Men continue to earn more in pay struggle
Eradicating the gender pay gap will make a significant contribution to the transformation of the South African economy by improving workplace equality and alleviating poverty and financial vulnerability that particularly affects women – and corporate board directors and investors have a key role to play. The 2018 World Economic... Read more
SA social entrepreneur shortlisted for global investment
South African social entrepreneur among those shortlisted for the 1 million-dollar Hult Prize. More than 200,000 student-led social entrepreneurship start-ups have been battling it out for the world-renowned Hult Prize – a $1 million seed investment given out annually to innovative youngsters with solutions to some of the globe’s... Read more
Cell C appoints Douglas Craigie Stevenson as Interim Chief Executive Officer
Cell C is pleased to announce the appointment of Douglas Craigie Stevenson as interim Group Chief Executive Officer of the company, effective 1 March 2019. Craigie Stevenson replaces Jose Dos Santos, who announced his resignation as Chief Executive Officer in February 2019. Currently, Craigie Stevenson holds the position of... Read more
Port of East London celebrates the docking of longest vessel in port history
Last year, East London welcomed the widest and the biggest vessels in this city’s history and in 2019, the record-breaking momentum continued with the successful docking of the longest vessel at the Port of East London today. The Zen Hua 20, is equivalent to two and a half rugby... Read more
Ford appoints new Ford Corporate Communications Manager for SA and SSA
Ford Motor Company  announced that Duduzile Nxele has been appointed as the Corporate Communications Manager for South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa, effective 1 October 2018. Although she is new to the full-time position in the South African Ford Communications team, Nxele has played a central role in coordinating the... Read more
2018 Haval Outreach Expedition a huge success
The 2018 Haval Outreach Expedition, which concluded in Cape Town on 4 October, was a resounding success. The journey, which stretched nearly 4 500km along the east coast of South Africa was completed by a convoy of two Haval H9’s, two Haval H6C’s, a Haval H2 and a GWM... Read more
Turnaround strategy to help reposition SABC
Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane says the SABC remains committed to implementing its turnaround strategy in order to turn the corner and stabilise. The Minister said this when the SABC appeared before the Portfolio Committee on Communications to present its annual report for the financial year ending 2017/18. “In the... Read more