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The latest news and views from the home and office products industry

Hike or no hike?

Enable images in this email to view the thumbnail. South Africa’s central bank can’t yet call the end of its interest rate-increase cycle, even as the risks to inflation have eased since the Monetary Policy Committee’s January meeting, Governor Lesetja Kganyago says.
 
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World War Water

A plan to stave off a war over water in SA has been put in place.

Women's anti-Trump march causes stationery sales spike

A huge spike in office supply sales occured in the United States during the week before the anti-Trump Women's March held earlier this year.

Retail isnt dying: its evolving

The death of retail as we now know it is greatly exaggerated. 

Economy is shutting out qualified people

Hackers hindered by pen and paper

In an age of superfast computers and interconnected everything, the only sure way to protect the integrity of sensitive data, such as election results, is to return to paper and pen.

Hot-desking is out, flexible working is in

The world over, savvy businesses are rapidly moving beyond shared desks to flexible workspaces, which is having a profound effect on job satisfaction and staff turnover.
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We can save the grants payment crisis, Post Office says

The South African Post Office (SAPO) has officially joined the scramble to replace Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) as the country's social grants distributor amid an ongoing crisis over the payment of beneficiaries - yet it still has trouble delivering post.

OR Tambo heist: policeman arrested, money still missing

Police have arrested four suspects in connection with last week‘s brazen heist at OR Tambo International Airport, but are still searching for the stolen money.

Game vital to Massmarts revival

Massmart could finally be starting to deliver after nearly a decade of less-than-inspiring results.
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