From Kagiso, Krugersdorp, Nkosinathi Moshoana is the GM behind Primestars’ efforts to encourage the South African youth to acknowledge their environmental responsibility and choose a regenerative and distributive future.
In the latest Standard Bank Top Women podcast, Karla Fletcher, the Head of Marketing at Topco Media, sits down with Rolene Strauss for a motivational discussion surrounding women rediscovering self-confidence, changing the narrative, & positive leadership.
Zooming in on the unemployment problem – there’s more to be done to champion South African youth development
As we honour South African youth during June, it’s important to acknowledge the multitude of challenges they face. Issues of poverty, unemployment, inadequate educational outcomes, and substance abuse are just some of the problems they need assistance with.
A culture of abundance isn’t packed with cake and coffee, it is teeming with engaged employees and cooperative thinking. Chris Ogden, CEO of RubiBlue, explains how to drive a successful culture of abundance.
Mat Conn, Group CRO, Merchants South Africa, explains the role of the contact centre in driving skills development for SA’s youth
With a youth unemployment rate of 46.3% at the end of Q1 2021, programmes and sectors driving skills development of the youth for our nation’s future success, are more critical than ever in South Africa’s development.
It takes direction and vision – Starbucks SA’s Chief Executive Adrian Maizey talks customer satisfaction
Adrian Maizey, CEO of Rand Capital Coffee, the licensee of Starbucks in SA, is passionate about the American coffee brand’s impact on our community, and remains dedicated to taking a proudly South African approach.
Mark Maingard of Outside The Bowl Africa explains why empowering the youth is key to food security and nutrition
Mark Maingard is the Managing Director of Outside The Bowl Africa (OTB Africa), an NGO on a mission to eradicate childhood hunger through the work they do in the Western Cape, South Africa, and the African continent as a whole.
The first of June was not only the start of Winter in South Africa, but also the start of Youth Month. To celebrate Youth month, here are 6 lessons learnt as an youthpreneur stepping into the ‘World of Entrepreneurship’…
Right now, researching and implementing innovative solutions to combating South Africa’s unemployment dilemma and deep-seated economic issues are essential for driving much-needed growth. This is where the Tourism Sector comes in…