Emoji’s are something we've been using for a while, but it's only recently that they've come into their own, offering us more than just a smiley face.
To protect a business from anything like “Guptagate”, it is vital for leaders to understand the extreme consequences of reputational damage.
Here are a few ways to identify and make a real change to your behaviour that will make a big difference to your financial well-being.
The winter months are here and with them come extra layers of clothing like woollen scarves and thick coats, many of which are expensive items these days.
Are you truly doing your highest priority actions each day?
Entrepreneurs should create an environment which allows teams & themselves to accept rejection in order to learn, apply insights, and pursue innovative solutions.
Having too few, or too many, staff can have negative financial, service and productivity implications - affecting both an organisation and its employees.
Buying a home on auction can be an alternative way of becoming a home owner.
In this time of rising interest rates many consumers are reaching for their calculators to work out just what the increase will affect their home loans.
The compact little GPS Log Book plugs into the cigarette lighter or any other 12V socket of your vehicle, tracking the use of your vehicle.
Bullying is a huge problem and happens anytime, anywhere and to anyone. From children at school, people using Social Media OR even adults in the workplace, bullying has become a huge problem in the society we live in. READ: Cy...
South Africa is going through a hard time economically, and has subsequently had a negative impact on the property market.
Vision, mission, purpose and values statements are key tools in the marketing arsenal, but the sad truth is that most marketing peeps can’t actually explain the difference between the three.
Standard Bank has warned that the current slump in the country’s economic growth and looming downgrades by international rating agencies could harm its growth prospects in South Africa.
Middle- to low-income households, already struggling to make ends meet each month, will be pushed deeper into debt by the latest electricity hike.
Bank charges are often seen as a necessary evil. Yet, these expenses can often be negotiated.
Women have until recently been seen as fulfilling the roles of housewives and child-minders, but the modern world that has changed all that, as women become better educated and push the boundaries of their roles.
Islamic banking and its principles based approach is proving to be a viable option to both Muslim and non-Muslim alike.
The team that brought Zwipit buy back to the South African mobile device market has now answered a call from consumers to buy Certified Pre-owned mobile devices at reduced prices. In partnership with Edcon, ReWare will now make...
The start of a new year is a good time to focus on your finances. Here are 12 resolutions, one for each month of 2016!
Websites and applications that enable users to create and share content or to participate in social networking are usually referred to as social media.
A massive plummet in the rand/dollar exchange rate on Sunday night is a harbinger of terrible things to come, economists say.
It’s the question on everyone’s lips at the moment: What will the year ahead bring for South Africa?
Games of chance which include all games that involve a higher level of chance than skill tend to be the most popular among the female demographic.
Snapchat is fast becoming one of the most important branding apps for the youth market, and some brands are already experimenting on it with great success.
The Reserve Bank is likely not to raise interest rates, experts predict. This off the back of the latest Sars trade statistics showing a surplus of R1.77bn.
Three finance ministers in five days: those two numbers just aren’t adding up for traders of South Africa’s rand.
Facebook looks back on the moments in 2015 that moved us and inspired us to take action in our annual Year in Review.
Tired of battling with teenage children about putting their mobile phones away before bed?
Wednesday’s announcement by president Jacob Zuma that finance minister Nhlanhla Nene was to be replaced has resulted in much online conversation within South Africa.
Looking at member profiles of my last 100 connection requests, every one of them without exception is an abridged version of a CV.
Stylish and slick, the new Spectre Chair from Ergoform epitomizes a contemporary classicism that speaks of a stylish setting in which James Bond would be at home.
South Africa has narrowly missed entering a recession in the third quarter of the year as the economy gained 0.7 percent.
The new science of Evolutionary Psychology has given us fresh insights into our behavioural patterns and alludes to the fact that we react no differently to external stimuli than our stone-age, hunter-gatherer forefathers.
Google updated its free map service to guide users of Android-powered smartphones to destinations without relying on Internet connections.
South Africa’s rand plunged to a record against the dollar on Tuesday, increasing pressure on the central bank to raise borrowing costs at a policy meeting next week.
Facebook can make users ‘lonely and angry’ as they compare themselves to the seemingly perfect lives of others.
Most people never or rarely look at their bank statements or credit card statements. And when they do they’ll often find strange amounts deducted for things they haven’t authorised.
“How come you want to charge for a campaign of tweets and blog posts when will do it for free ?”