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Barriers to Youth Employment: Pursuing a Career vs. Finding a Job

7th February 2017 Is the prevailing ‘job mentality’ hindering our youth and their quest for rewarding work? In recent months, much has been written about the staggeringly high unemployment levels in South Africa. While many solutions have been proffered, from policy changes to training hubs, recent research... 

Why a resilient supply chain will future-proof the organisation

6th October 2016 Barloworld Logistics Supply Chain Planning Solutions guards companies from escalating supply chain risks. Globally, business is moving into a period of higher market disruption - with economic upheaval, political uncertainty and industry innovation all challenging the ability to sustain market... 

Women in Logistics: Harnessing the Opportunity to Drive Sustainable Growth

19th September 2016 In recent years, several major studies have demonstrated that having more female leaders, board members, managers and supervisors leads to better business outcomes including higher levels of productivity, safety and improved financial returns. More specifically, research referenced in the 2009... 

Harnessing Change: Why Future Success Belongs to the First Movers…

23rd August 2016 As market commentators continuously point out, South African businesses of all sizes and across sectors are having a torrid time. Faced with global uncertainty, political flux, and ongoing technology-driven disruption, merely staying afloat as become a Herculean task. However, as the results of... 
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Coordination key to successful nuclear build programme

There is a pressing need for a clear definition of the roles different governmental departments, power utility Eskom and other industry participants will play in the nuclear build programme, as there is a currently “chaos around who is doing what job”. This was the overall theme of a panel... 

$1bn earmarked for AngloGold’s deep-but-cheap Mponeng mine

A big capital investment is on the cards for AngloGold Ashanti’s Mponeng gold mine, the world’s deepest underground operation. The former Western Deep Levels Number One mine was on the receiving end of a surfeit of comment when AngloGold Ashanti presented cash-rich results on Tuesday.  
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