The search for the next positive hero begins on 1 December when the HIV epidemic gets a shot of hope with the launch of The Search for the Next Positive Hero SA; an initiative of the Change the Stigma Project, spearheaded by Charles Jacobs and supported by Trevor Kleinhans.
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Constitutional democracy will survive the threat of an ANC-in-crisis. Moneyweb recently published two controversial opinion contributions from Max du Preez and Magnus Heystek which garnered a swift, emotional and blunt response from the Moneyweb community.
FNB and the Italian-South African Chamber of Trade and Industries celebrated the 15th edition of the FNB Business Excellence Awards on Thursday, 20th November at the Wanderer’s Club in Illovo.
A tiny shrimp equipped with large, candy-striped eyes to ward off predators has been discovered in South African waters, the University of Cape Town reported.
Applications are now open for the January 2015 intake of the Google and IAB SA-backed three-month digital bootcamp, Digify, run by youth agency Livity Africa for 18 to 25 year olds.
South Africa’s Woolworths Holdings reported a 48 percent jump in sales for the first 20 weeks of its financial year on Thursday, lifted by the acquisition of Australia’s David Jones.
Triple Major champion Padraig Harrington has added his name to a professional field for this month’s Gary Player Invitational presented by Coca-Cola that now has a combined 13 Majors and 258 tournament victories worldwide.
Has the ANC finally met its match? At SA – the Good News our primary mission is to enable a balanced narrative, “celebrate the good and confront the bad” is our mantra. That is sometimes a difficult task, not because there is a preponderance of ‘bad news’, but because change happens quickly in SA. Just
FNB Business has seen an increase in the number of female owned businesses and female entrepreneurs over the past two years. The Bank says the average growth rate in women owned businesses within the FNB Business customer base is approximately 11%, generally fluctuating with the economic cycle.
THE Coega Development Corporation (CDC) announced last week that it handed over certificates to 200 Small Macro Medium Enterprises (SMMEs) who took part in the Black Economic Empowerment Competitiveness Improvement Programme (BEECIP).