Retailer offering great bursary and career options
Shoprite is still accepting bursary applications for the 2019 academic year.
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Does staring at great pieces of art make you more productive?
People who work in spaces that are decorated with art or plants are 17% more productive than those who work in spaces that are bare and functional.
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Financial services are going hi-tech and personal
Great customer experience is probably the biggest differentiator in an increasingly crowded South African financial services market.
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Cape Town's YouthStartCT 2019 Entrepreneurial Challenge has officially launched
The fourth instalment of Cape Town’s annual youth entrepreneurial challenge, aimed at giving budding entrepreneurs a hand up has officially launched
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Male runner, 35, dies during Two Oceans Marathon
A man has died while taking part in the 2019 Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon, organisers confirmed on Saturday.
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Bongmusa Mthembu on Two Oceans win: It was a great victory for South Africa
Proudly South Africans Mthembu and Gerda Steyn triumphed at the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon as the much-vaunted Kenyan challenge dissipated.
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Lions dealt injury blow as Lombard returns home
The 23-17 Super Rugby win over the Chiefs in Hamilton on Friday came at a cost for the Lions as flyhalf Gianni Lombard picked up an injury.
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Man City hit by fresh De Bruyne blow
The Belgian limped off in the first-half of his side's clash with Tottenham on Saturday.
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Male runner, 35, dies during Two Oceans Marathon
A man has died while taking part in the 2019 Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon, organisers confirmed on Saturday.
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'I'm going to die': Survivor recounts Mali ethnic massacre
The sun had yet to rise and Ada Diallo was preparing for morning prayers when gunfire rang out in her village in central Mali.
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Cape man arrested for possession of illegal firearm and ammunition
Members of the police major offences reaction team in Cape Town arrested a 30-year-old man in the early hours of Saturday morning.
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School Safety Summit hears teachers don’t have people skills
Many teachers lack the “soft skills” to respond to the socio-economic problems that left pupils traumatised and led to violence and aggression in many of SA's schools.
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