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By Justin Bodill -  The world around us is changing, and it is technology in particular that sits at the core of this revolution. It has fundamentally changed the way in which we navigate through our

By Thembela Njenga -  As a young graduate, I had an opportunity to work for one of the well-known banks in South Africa. At the time, most of the front-line staff were white women. There were

By Carol Butcher - Some individuals and organisations bemoan high levels of youth unemployment, others do something about it. EOH nailed its colours to the mast and launched the EOH Youth Job Creation Initiative in 2012. The

By Marius Meyer - The month of September is always a reminder of the reality of change and transformation.  In South Africa we celebrate the new season of Spring – we see around us how nature

By Carol Butcher - The recent municipal elections had millions of South Africans glued to their television screens. While the shift in electoral support in Johannesburg, Tshwane, and Nelson Mandela Bay was spellbinding, perhaps even more

By Veli Ndaba - "The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek." - Joseph Campbell Fear is reported to be a number one killer of dreams. It has claimed so many dreams than any other thing you

By Barbara Walsh - You pay a great deal of attention to ensuring the people you recruit are the best possible fit, both for the role they will be filling and with the culture of the

Choosing a career is a daunting task, but a sneak preview into the future and a little bit of motivation is what learners require to steer them in the right direction of achieving their long-

By Cathy Sims - Having spent the last 20 years working in the talent space with an emphasis on young talent – be that leading a Corporate in attracting the very best graduate talent or leading

By Thembela Njenga - In spite of advances towards integrating women in corporate leadership, the workplace continues to be a very hostile place for many women. More often, women are expected to forget who they are and their