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The cost of illness and absenteeism on your business Absenteeism, presenteeism and the effects of this on our economy
The link between business success and employee well-being is well documented. Ever-increasing pressures on employees are forcing businesses to recognise the importance of enabling
04 Apr 2019
Intuit QuickBooks New Year, New Ways of Working
As we embrace the challenges of the new financial year, accountants who have been wanting to try new ways of working now have the perfect opportunity to do so - particularly as
28 Mar 2019
SA’s economic growth Skills levels and trust big concern for SA’s economic growth
“Pivotal uncertainties relating to the future of the South African economy hinge on the integrity and trust in institutions and our ability to develop appropriate skill
07 Feb 2019
Education Matriculants must prepare for career paths altered by AI
Many in the matric class of 2018 are currently weighing up their options for the future. With the country’s high unemployment rate casting a shadow on their opportunities,
06 Feb 2019
Get connected in 2019 SA’s Accounting Industry Prepares to Get Connected in 2019
South African accountants, bookkeepers and financial industry experts who keep their fingers on the pulse when it comes to the latest in industry innovation, will be given the
22 Jan 2019
SARETEC providing international standard training Delivery of jobs within the green economy sector expected
The South African Renewable Energy Technology Centre (SARETEC) based at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT) is an initiative of the National Skills Fund (NSF) under
21 Jan 2019
85% of South African students aspire to go onto university 85% of South African students aspire to go onto university and follow traditional careers, according to new global research
85% of South African students aspire to go to university Most still aspire to pursue traditional, well respected careers as doctors, dentists, engineers and
21 Nov 2018
Tertiary Training Why Study?
Automatic success doesn’t lie with a university degree, and neither is someone doomed to failure because s/he wasn’t accepted into the best of the best university. The
31 Oct 2018
Da Vinci: delivering managerial leaders who think and do differently Tshepho Langa (Executive: Business Development) speaks of Da Vinci and how the Institute has set itself apart
Arriving at The Da Vinci Institute/School of Managerial Leadership in Modderfontein, close to Johannesburg yet a world away from it, there’s no doubt this is a learning
31 Oct 2018
World Food Day The plight of hunger highlights the travesty of food waste
According to recent statistics, South Africa produces 10 million tonnes of food waste every year and our country reportedly has the largest proportion of food
16 Oct 2018




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