Category:Featured March/April 2012

Love and money, food and death
April 15, 2012

Love and money, food and death

Royal Canin South Africa lost more than R90 million in the space of a few weeks when its products were found to contain traces...

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Reflective means protective
April 15, 2012

Reflective means protective

It’s often the simplest things that save lives, and high visibility clothing certainly qualifies – but as DANIELLE DU TOIT discovers, there is such...

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Laying down the law
April 15, 2012

Laying down the law

With more than R2,7 billion paid out by the Compensation Fund for claims in the five highest-risk sectors in the past year – and...

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The constricting effect of crime
April 15, 2012

The constricting effect of crime

A safe and secure environment is essential for business, but a government-commissioned report shows that we’re not feeling safe or secure. DANIELLE DU TOIT...

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Oppenheimer’s other legacy
April 15, 2012

Oppenheimer’s other legacy

Twelve years of accident-free driving – then it’s a gold bar for you! Capturing the essence of a bustling Johannesburg in the 1940s, this...

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Shameful, sobering and scary
April 15, 2012

Shameful, sobering and scary

South Africa has some of the most progressive environmental legislation in the world, but some ugly truths emerged with the release of an authoritative...

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Health and safety thumbs-up for Ford
April 15, 2012

Health and safety thumbs-up for Ford

Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) has received recognition from its global parent company once again, and it’s easy to see why –...

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Energising the future
April 15, 2012

Energising the future

Africa’s need for energy cannot be denied. Access to energy means development on a continent of massive potential and the unlocking of a brighter...

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Humans, the trickiest of all assets
April 15, 2012

Humans, the trickiest of all assets

People are an organisation’s most important asset – but managing this asset isn’t as straightforward as it used to be. DANIELLE DU TOIT looks...

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