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uKeshe allows card holders to pay and get paid

uKeshe allows card holders to pay and get paid

It’s described as a micro transaction platform launched in November 2015 and allows card holders to pay and get paid. This after realizing that many, especially domestic workers, gardeners, car guards are sole breadwinners of their household and support more than four on an income between R2000 and R3000 a month. This constitute 79% according […]

Tsogo Sun celebrates 50th anniversary in the industry

Tsogo Sun celebrates 50th anniversary in the industry

The company was founded in 1969 with the launch of six Southern Sun Hotels by SA Breweries and Sol Kerzner, and today consists 110 hotels and a 60% interest in Hospitality Property Fund. Tsogo Sun Hotels COO, Ravi Nadasen says the group has been consistently responsive to the market and has maintained a robust focus […]

Alex learners handed recycled school bags courtesy of Emirates

Alex learners handed recycled school bags courtesy of Emirates

To spread the message of sustainability and make a positive impact on local communities, the advertising banners collected from across South Africa, were given a second life – the heavy-duty, PVC Flex material was upcycled to produce school bags that were donated to students of Emfundisweni Primary School in Alexandra. A total of 517 square […]

Big firms tries to outmuscle OBC

Big firms tries to outmuscle OBC

AS ONE of the affected specialist challenger retailers that has had a footprint in the black retail market for over three decades, OBC Chicken & Meat was one of the companies that made their submission to the Competition Commission on the power wielded by the major national supermarket chains over enforcing exclusive provisions in their […]

Uber Eats takes over Soweto

Uber Eats takes over Soweto

The Uber Eats concept is the first international food delivery application in Soweto, and will grow to other areas before increasing footprint to other provinces. Currently, big Cities countrywide use the same application for delivery purposes. Sowetans can now add something new to their skhaftin (lunchbox) from Soweto’s best loved restaurants such as Just Badela, […]

The return of Loxion Kulca

The return of Loxion Kulca

In kasie or location, it’s a norm to see and be seen resplendent in this famous brand. So popular that the late Hip Hop star Pro-Kid (may his soul rest in Peace) made it a national garment. Recently, the founder Wandi Nzimande revealed how he has been disrupting the industry for over 20-years while remaining […]

BAT set record straight against damning allegations

BAT set record straight against damning allegations

It further states it is taking advantage of accounting loopholes to systematically shift profits out of low- and middle-income countries to avoid paying the full corporate income tax in the countries that most need these revenues. According to Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK) in South Africa says, ‘this report is shocking and South Africa has […]

ANC ‘s election performance determines the value of the rand

ANC ‘s election performance determines the value of the rand

With close to two-thirds of the ballots counted, the ANC had 56.8% of the vote, according to the Independent Electoral Commission’s website. That majority could rise to 57.7%, a research institute projected, well above the 54.5% in nationwide municipal elections in 2016. The main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, had 22.5%, down from 27%. The […]

W-Suite Summit for women in July

W-Suite Summit for women in July

Interestingly, in an era of transformation, women have taken pursuit in senior leadership roles, challenging the status quo and in turn giving more opportunities to women who have been faced with the obstacle of gender inequality. Leading to the W-Suite Summit on Wednesday, 31 July 2019, who’s foundation is to accelerate, engage, inspire and incorporate […]

Why we keep tripping on the stones of financial woes?

Why we keep tripping on the stones of financial woes?

We happen to live in one of the most unequal economies in the world. Last year I read the World Bank report which emphasized what many South Africans experience on a day-to-day basis – more than 75% of South Africans slipped into poverty at least once between 2008 and 2015 and that currently above 40% […]