Offices are opening again, but the challenge is now to convince more people to return to them instead of working from home.
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The Top Employers Institute Africa has published its list of the best companies to work for in South Africa in 2022.
It has become common practice for some employers and employees to terminate their employment relationship by written agreements, which often provide inaccurate reasons for the termination of employmen
On Friday (21 January), the World Bank approved an R11.3 billion ($750 million) development policy loan for South Africa, with questions now being raised about how the additional money could be used.
Toyota Motor Corp is slowing production at as many as 11 plants in Japan because of rising Covid-19 infections among its workers and those at parts suppliers, it said on Thursday.
Inspired by their tough backgrounds, having grown up in Cape Town and Zimbabwe, Valentine Kuzondishaya and his wife Yamkela Ngquke founded Jango Kingz - a caffeinated drink they hope will give Africa
A group of investors in Unilever said they had filed a resolution urging the company to fix a "crucial blind spot" in its strategy and set ambitious targets to sell healthier foods.
Luxury goods group Richemont, which reported a double-digit increase in sales in the three months to December, is likely to maintain this growth momentum thanks to pent-up demand from high-end consume
The South African steel sector may not be shooting the lights out, but it is in its best position in at least a decade from a supply and potential demand perspective thanks to a confluence of global a
R11bn low-interest loan spells welcome reinforcements for the government's R500bn fiscal relief package and will boost its efforts to stem the pandemic
Some of the world's biggest insurers are bracing as a second wave of multimillion-pound lawsuits, brought by struggling British pubs, restaurants and bakery chains over lockdown losses, starts hitting
South African businessman Mthunzi Mdwaba is pushing to secure the top job at the International Labour Organisation. If he succeeds, he will become the first African to head the organisation.