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Does renewable mean clean?

Does renewable mean clean?

South Africa is joining the renewable-energy bandwagon with solar and wind technologies being added into the energy mix. We take a look at whether these sources are truly pollution free

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Moving the waste into resource

Moving the waste into resource

The Department of Environmental Affairs recently announced that South Africa will soon have a waste management plan for the paper and packaging industry. THATO TINTE looks at the impact of this plan and what it requires from businesses

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It takes more than money to make a happy workforce

It takes more than money to make a happy workforce

If your employees enjoy high levels of job satisfaction, you’ll have a competitive edge in the market. Retaining employees can help drive down the costs of recruitment and training. Anton van Heerden, managing director of Sage HR & Payroll, explains how you can enhance the quality of a workplace and have happier employees.

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BBF Safety Group - Taking back the SA market, one shoe at a time

BBF Safety Group - Taking back the SA market, one shoe at a time

With seven safety footwear brands under their umbrella, BBF Safety Group is the largest manufacturer of safety footwear in the country. Peter Gerbrands, group marketing manager, provides insight to the Group’s recent bold and innovative moves

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The X factor: 10 habits of exceptional safety leaders

The X factor: 10 habits of exceptional safety leaders

Nowadays it seems that the world of work is all about leadership. Take a look around your local bookstore, or that kiosk at the airport departure gate and you’ll find myriad titles proclaiming the latest leadership brand, process or method. Sure, there’s probably something in each of these books that may inspire you, but, with so many choices, where should you begin if you desire to develop your own learning?

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