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OUR CLIENT, TELJOY, WITH SOME USEFUL TIPS FOR MAXIMISING SPACE IN SMALL HOMES

The rising cost of living, coupled with security issues, means that sectional title properties like flats have increasingly become the home of choice for South Africans, research by Stats South Africa has revealed. In fact, statistics from FNB property analyst, John Loos, show that average full title stand sizes have almost halved, building sizes have […]
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OUR CLIENT STRIATA ON WHERE TO START WITH DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

Most organisations today recognise that digital transformation has become a business imperative. Indeed, Gartner predicts that digital business will represent 36% of a business’s overall revenue by 2020. And with businesses that are digitally transformed being 26% more profitable than those that aren’t, there are serious implications to being left behind. Unfortunately, many organisations simply aren’t sure where to […]
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SWITCH2’S SASHA KNOTT ON WHY WOMEN SHOULD HAVE CREDIT LIFE INSURANCE

South Africa observes Women’s Day in honour of the 20 000 brave women who marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria on this day in 1956 to protest against pass laws under the Apartheid government. They sang: “Wathint’ abafazi, wathint’ imbhokodo”, meaning “now you have touched the women, you have struck a rock”. As a […]
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AIRBNB EXPERIENCES ROLL OUT ACROSS SOUTH AFRICA

Airbnb has announced the launch of ‘experiences’ in Johannesburg – with around 30 experiences already available on the platform. Experiences are activities or excursions that are led by local hosts, highlighting their interests and perspective as well as unique places many visitors might not otherwise get to experience. “The experiences in Johannesburg show the vibrancy […]
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RELATE’S NEIL ROBINSON ON THE IMPORTANCE OF IMPROVING LITERACY IN SOUTH AFRICA

The South African Constitution declares that “everyone has the right to a basic education”. But there is a desperate need for resources in rural communities across the country. A recent report revealed some worrying findings regarding the state of literacy in South Africa: 78 percent of South African Grade 4 children were not able to […]