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COMPANY NEWS , Transformation
Image: Sea-rious about transformation Sea Harvest believes that successful transformation hinges on effective mentoring and coaching.

“It’s not enough to talk about transformation, businesses need to show shareholders, customers and especially government stakeholders that they are transformed,” says Sea Harvest Human Resources (HR) Director Mary-Lou Harry. With 50% of Sea Harvest’s top management and 70% of its senior management being black, the vertically integrated deep-sea fishing operation is serious about transformation.   Read More...

HEADLINES, Sustainability, Transformation
Image: Women’s economic inclusion could turbocharge global GDP and development The advancement of women in business improves bottom-line performance and strengthens corporate culture, which ultimately drives GDP and socio-economic development. That’s the view of Graça Machel, founder of the Graça Machel Trust. Mrs Machel was delivering the keynote address at the Trialogue Business in Society Conference in Johannesburg on Tuesday, 16 May 2017.   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , Transformation
Image: Mthatha Legal Eagles Set to Soar Through Transformation Programmes Eight historically disadvantaged Mthatha legal professionals have been recognised and rewarded with tools to grow their legal practices

 Representing two spheres of the legal industry that are heavily reliant on one another, the four Mthatha advocates and four attorneys were honoured at a consultative workshop at the Garden Court Mthatha on Friday, 27 May. The event was hosted by Attorney Development Fund in partnership with LexisNexis South Africa – a leading provider of content and technology solutions for the legal, professional and academic sectors – and Korbitec – developers of market-leading desktop software, online products and data solutions for all spheres of the South African property industry.


HEADLINES, Transformation, Women Empowerment
Image: Marginal Improvements for working women in past 20 years International study by the International Labour Organization (ILO) women have seen only “marginal improvements” in the past 20 years. We have to also take stock of the kind of progress that has been made in the world of work for women. “Through the working lives of many women, there remains significant obstacles in gaining access to decent and paying jobs,” says Karabo Keepile.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Skills Development, Transformation
Image:  Call for Technologies and Innovations Renewable Energy Technologies and Innovations: Empowering women, improving their lives and promoting gender equality

UN Women South Africa Multi Country Office, in partnership with Department of Energy and the United Nations Industrial development Organisation (UNIDO), is inviting submissions of renewable energy technologies and innovations. The RE project aims to promote technologies that have a positive impact on women’s lives, especially those technologies that will improve the living conditions of rural and peri-urban women and their households.   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , Funding, Transformation
Image: Emperors Palace bridges management skills gap for chefs Strategic Transformational Resourceful Actionable Together (STRAT) Chef programme launched

Emperors Palace is proud to announce the recent launch of the Strategic Transformational Resourceful Actionable Together (STRAT) Chef programme, aimed at developing and improving the management skills for 15 chefs at the resort. The training programme is the result of a skills audit that was completed over several months, during which a series of interviews were conducted with chefs that highlighted both individual and group development needs. The outcome of the interviews clearly indicated that chefs were lacking certain management skills that was critical to ensure further growth in the workplace.   Read More...

HEADLINES, Transformation
Image: Transformation in a democratic South Africa Kagiso Trust in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) and the Anglican Church of George
Recent incidents of students making their voices heard at tertiary institutions across the country – on the topic of transformation – has certainly confirmed the foresight and relevance of the annual Beyers Naudé Memorial Lecture by the Kagiso Trust.   Read More...

HEADLINES, Social & Community, Transformation
Image: Moving from Charity to Intentional Development - Understanding Collective Impact By: Lorenzo Davids, National CEO
One of the great challenges of our time is the need to understand the true cost of what it will take to impact the education, health and employment challenges we have in our society. We are all aware of the burgeoning pressures these issues are placing on our  economic survival.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Transformation
Image: Celebrating Africa Day with music City Hall Sessions, 25 May 2014

During the year that our country celebrates 20 years of democracy and our continent celebrates the founding of the African Union, it seems only fitting that we celebrate this Africa Day with music. You can look forward to the Africa Day eKapa edition of City Hall Sessions, with the Ethiopian-inspired sounds of Imperial Tiger Orchestra, Ntombe Thongo from the rural Eastern Cape and Johannesburg-based vocalist Ringo Madlingozi. But what is Africa Day? And how do we understand the role of music in celebrating it?   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Transformation
Image: Africa and West at odds over disputed Zim poll President Jacob Zuma on Sunday congratulated Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe on his re-election, in sharp contrast to Western governments

African monitors broadly approved the conduct of the election but Mugabe's main rival, Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai, has said he will challenge the results in court with evidence of massive vote-rigging, irregularities and intimidation.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , HEADLINES, Transformation
Image: Is CSI missing the plot in engaging audiences? Companies are failing to meaningfully engage their audiences on CSI
This is due to a lack of understanding on storytelling and social media. This was the overarching sentiment of a CSI Dialogue on storytelling and social media hosted by Kaelo Engage this week in Johannesburg.   Read More...

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