You wouldn’t chop computer skills or coding from your kids’ school curriculum, would you? After all, these skills are essential for the 21st century economy. So why cut out the humanities?
Nkuli Mlangeni captured the world’s attention with her gorgeous, handmade Sankara rugs,which were voted the Most Beautiful Objects in SA at this year’s Design Indaba
Absie Pantshwa’s ability to innovate has helped her stay one step ahead of the food game
A new suite of investment accounts for stokvels is making it lucrative for groups to save
Lawyer Nozipho Mngomezulu, a leading light in the technology, media, telecommunications and intellectual property sector, balances her cosmopolitan job with her passion to make a real difference to her clients
A growing body of research is linking mental health problems among children to smartphone usage and forcing us to confront the possibility that the robots in our pockets are compromising our well-being
Very few actors treat their craft as a way of life, but Moshidi Motshegwa (42) is one of them. She tells us about mastering the art of change, living on her own terms and her passion for telling black women’s stories with sincerity
Marang Marekimane’s company ensures that the engines driving businesses are in high-performance mode
Alongside inequality and poverty, youth unemployment is threatening to tear SA apart – but the solutions may be right under our noses
Over the past few years, the experienced Sindi Mabaso-Koyana extricated herself from a rail corruption scandal, left the public sector and became a mining services entrepreneur. But her timing was off, leading to business rescue and hundreds of millions in debt
Besides the conventional ways of applying for entrepreneurial funding, there are creative avenues well worth exploring to get the capital you need
A serendipitous series of events led Lindani Dhlamini to becoming a chartered accountant and to leading one of SA’s top black-owned advisory firms – SekelaXabiso. Now nothing can hold her back
Aone Ditirwa started her shoe business as a result of her love of fashion, but she soon learnt that solid entrepreneurial savvy was crucial to running her venture
You’re somewhere between 30 and 50, in the era dubbed Generation X. Married, maybe, but things are flagging in the bedroom. Your boss is from hell, your kids are a nightmare and your life’s not working. What’s gone wrong?