What we’ve learned from watching our other halves work from home during the coronavirus lockdown.
Cycle theory has a pretty good track record in calling out the tops and bottoms.
Dysfunctional control environments – and greedy hands in the till.
The new face of the beauty and grooming sector.
The less you earn, the bigger your tax ‘saving’.
The law favours companies. It is not there to protect the shareholders who own the companies.
Chinese President Xi Jinping exchanged congratulatory messages to his Ghanaian counterpart, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, on the 60th anniversary of the establishment of China-Ghana diplomatic relations.
Chen Lu Fragrances CC forced 14 employees to each produce 500 surgical face masks each day.
Mohadi, who is one of Zimbabwe’s two vice-presidents lamented the economic depression the country has gone through since independence from Britain in 1980.
Health minister Dr Zweli Mkhize has announced that there are now 196,750 total cases of coronavirus in South Africa.
Bharat Biotech International received regulatory approval to start human clinical trials for its experimental shot earlier this week.
In crisis, there is always opportunity, and tobacco need not forever remain a “sin product” in South Africa, says Sifiso Skenjana.
Given the current economic climate and the revenue shortfall highlighted by the minister of finance Tito Mboweni in June 2020, it is not impossible to imagine that the South African Revenue Service (SARS) will be looking at all avenues to collect taxes due, notes Baker McKenzie Johannesburg.
Footfall to English High Streets rose 19.7% on Saturday as people headed to pubs and hairdressers.
Minister of Basic Education Angie Motshekga has outlined the new return plans for South African schools.
Even as lockdown regulations ease and the economy reopens, many businesses continue to face serious cash flow issues.
Jobs website Glassdoor has published a new guide on the most common interview questions prospective employees can expect to face in 2020.
Two days ago National Treasury presented a slide presentation to a parliamentary committee stating that SAA did not require further bailouts as it was insolvent.
More than half of food and drink businesses plan to open on what’s been dubbed “Super Saturday” but just 19% of consumers say they’re planning to go out on the first day.
The ongoing rand manipulation saga has thrust the role of banking institutions in currency markets into the spotlight, while sparking increasing concerns and complaints regarding opaque and exorbitant forex fees, complicated transaction processes, and a general lack of service.
The obstacles facing a project that’s expected to transform Mozambique are huge.