Category: Careers

Crushing stereotypes: Young women are excelling in the ICT environment

Posted on Apr 22, 2021 by A4W Contributor

“My advice to girls in STEM courses is to simply keep your head up, very high,” says Mahlagu. ...

Credentials outcry: Govt officials ‘not qualified’ for their jobs

Posted on Apr 22, 2021 by

The heads of govt departments have nine days left to update the qualifications of senior government officials on ...

You can now pay small businesses via WhatsApp!

Posted on Apr 21, 2021 by A4W Contributor

A first in South Africa, the solution will enable merchants to send an invoice requesting a payment from ...

What makes a job meaningful and why that matters

Posted on Apr 20, 2021 by The Conversation

Work provides many things over and above the monthly pay cheque: status and identity, community and social connection, ...

Meet the local mushroom farmer who went from a start-up to employing 175 people

Posted on Apr 15, 2021 by Naadiya Adams

An entrepreneur has taken his Magaliesberg mushroom farm from a pipe dream to a burgeoning business that now ...

Have you been working from home? You could claim back from SARS

Posted on Apr 12, 2021 by A4W Contributor

Good news if you’ve been working from home for the past year… You can claim a tax deduction ...

Critical Skills Survey: Here’s the top 10 most in demand skills

Posted on Mar 31, 2021 by Naadiya Adams

Xpatweb’s Critical Skills Survey 2020/21 highlights the most in demand scarce skills the country is facing

Burdened by overwhelming bills? You have the right to approach a registered debt counsellor

Posted on Mar 24, 2021 by Benay Sager

You have the right to select a debt counsellor in whom you feel confident and who will provide ...

Why it’s important for even the most loved-up couples to get a prenup

Posted on Mar 21, 2021 by Naadiya Adams

Pre-nups are good and don’t only serve you in a divorce. They give you financial independence and allow ...

9 Bursary opportunities available to SA matriculants

Posted on Mar 16, 2021 by Naadiya Adams

While government does their best to cater for the masses, the private sector continues to provide bursary programmes ...

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