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Senne and others v Fleet Africa [2016] ZALCJHB 48
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It’s no secret that there is a crisis of leadership not only locally, but across the globe. One just has to look at recent events at FIFA, Volkswagen,
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Ethical, or unethical, leadership behaviour is a hot topic in our country. One issue receives relatively little attention – the relationship between the moral high...
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The Happy Manager reports that the Intelligence Quotient (IQ) is often used to determine a potential candidate’s ability to perform in the workplace.
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If you’re a Chief Information Officer or a line manager in your business, you’ll probably know when your manual business processes and legacy business systems are...
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There are approximately 447.9 million mobile payment users worldwide, a remarkable evolution from coins being introduced in 700 BC,
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There’s a lot to be said for security platforms that reach across the organisation to include all aspects of security and related Components,
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Does employer-provided accommodation always constitute a fringe benefit?
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Business fraud is the crime that is least talked about because it is not as headline grabbing as armed robberies, and more importantly many businesses
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One cannot grasp the scale of the average company’s data footprint, especially considering the rapid pace at which new technologies are being introduced.
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It is not uncommon in construction contracts for a contractor to be replaced with an alternative contractor prior to completion of the works.
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The advent of enterprise-grade Cloud solutions, combined with the precipitous drop in costs for volatile memory storage, has propelled in-memory computing to the...
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In an increasingly digital world where it is no longer only time that is money, but information as well, data has become the equivalent of a new currency.
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The success of the Department of Energy’s (DoE) Renewable Energy Independent Power Producers Procurement (REIPPP) Programme is a shining example
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Having too few, or too many, staff can have negative financial, service and productivity implications - affecting both an organisation and its employees.
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If you have ever tried to make a change, you would know it doesn’t come easy. Statistics show that 81% of change initiatives fail. Why is that?
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This global workplace phenomenon, presenteeism is defined as a group of passively disengaged employees who are putting in the time but not the passion or...
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In the recent PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Global State of Information Security Survey 2016, 41.44% of companies in South Africa and the Middle East reported that they...
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The various incidents in the past few months of racism on social media have highlighted the dangers of social media use and abuse.
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The dynamics involved in selling or leasing ICT equipment, and related support, continues to change at a rapid rate, the pace determined by innovation.

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