Just before the launch of the e-tolls last week, Ask Africa conducted a survey to establish people’s attitudes. They found that 91% of respondents did not have an e-tag and 71% did not intend on getting an e-tag. This has now changed significantly according to the survey. We take a closer look.
We have a lot to be grateful for when it comes to the global porn industry. This sounds a bit strange, but think about it. Thanks to porn we have access to streaming video, online payment systems and live video chat. Colette Symanowitz takes a deeper look into the extent of this industry on the web.
President Jacob Zuma has officially signed the Protection of Personal Information Bill on Wednesday, 27 November 2013. The commencement date of the Act is still to be announced, but failure to prepare for this act could put your organisation at risk. Companies have one year to demonstrate compliance with the legislation or face the consequences.
The South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) is questioning the legality of the increased municipal rates charged to its members. Simultaneous increases in the Rates Factor and property valuations resulted in municipal rates levied on commercial property owner’s rocket in July this year. Members have seen rates increase on average 23% for the year.
Studies conducted by Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU) indicate that the labour market value of a matric certificate remains positive in the post-apartheid era. This is contrary to the increasing levels of youth unemployment and poor performance at school that we hear so much about. What exactly is the profitability of finding a job at matric level?