10 tips for quitting your job without burning any bridges

By Lauren Schumacker for Business Insider US Leaving a job, no matter the reason, can be difficult and bittersweet. When possible, you’ll want to try to leave on good terms with your soon-to-be former employer and fellow employees. Here are some tips for leaving...

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Coworking spaces are a key economic development tool

Cities all around the world are becoming job creating entrepreneurial hubs in their own right thanks to a rise in digital connectedness and spaces for like minded people to work in stimulating environments. Linda Trim, director at FutureSpace, says: “If cities want a...

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Scofex announces School & Office Expo dates

VIETNAM – School & Office Expo Date: 9 – 11 Jan 2019 Venue: International Centre Of Exhibition (ICE), Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam Show Schedule 9 Jan 2019, 10am – 6pm 10 Jan 2019, 10am – 6pm 11 Jan 2019, 10am – 5pm Move In: 8 Jan 2019, 10am – 6pm Move...

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Microsoft Office is more dangerous than you think

By Alison DeNisco Rayome for Tech Republic  Microsoft Office documents packed with malicious macros are the most common malware loader of the past month, accounting for 45% of all delivery mechanisms analysed, according to a Thursday report from Cofense. Office Macros...

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SA faces ‘biggest ever’ fuel hike in October

By Tom Head for The South African You might have heard a few horror stories about the petrol price in South Africa soaring by R1 for next month. Well, we’re here to tell you it all seems completely true. The AA forecast a rise of R1.12 per litre of petrol, and a...

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DStv switches off its mobile TV service

Source: Tech Financials MultiChoice has announced that it is ending its support for DStv Mobile service. The TV operator company said in a letter to customers that the service will end on 31 October 2018. DStv Mobile service was launched in 2010 as a DVB-H technology,...

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MTN and Telkom in rumoured merger

Source: MyBroadband The Sunday Times reported that MTN South Africa and Telkom have held discussions regarding a possible merger. A merger between the companies makes sense operationally, as it will create a telecoms powerhouse in South Africa with tremendous scale....

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State-owned enterprises the biggest threat to SA’s economy

By Luke Daniel for The South African  Embattled state owned enterprises (SOEs) are South Africa’s biggest and most dangerous economic stumbling blocks. This is according to the international rating agency, Moody’s, which points to Eskom’s major failings as a cause for...

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SA consumers save billions in loyalty programme rewards

Source: Supermarket & Retailer South African consumers have saved billions of rands in loyalty programme rewards offered and are increasingly taking advantage of their reward points given the country’s tough economic climate, which is having an impact on consumer...

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Ramaphosa unveils much-anticipated economic recovery plan

By Bekezela Phakathi with Andries Mahlangu for Business Day The government will reprioritise about R50bn within its existing budget to reignite economic growth and create jobs, President Cyril Ramaphosa said last Friday. Presenting the government’s much-anticipated...

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Employers: beware of unfair labour practices

By Ivan Israelstam, chief executive of Labour Law Management Consulting Section 186(2) of the LRA defines “Unfair labour Practice” as “any unfair act or omission that arises between an employer and an employee involving- (a) unfair conduct by the employer relating to...

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