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SURVIVE BLACK FRIDAY

JOHANNESBURG – Discount-hunters, store managers and, well, South Africans, brace yourselves: Black Friday is coming and best believe you need to be ready if you’re hoping to cash in. Or even if you’re planning on venturing anywhere near a mall. It sounds ridiculous, and it is, but people have actually been injured in the rush […]
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RETIREMENT ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

The prospect of retiring can be quite intimidating. People worry about how they will adjust to having nothing to do after a daily routine and with no monthly salary… This ties in with various other issues in old age, such as health problems and the ability to live independently. Yet, planning ahead and making suitable […]
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VIBRANT CAPE PROPERTY MARKET

The Western Cape property sector – despite the prevailing dour economic mood – is still looking vibrant with key properties still generating attractive returns, inspirational corporate action and adventurous developments. Arguably Cape Town’s most inspired large property acquisition remains Hyprop’s tilt at the Canal Walk shopping centre back in 2003. Hyprop – along with the […]
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SA’s GREAT TOURISM STORY

The country has gone from pariah state to one of Africa’s top destinations. Today, a mention of South Africa conjures images of penguins waddling along gleaming white beaches, the Big Five roaming through Kruger National Park, rolling vineyards, and Table Mountain. But as recently as 30 years ago, few international visitors experienced these charms. What did the tourism […]
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ADOPTING A CULTURE OF CHANGE

In technology, companies are always operating in the future, particularly in the field of innovation, anticipating the shifts in customer preferences and ensuring they’re delivering on their expectations. Companies that stay ahead, choosing compatible services for their business, maintain the upper hand on their competitors. “Don’t follow trends, start trends.” – Frank Capra Here’s what I […]