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Using intrinsic and extrinsic motivators to maximise employee effectiveness and productivity Most companies have unique methods for motivating people. When it’s done right this delivers an energised workforce, inspires progress and pushes teams to excel. But motivating employees can be tricky and with the ongoing upheavals we’re experiencing, keeping your workforce motivated is more challenging...
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The Daily Insider by BizNews.com President Cyril Ramaphosa’s corruption crackdown is bearing fruit. More than 100 people have been arrested since September and corrupt multinationals have been paying for their role in ransacking state entities, with ABB last week paying more than R1,5bn in the biggest settlement yet. There’s much more work to be done, as legal expert...
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Johannesburg: November 13, 2020: Today, the Smile Artists Africa Project is excited to announce their first annual auction to be held at Killarney Country Club on 3 December 2020 in support of breast cancer. Smile Artists Africa is founded by Dr Brian Monaisa, an internationally renowned Plastic Surgeon whose passions extend beyond the usual nip...
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The Ripple Effect – How water scarcity and climate change are changing the way we think of water We need water. It is essential for the flourishing of all life on earth, and yet we already do not have enough. This simple fact combined with predicted climatic events, such as megadroughts and increased desertification in...
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Dear Fellow South African, Just over a week ago, Brendin Horner, a young farm manager in the Free State, was murdered in an appalling act of cruelty. His killing should anger and upset every one of us. No matter who we are, no matter what community we live in, no matter our race, creed or...
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According to the latest research conducted by the Department of Education, fewer students opted to write Matric mathematics in 2019 compared to learners between 2014 and 2018.  At the same time, academic performance amongst learners who did write Mathematics decreased significantly, with 54,6% of candidates achieving 30% and above in 2019, and a mere 35%...
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By Maria Paul Deforestation is a national and global issue which contributes towards climate change, biodiversity loss, soil erosion as well as negatively impacting peoples’ livelihood. Planting trees is a small step to mitigate this deforestation crisis. During National Arbor Week 2020, this is exactly what environmentalist Maria Paul decided to do: plant as many...
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By Niki Moore The Covid-19 pandemic has led to severe economic consequences across the globe, and freelance professionals are falling somewhat behind when it comes to government relief efforts. As such, a large number of freelancers are experiencing a major loss of income as their regular opportunities quickly evaporate with the economic downturn.  The Southern...
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By Justin Foxton As we brace ourselves to crest the Covid-19 wave, another crisis is taking deep root in our country. This crisis will far out-live the Coronavirus pandemic and its impact will be devastating. Thus far our rightful focus has been on frontline workers and frontline issues; health, public safety, policing, nutrition and aid....
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Dear Fellow South African, Yesterday, the country celebrated Women’s Day. This occasion marks the anniversary of the day in 1956 when 20,000 women marched to the Union Buildings – a great sea of womankind speaking many languages, from different places and of all races. They were united in their demand for an end to the...
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Steuart as a Speaker

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Steuart has done some 500 talks on South Africa's progress since 1994 and SA's prospects for the future'