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Homeless living: Where to from here?

During the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic, hundreds of homeless people were provided with shelter and different measures of care to combat the spread...

Why some workers are afraid to take time off for mental...

With the Covid-19 pandemic, the cost of living crisis and the war in Ukraine, many factors have increased anxiety in the workplace. So much...

SA Shopping habits – making less store trips but buying the...

The latest NielsenIQ State of the Retail Nation report which reflects data measured over the four weeks to the beginning of September 2022, has...

Ramaphosa: One million people employed through stimulus programme

In his weekly letter to the nation, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced a milestone in the almost two years the Presidential Employment Stimulus has been...

Macufe preparations under way as festival draws closer

Preparations for the 2022 edition of the Mangaung African Cultural Festival (Macufe) are ongoing as the Macufe Steering Committee has been set up to...

Max SpitBraai & Grill puts the flesh on the business bone

Entrepreneur advises not to follow others but have a valid reason and desire to go into business. ABSA has embarked on a campaign to support...

Getting into the meat of the business

This business ran with the ups and lockdowns to be successful ABSA has embarked on a campaign to support and empower SMEs across South Africa....

Hiking made social in BFN

Teboho Mahlaba has combined his years of experience in the tourism industry with his love for nature to create a platform for locals to...

Government dragged to court to scrap new R350 grant regulations

Civil society organisations led by the Black Sash Trust have launched legal action against government to set aside the new regulations that govern the...

WHO warns SA to prep for more Omicron variants

The World Health Organization (WHO) in Africa urged leaders in the SADC region to strengthen their response to the Covid-19 pandemic, as infections spike...

Young Free Stater starts online marketplace

A young Free Stater, Thapelo Khalienyane, has established a website that will help small businesses around the country to sell and move their products....

SA has worst unemployment rate among world’s economic data-tracking countries

Stanlib chief economist, Kevin Lings said he is not aware of any country that produces economic data on a regular basis that has an...

D-day for licence renewals

The grace period that the department of Police, Roads and Transport has granted motorists to renew their expired driving licences ends on Thursday 31...

Why are banking apps beneficial today?

Apps have positively impacted different spheres of life which includes banking. How do they help? The tech industry has always been passionate about evolving and...

Technology is changing the ‘face’ of SMEs

In an increasingly global marketplace, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are compelled to find and leverage any opportunity they can to remain competitive and...

Courant, OFM support Bloem in Concert

The Covid-19 pandemic not only had far-reaching implications for the economy, it also had a devastating effect on the creative, arts and entertainment sectors. As...

Ramaphosa reflects on past year and way forward

This year’s State of the Nation address saw the President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, highlighting key components that the government will focus on...

Covid-19 positive cases without symptoms not required to isolate

Teachers and learners who test positive for Covid-19 and do not have symptoms are no longer required to isolate. This according to a document published...