Former billionaire Carolyn Rafaelian went from one of Forbes’ ‘Richest Self-Made Women’ in 2017 to being fired from her own company.
Businesses the world over are under a lot of strain during this pandemic period. Some have had to close their doors permanently, whilst others have downsized significantly.
Career Junction’s latest report reveals some interesting insight into which skills are most sought after in South Africa right now.
An advert posted by a recruitment agency has landed the Sean McCarthy Group in hot water with the EFF.
We’re starting to get a taste of the knock-on effects of the ban on the sale of alcohol during the lockdown.
Yesterday, news broke that Experian suffered a massive data breach, that placed millions of South Africans’ personal information at risk.
The continued ban on the sale of alcohol is costing both the alcohol industry and external suppliers millions per day.
It’s 2020, and some women feel the need to invent ‘men’ to help them navigate the systemic sexism that they encounter at work.
Supporting local businesses is more important now than ever, and one fantastic initiative is helping to shine a light and get the word out.
After waiting for the smoke to clear following #Megxit, Harry and Meghan will now be raking in some serious cash on the speech circuit.
Company culture is key to keeping your employees motivated, which is why it’s important to keep it alive while working remotely.
A number of businesses have been allowed to open their doors during alert level four, provided they have a certificate.
Congrats – your business is off the ground, killing the competition, and has the potential to go global. Now what?
Last year was a rough one for South African women, so we could all use a little self-care and a few success stories to get the good vibes going.
PUMA went from playing catch-up to rising above them all, and its journey to the top is far from over.
The V&A Waterfront is getting ready to unveil ‘The Ridge’, an ecofriendly “oasis”, and the new location for Deloitte’s offices.
Are you starting a new business, or considering a tech overhaul at your existing company? An expert weighs in on your options.
Once the gold standard of office life, Google is now developing a very different reputation as employee tensions rise.
Thinking of making a career change? You might want to consider applying at one of the 10 companies declared the best to work for in South Africa.
Natasha Fagri, who founded a company that “has taken South Africa by storm”, shares her five top tips for succeeding as a woman in business.
Start-up capital is hard to come by, so you might want to turn to friends and family for support. Here’s how to go about doing that.
Richard Branson talks about what it took to start his business in the 1970s, and why he thinks it would have been easier today.
The 2019 Fortune Global 2 000 list, decided on total revenues for the respective fiscal year, features 12 South African companies.
Brand Finance’s latest review reveals the strongest and most valuable brands in South Africa.