The Max Ordman Deaf Association has merged with Rand Aid Association, the 112-year-old non-profit organisation based in Lyndhurst.
Actionable intelligence is benefiting organisations of all types and sizes, and nowhere is this more true than in the transportation industry.
By Martina Laurie, a qualified chartered accountant and the CEO of Hands on Treatment In today’s society it is impossible to avoid stress and the daily struggle for most people is to minimise the impact Read More
A group of investors has announced a new ‘social franchise’ for early learning in South Africa, and committed R60 million to its establishment over the next three years. Branded “SmartStart”, the early learning franchise will Read More
Residents of the Quondam Retirement Village, a cosy village located next to Jeppe Quondam sports and social club, were delighted to attend the opening of their own community centre.
Judi Sandrock, CEO of MEDO, comments on Supplier Development and why she believes we need to change the tone of the current conversation around BBBEE and Supplier and Enterprise Development in SA.
In South Africa, the stakes within the energy supply and power management market have risen considerably. Today, sustainable and renewable energy sources are widely acknowledged to represent the most viable solution to the country’s power Read More
Research has found that entrepreneurship is an essential driver of a country’s economy. As a result, focus is increasingly being placed on those brave individuals starting entrepreneurial businesses by governments around the world in order Read More
Women are everywhere. No surprise right? They do, after all, make up 50% of the world’s population.
The South African Institute for Advancement has appointed former deputy Health Minister and widely respected women’s rights activist Nozizwe Madlala-Routledge as its new Executive Director. She will assume her duties at the non-profit organisation that Read More