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Women certainly have a positive contribution to make in the construction industry and while it is encouraging to see more female role players coming to the fore

Basani Maluleke, CEO of African Bank; Saks Ntombela, Group CEO at Hollard; EOH Group CEO, Stephen van Coller; Lillian Barnard Managing Director at Microsoft South Africa; Grant Pattison, CEO at Edcon and Charl Cronje, Managing Director of Ackermans are just some of the heavy hitters participating in the sixth annual Odgers Berndtson Sub-Saharan Africa CEOx1Day Programme.

Although it sounds cliché, flattened organisational structures mean today’s professionals are expected to accomplish a lot more with less resources. 

South Africa has a massive IT skills shortage in the chemical sector. The sector together with academia is required to help the country build capacity needed to develop a digital economy.

“Technology and the use of (it) is going to determine our workers’ ability to compete in the 21st century global marketplace.” – Ron Kind. 

The Artisan Training Institute (ATI) has appointed Danie Wentzel to head up its satellite training centre in Kimberley.

Do you ever feel that no-one really reads your business letters, or perhaps they don’t respond to your e-mails as you would like them to?

Given the importance of data in today’s connected business environment, organisations have no choice but to embrace a more effective data management plan (DMP) as the means to empower them to make better decisions.

Deputy Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies Pinky Kekana has called for the message that technology is an opportunity for women to participate in the economy and give them a chance at a better life, to be spread far and wide.

Anger that we experience is a two-step process. “The first step is feeling some kind of PAIN – be it emotional (eg: loneliness, loss, or rejection) or physical (eg: headache, or stomach-ache),” says Rachel Johnson, owner of Palomino Training Solutions. “This is the fuel of anger, like a can of petrol sitting there.”

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