INSIGHT: SA Inflation – Lower food inflation

Canned food

South Africa’s inflation was lower than expected, much of this has to do with the low food prices.

INSIGHT: Africa- A land worth exploring


As the continent celebrates Africa Day, Charles Brewer highlights the opportunities for economic growth and development in Africa.

OPINION: Government to translate SME talk into action


In South Africa, we have much to do to get SMEs on the path to success so that they can help create jobs and grow the economy, says Steven Cohen, MD of Sage One.

MANAGEMENT: Revised BBBEE Codes- So what’s new?


You may have to rework your BBBEE strategy to comply with the revised codes. Businesses will have to do more to maintain their current status levels.

OPINION: Banking security- a threat or an opportunity?


How secure are online banking apps? They’re not. Many applications are technically secure, but it is important to understand that security is not just a technology problem.

INSIGHT: Flashmob needed to promote ethical conduct

Deon Rossouw

Alternative creative approaches will get the message of the importance of ethical conduct in organisations across. Conventional methods of persuasion should be complemented by others that are potentially more impactful.

INSIGHT: IRR warns on tourism and travel regulations


The new travel regulations may negatively impact South Africa’s tourism industry, says Mienke Steytler of the SAIRR.

NEWS: Government withdraws code on B-BBEE and ESOP


Government has backed down on the controversial Amended Code notice for Broad-Based and Employee Ownership Schemes.

PROPERTY: The importance of real estate training


Qualification and compliance requirements in the real estate industry means consumers can deal with professionals who are equipped to deal with a property sales transaction. Real estate company Re-Max has launched a learning academy to give agents skills and compliance education.

BUSINESS: Get the tax basics right from the start


Get your SARS red tape for your business right from the start if you want to avoid problems and penalties with the tax authorities later, says Madelein van der Watt.