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Act swiftly or staff will pocket the money

Yesterday at 16:30 PM, via IOL

If chief investment officers do not act swiftly to recover residual value from their redundant IT equipment, staff will pocket the money.

Maternity leave in South Africa vs the rest of the world

Yesterday at 15:00 PM, via BusinessTech

Despite years of progress and an increased awareness surrounding gender equity in the workplace and society in general, women bear a disproportionate responsibility when it comes to childcare, says Muhammed Goolab, executive committee member of the South African Rewards Association.

OPINION: Why Gucci and Dior want to rebuild Notre Dame

Yesterday at 11:43 AM, via Fin24

If the fire at Notre Dame cathedral had happened 20 or 50 years ago, France’s luxury fashion houses would surely have rushed to support its reconstruction as quickly as they did in 2019.

R6.5bn RBM investment set to benefit KZN

Yesterday at 09:00 AM, via IOL

The announcement of Richards Bay Minerals’ R6.5bn investment is expected to have a substantial positive impact on the economy of the province.

Is the MBA dead? 5 ways to keep it relevant in SA

Yesterday at 08:45 AM, via Fin24

The nature of the MBA degree is changing and business schools in South Africa need to adapt their offerings to stay relevant, say Kosheek Sewchurran and Segran Nair.

How many Mustangs Ford has sold in South Africa

Yesterday at 08:00 AM, via BusinessTech

As Ford Mustang celebrates its 55th anniversary this week – the US carmaker has revealed how many units it has sold in South Africa since 2016 – more than 2,600.

Wait for it: Why Boeing 737 Max software fix is taking so long

Yesterday at 08:00 AM, via Fin24

In the days after a Boeing’s 737 Max 8 jet plunged into Indonesia’s Java Sea last October, company officials said they were moving quickly to update plane software suspected in the crash. Six months and a second Max 8 disaster later, Boeing has yet to submit its fix to regulators.

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