In this week’s Business Unusual Podcast, Topco Media CEO, Ralf Fletcher, sits down to chat to Essa Suleman, Director of Woodford.
This week we spoke with Kershini Govender, Executive Head of Transformation and Strategy at Nedbank Limited.
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With the year 2020 and the disruption of COVID-19 it is now, more than ever, crucial for businesses to be adopting agile responses to constant disruption.
In many markets, including the USA and the EU, sustainability in the form of environment, social, governance (ESG) integration is increasingly seen as part of fiduciary duty.
In this week’s Business Unusual podcast, Topco Media CEO, Ralf Fletcher is joined by Unilever SA Executive Vice President, Luc-Olivier Marquet.
In this week’s Business Unusual podcast, Topco CEO, Ralf Fletcher sits down with Nik Rabinowitz. As a giant in the South African comedy scene, Nik has seen it all.
Yuppiechef – National Business Awards Digital Company of the Year – is cooking thanks to exceptional customer service
Meet Andrew Smith, CEO of Yuppiechef. “COVID has accelerated the rethinking of everything and forced us to question how we do things as businesses, how we educate our children and how we view our home spaces.”
Across a wide range of sectors beyond heavy industry, businesses should be preparing for the carbon tax submission deadline on 31 October 2020. Lodewijk Nell, partner at EcoMetrix Africa provides some insights.
It seems that investors in Emerging Markets would hold their governments and central banks to a much higher fiscal and monetary standard than is expected of their highly indebted developed market peers.
This year, Youth Month is being celebrated in unprecedented times for the country. While the youth of 1976 waged a courageous battle against the oppressive apartheid system, the youth of 2020 have a crucial role to play in fighting a very different, invisible enemy - the coronavirus (COVID-19).
In the balancing act of saving lives and livelihoods, last night President Ramaphosa eased the lockdown in South Africa:
In this week’s Business Unusual podcast, Ralf Fletcher, CEO of Topco Media is in conversation with Dawie Roodt − one of South Africa’s most respected, expert economists.
MTHOKO MBATHA is the Group Chief Executive Officer of Spring Lights Gas (Pty) Ltd (SLG) the second largest natural gas trading company in South Africa. He has served the company in various capacities since joining it 14 years ago and has been instrumental in facilitating its growth.
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