Editorial

When there is smoke where are the mirrors?

Employers – from SMEs to multi-nationals, the companies providing employment will always be under scrutiny and frequently, subject to harsh criticism. As South Africans wait with baited breath for the floodgates to open regarding ending corruption in State Owned Enterprises, and after the alarming revelations at Steinhoff, one of our opinion pieces this month, Jumping ship, […]

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June Editorial

The voting population of Mzanzi have got over the euphoria or disappointment of the 2019 Election. Focus is shifting to the President at the helm of a party leadership that appears divided with a section of these leaders actively working to undermine his administration – reflecting in no small measure, the true (divided) state of […]

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May Editorial

Ramadan Mubarak to our Muslim contributors and readers. How interesting that the whole of South Africa seemed to be collectively holding their breath for the 2019 elections at the time the New Moon was anxiously sought in the evening sky. How poignant too that the spirit of Ramadan – fasting sunrise to sunset, and most […]

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April Editorial

Election season 2019 is in full swing and emotions are running high. Political parties never-before heard of, as well as all the main politicians are jostling for position on a very busy stage. Kissing babies (and backsides?!) in an attempt to secure a vote (see opinion ‘The ANC Violate All That is Sacred), they vie […]