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BREAKING THE MOULD

BREAKING THE MOULD

Some economists consider innovative activity to be the single most important force in achieving long-term growth and global competitiveness. Where does SA stand with regard to the powers of invention? Read more
MISSING IN ACTION

MISSING IN ACTION

Absenteeism costs the SA economy billions every year. How can companies guard against it and inspire employees to be more engaged in the workplace? Read more
GROUP DYNAMIC

GROUP DYNAMIC

Crowdfunding is set to soon surpass venture capital as a means of raising finance. How can its innovation be tapped to help grow SMEs in the country? Read more
THAT’S THE IDEA

THAT’S THE IDEA

Changes are proposed to SA’s intellectual property laws. What effect are they likely to have on business? Read more
HUB OF ACTIVITY

HUB OF ACTIVITY

To bolster the success of the country’s IDZ programme, the SA government has effected the SEZ Act to create a more investor-friendly environment Read more
THE CEO FILE

THE CEO FILE

A good business leader requires much more than a winning smile and commanding personality. So what defines the elements of success? Read more
CULTURE SHOCK

CULTURE SHOCK

Management needs to be aware of achieving synergy during a corporate takeover, especially when two organisations are run on very different models Read more
PENNY FOR ITS THOUGHTS

PENNY FOR ITS THOUGHTS

They’re cheap, efficient and becoming increasingly sophisticated. Soon they will be able to take over white-collar jobs. So how does a smart business incorporate robots into its operations? Read more