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It’s in the bag

It’s in the bag

Follow our simple guide to help your customers choose the right school bag Choosing a school bag is an important part of the back-to-school shopping experience. Your customers will need to consider a number of factors before they make a decision. Type There are many...

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What is going on at Vodacom?

What is going on at Vodacom?

One of South Africa’s biggest telcos has suffered two major resignations in just four days. Vodacom CFO Till Streichert has resigned shortly after the company announced that its CTO Andries Delport would be leaving. Vodacom confirmed Streichert’s resignation...

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You should be using spaces in your passwords

You should be using spaces in your passwords

By Aaron Holmes for Business Insider US The most effective way to protect yourself against hackers is to build good password habits, experts say. Cybersecurity experts shared straightforward tips with Business Insider that can make it exponentially harder for hackers...

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Twitter to remove inactive accounts

Twitter to remove inactive accounts

By Chris Welch for The Verge Twitter is sending out emails to owners of inactive accounts with a warning: sign in by December 11th, or your account will be history and its username will be up for grabs again. Any account that hasn’t signed in for more than six months...

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SA ranks high in global survey on cyberbullying

SA ranks high in global survey on cyberbullying

South Africa showed the highest prevalence of cyberbullying in a recent report by Ipsos Global, based on research in 28 countries. The report showed that more than 80% of South Africans said they were aware of cyberbullying and almost three-quarters of South Africans...

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Eskom threatens to switch Free State municipalities off

Eskom threatens to switch Free State municipalities off

By Jan Cronje and Khulekani Magubane for Fin24 Centlec, the Free State utility that provides electricity to customers in the Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality, which includes Bloemfontein, says it will meet with Eskom on Thursday to discuss the paying of its debts....

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Checkers trails one-hour grocery delivery service

Checkers trails one-hour grocery delivery service

By Dhivana Rajgopaul for IOL Checkers has launched its exclusive on-demand one-hour grocery delivery service named Sixty60. It is South Africa’s first 60-minute grocery delivery service from a supermarket chain. With Sixty60 consumers can shop for their food and...

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Retailers must prepare for cybercrime spikes

Retailers must prepare for cybercrime spikes

Retailers are increasingly coming under attack by cybercriminals, and there is little wonder why. They process payments on oftentimes unprotected Point of Sale (POS) systems, transfer large sums of money, and store and process sensitive customer information, such as...

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10 cute Christmas crafts to do with toddlers

10 cute Christmas crafts to do with toddlers

By Crystal Bassler for Moms.com It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Every child’s head is filled with thoughts of Santa and what presents might end up underneath the tree. Meanwhile, parents are buzzing around like bees trying to get things ready so that...

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Message from the Chairman: November

Message from the Chairman: November

Another year is almost over and our industry is without doubt busy with back-to-school, which we hope will be successful for all players. The economy is showing no signs of revival which obviously puts additional pressure on suppliers and retailers alike. However, we...

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Condoms not part of school stationery pack, says Lesufi

Condoms not part of school stationery pack, says Lesufi

By Andrea Chothia for The South African MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi says the Department of Basic Education making condoms part of stationary in 2020, is fake news. MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi said on Twitter yesterday, 13 November 2019 that the image...

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Sappi halts dividend as profits slump 34.68%

Sappi halts dividend as profits slump 34.68%

By Sandile Mchunu for IOL The global diversified wood-fibre company said it would halt its dividend in the year to end September as profits fell 34.68%. The group blamed the continuing trade spat between the US and China, saying that it had hit dissolving wood pulp...

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