Aarti Bhana is young and curious about South Africa's vast dynamics and seeks to learn and explore its people and places through her words. A recent journalism graduate, and passionate about human rights, art and sometimes politics.

SA businesses flourish on the day of love

Turnover on Valentine’s Day can equate to what most florists generate in one month.

School uniform policy revisited

New suppliers need to enter the market to give parents more choice in price and quality.

Big business giving SMEs a boost

Eskom Foundation helps to develop local SMEs across agri, manufacturing sectors.

Bulk deposit ATM can process 800 notes and coins per minute

The system is fully developed by South Africans, for South Africans, and is the first of its kind in the local market.

A tool for those less privileged

New platform is designed to shift opportunities from few to many.

7 ways to better invest in CSI

Investing in social development plays a vital role in increasing opportunities and ensuring sustainability for all South Africans.

SA has 39 years of gold left

Sustaining South Africa’s gold reserves is an ongoing challenge due to cost structures.

Domestic workers take home more pay from January

But still at a ‘depressingly low’ level.

CompCom continues with school uniform investigation

Schools miss a circular issued by the Department of Basic Education.

Vetting your social media presence

Social media use has the potential to either build a or break your profile, use it wisely.

Social media considerations for companies

Individuals’ social media blunders have cost SA businesses a minimum of R750 000 000 since January 2016.

Social media and the job hunt

Your social media accounts are your online CV, build a strong profile and make a good online impression.

S&P downgrade negative for SA banks

‘There is no way to sugar coat the fact that this is bad for the economy’ – Stuart Theobald.

Bribery on the rise and hurting SA

39% of bribes committed by South Africans relate to road and traffic offences.

South Africans take home more pay in October

BankservAfrica’s latest index suggests that consumers are gradually recovering but a February tax hike could scupper such improvements.


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