The UCT Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB) is partnering with the World Economic Forum (WEF) to host the Young Global Leaders (YGL) Africa Education Module from 18-21 November in Cape Town for the first time. The WEF runs education modules for the YGL community and alumni groups alongside leading universities across the world.
The Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) is currently reviewing regulations for all entry-level posts in the public service.
Even if you manage to enjoy a financially savvy Black Friday, the festive season will quickly be upon us and will kick off the frenzy of “special deals” and “discounts” – bombarding consumers that have not had a great year as far as personal finances go.
Momentum Health has published its fee schedule for 2019, showing how much clients can expect to pay for their various schemes in 2019.
Cape Business News spent some time with Liz Hart, MD of the annual Manufacturing Indaba Western Cape.
A recent trend that has emerged in South African businesses shutting their doors is to opt for the path of business rescue, as opposed to liquidation. While many believe that a business rescue process is only implemented to stall a liquidation, thereby also frustrating the creditors of a company, this is not the case.
Pam Golding has released its annual real estate review – focusing on the major property trends taking place across South Africa in 2018 and beyond. One of the key focuses of the report are the key growth nodes around the country.
When you apply for a bond, one of the first things your bond originator or bank will do is check your credit score, that all-important indicator of the level of risk you represent to the lender.