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by Marius Meyer Today we celebrate #Mandela100.  The 18th of July is a special day in our diaries. Nelson Mandela would have been 100 years old today.  As former American president Barack Obama presented the Mandela Lecture

by Marius Meyer Over the last few years, wellness week was celebrated in South Africa during the first week of July.  Thus, wellness week has arrived today and will run to Friday (2-6 July 2018).  We therefore

by Marius Meyer I always find university rankings interesting. Why are some universities ranked higher than others? It is evident that while the quality of teaching is part of the key criteria, the rating agencies also look

by  Marius Meyer Expatriates and repatriates are key talent segments in today’s global mobile workforce. Expatriates are employees leaving a country to go and work in another country, usually with the expectation of returning to their home

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  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

Marius Meyer “Work is the inevitable condition of human life, the true source of human welfare.” - Leo Tolstoy   Today  is Workers’ Day.  Leo Tolstoy said “work is the inevitable condition of human life, the true source of

By Marius Meyer   Today is Freedom Day. In theory, South Africans achieved “Freedom” on 27 April 1994 when our first democratic election was held. Since then we have celebrated Freedom Day every year. The world praised

by André Labuschaigne   This article is based on the application of the South African leadership standard at Cape Union Mart.  A leader must create and consume energy.  A leader must have energy to get things moving. 

By Marius Meyer   According to John Norcross 50% of the global population makes New Year’s resolutions each year.  However, Natasha Archary reports on Kaya FM that less than 10% of New Year’s resolutions are actually achieved.  

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