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The Great Resignation: A reality in SA, just different

The term “Great Resignation”, coined in May last year by Anthony Klotz, a professor of management at Mays Business School, describes a swell of voluntary resignations amid ...

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Here’s how entrepreneurs can apply for business management ...

South African citizens aged 18 to 35 who have a 100% youth-owned business, or would like to start one, can apply for the National Youth Development ...

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New bitumen factory near East London could pave way for ...

If SA repaired its pothole-ridden roads, especially in rural areas, it would not only make a huge difference to transport infrastructure but would ...

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School lesson on the heart led to young woman ...

A life sciences lesson on the heart in high school inspired Nandipha Ndibi to become a cardiothoracic surgeon.
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Technology has changed everything, but the human ...

Working from home during the Covid-19 lockdowns accelerated the uptake of technology that gave people the ability to access company resources while communicating and collaborating with colleagues, partners, and customers remotely.
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Auctioneers must wield the gavel and their words

While auctioneers control their own destiny — and working for oneself may the dream for many people — the profession ...

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After opening salon in 2020, young owner now trains, creates jobs for others

Siyasanga Hohana has made a living out of pampering clients and is now passing on her skills to help unemployed youth ...

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Coding project sets sights on all of Africa

The Unplugged Coding Project started out in 2017 as a dream to help teach students coding without using computers to ...

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Taking up the baton at GO!

The GO! & Express community newspaper, in the Arena Holdings stable, was launched in 1995, a year before the recently ...

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High school tutoring programme takes off after slow start

The opportunity to help more pupils — particularly those battling with difficult subjects — to pass inspired an ...

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Young trendy fashionista’s brands on East London streets and further afield

Young people in East London are putting their best foot forward and starting their own brands of clothing.

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Informal sector has power to provide jobs

Self-employed Luckmore Makado considers himself lucky: He has carved out a career as an entrepreneur tree feller.

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There are jobs outside 4IR for the youth — sales being a lucrative option

It’s no wonder young job seekers who are pummeled with information on the importance of having 4th Industrial ...

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Sweet success for self-taught baker leads to teaching jobless youth

By imparting the expertise he learnt as a self-taught baker and while working for a supermarket, Lungisa 'Michael' Fene ...

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Job search tips for the newly graduated

New graduates find themselves in the unique position of having entered higher education with certain expectations for ...

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Gqeberha development to boost the economy

An Eastern Cape mixed-use development has been earmarked by government as a catalyst for the region's economic growth.

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Employees who don’t feel safe to offer views likely to opt for ‘terrorist line’

Regular readers of this column will know I love reading and often base the content on others’ published works.

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The art of turning one’s passion into a career

Siyabonga Gijana is making a career out of art and hopes to change perceptions that it is not a viable occupation.

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Entrepreneur’s ‘academy’ offers solutions to bridge gap to online jobs

Piwe Swelini made R75 from his first venture into online work, doing mystery visits and evaluations of fuel stations, ...

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Unemployed LAP up chance to secure jobs

South Africa’s economy is being boosted by an annual Department of Employment and Labour programme that provides skills ...