Qualifications fraud is a big problem in South Africa and, although not prominent at executive level, it does happen. To stamp out this practice, the National Qualifications Framework Amendment Act 12 of 2019 was signed into law on the 13th of August this year. It provides that people presenting false qualifications could serve up to five years in prison.
SAB has opened an R80 million agricultural Research and Development facility in Caledon in the Western Cape, which will pilot new farming techniques, technology and crop varieties to accelerate agricultural development in South Africa
While there’s far more focus than there has ever been on the importance of mental health; worldwide, the majority of people with mental health concerns do not access the care they need to transform their lives.