year of tyre slaying competition, Gymkhana GRiD is locked and […]

Richard Leeke III following big footsteps in 1 000 Desert Race

Richard Leeke III following big footsteps in 1 000 Desert Race

When Richard Leeke III rolls down the start ramp of the Toyota Kalahari Botswana 1 000 Desert Race, the third round of the South African Cross Country Series, on Friday June 23, he’ll be following in some very large footsteps: his father’s. Brian Joss – Richard Leeke II has a record nine overall “Desert Race” (in […]

10 ways to use drones to improve your business

10 ways to use drones to improve your business

The rapidly-growing global drone market presents a plethora of opportunities for companies to enhance their operations, or for new businesses to emerge, says Airborne Drones. With analysts putting the global market opportunities around drones at anywhere between $11 billion and $13 billion by 2020, organisations across all verticals stand to gain by harnessing the new […]

Incompatibility in the workplace – those irreconcilable differences

Incompatibility in the workplace – those irreconcilable differences

 By Judith Griessel, Griessel Consulting – Couples who get divorced can do so on the basis of ‘irreconcilable differences’ – they know the relationship does not work, but they cannot necessarily specify any one reason. It may not be anyone’s fault, but if the breakdown in the relationship cannot be repaired, it is time for a […]

Cartoon - Two Guys and public apologies

Cartoon – Two Guys and public apologies

A Whale of a Trail Run at De Hoop

A Whale of a Trail Run at De Hoop

This is trail running at its best!  The Whale of a Trail Run at De Hoop, along the Southern Cape coast, takes place this year on Saturday 29 July 2017. A mere three hour’s drive from Cape Town along the Southern Cape coast, close to Cape Agulhas, the route takes runners on a 53km journey […]

What SA’s ratings downgrade means for the auction industry

What SA’s ratings downgrade means for the auction industry

Johannesburg, 14 June 2017: South Africa’s auctioneering market is poised for a shift as auctions grow in popularity over traditional retail sales platforms against a backdrop of credit ratings downgrades and news that the country has slipped into a recession. While there is a lag effect in the impact of the country’s downgraded status by […]

Teens – get money smart

Teens – get money smart

You are young, full of energy and life has countless possibilities. “Now is the perfect time to get smart about money because what you do now will have long-term positive effects on your life,” says Alfred Ramosedi, African Bank Group Executive: Sales and Marketing. “To always HAVE money, you have to pay attention to it. […]

Lexus's new performance coupe - from concept car to reality

Lexus’s new performance coupe – from concept car to reality

Lexus has launched its flagship performance coupe, the 2018 LC flagship performance coupe, a concept car come to life. The Lexus LC combines stunning design, scintillating performance, long-distance comfort and premium craftsmanship to join an elite group of international grand touring coupes. Brian Joss – The Lexus LC makes the strongest statement yet about the […]

Can South Africa Afford to be Financially Inclusive?

Can South Africa Afford to be Financially Inclusive?

30% of South Africans do not have a bank account, and 27% of those that do withdraw money as soon as it arrives. Financial inclusion presents a real problem.

Digital retail a double-edged sword

Digital retail a double-edged sword

By Morag Saunders, Major Account Manager, Fortinet – South African retailers have long lagged their counterparts in the U.S. and Europe in terms of embracing new digital channels to improve business operations and marketing. However, they are now moving to catch up amid an increasingly competitive environment and demands from tech-savvy consumers. Analysts predict an omni-channel […]