SYNOPSIS: The CCMA ordered Mr Pietersen to be reinstated with back pay as his sexual harassment conduct was found, at best, to depict a...
Already cash-strapped consumers could ultimately bear the brunt of the ANC's internal war, cautioned chief economist at Efficient Group Dawie Roodt.
Billboards and commercials are excellent at building awareness within the general public. Nothing, however, comes close to the effectiveness and influence in-store promotions have...
Supply chain professionals from around the world will converge in Cape Town next week for the annual SAPICS Conference, Africa’s leading knowledge sharing and networking event for the supply chain profession.
On Monday, Standard Bank announced the full list of branch closures - and more branches than expected will close down.
Soon enough, almost no existing occupation will be unaffected by technology.
South Africa has the highest rates of childhood obesity in the world, with an alarming figure of 13%. The global average stands at 6%. One of the main causes of South Africa's rate is the rapid growth of the country's commercial food industry. This has led to increased consumption of cheap, easily accessible and ultra-processed food that is high in sugar.
Nestlé has launched a Research and Development (R&D) innovation challenge in sub-Saharan Africa to provide a platform for startups and universities to contribute to local sustainable growth by bringing breakthrough ideas to the market. The challenge kicked off yesterday in Ghana, but will also take place in Côte d'Ivoire, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal and South Africa.
Keabetswe Mpane has been appointed president of SAPICS (The Professional Body for Supply Chain Management).
Massmart is pleased to announce that Nestlé was today awarded top honours at the Massmart Supplier Environmental Awards. Now in their fifth year, the awards recognise top performing suppliers who have demonstrated an industry leading commitment to sustainable supply chain management.
The SACEEC Exporter of the Year Awards were presented at the inaugural Local Southern African Manufacturing Expo (LME) on 22 May 2019.
When walking into a typical retail store, you'll likely notice tidy, curated product displays that visually highlight their items for sale. Those products aren't arranged that way by accident—the merchant is using visual merchandising best practices to help the products sell themselves.
According to Eric Bruggeman, CEO at the South African Capital Equipment Export Council (SACEEC), it is critical for the sustainability of local manufacturing operations that they aggressively pursue opportunities to increase their market share.