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by Justin Bodill   At the beginning of this year I stepped out of my comfort zone, followed a passion of mine and joined a High School 1sT Rugby team, as their Sports ‘Psychologist’. This has always

[vc_row css=".vc_custom_1525692973229{margin-right: 10px !important;margin-left: 10px !important;background-color: #ffffff !important;}"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Are you curious to hear stories from South African companies who are making a difference and tackling real business issues that generate growth? Talent Talks and Wits Enterprise invite

By Alex Hadfield, SME Sector Lead, Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator As an entrepreneur, a key moment in your first business is hiring your first employee. You often choose to hire young, first-time workers because that’s what

by  Marius Meyer Today is Youth Day. On 16 June 1976, young people in Soweto started protests against changes to the education system and the perpetuation of inferior Bantu education, including imposing Afrikaans as a language in

By Carol Butcher June 16th is a significant date in human history – on this day in 1858, Abraham Lincoln declared: “A house divided against itself cannot stand, “ the Salvation Army was established (1880), the

by  Marius Meyer The month of June has arrived, and June is a special month in South Africa for three reasons: It is the official start of the South African winter, and the good rains in Cape

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By Carol Butcher A research team appointed by the Department of Basic Education recently released the “Report of the History Ministerial Task Team”. The researchers have recommended making history a compulsory school subject from Grades 10-12. This

LEARNING & ORGANISATION DEVELOPMENT (OD) ADVISOR PAOLO GIURICICH CA(SA) – Founder and Owner of smart EQ (www.smart-EQ.com)   The global economy has necessitated working across cultures and navigating the complexities of diversity. Leaders often focus on endless ‘tasks,’

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