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Why More Families Are Moving From Gauteng to the Western Cape

Semigration (or semi-emigration) – defined as the act of moving to another location, usually to another city or province within your home country – is by no means unique to South Africa, but it has become a prevalent trend since the Covid-19 pandemic, with many people’s ability to work from anywhere. Current research has also revealed that …

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TOWER Acquires Sandart to Take Leading SA Products to the World

TOWER acquires Sandart to take leading SA products to the world Leading office stationery supplier TOWER, acquired local business Sandart on 1 April 2021 in a strategic move to diversify their home product portfolio and take a local niche product to all four corners of the globe. “TOWER is a proudly South African manufacturer, passionate …

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Introducing SS/ Subject Scoop – TAS’s First Ever Podcast for Teachers

The Answer Series (or TAS), the best-selling study guide series in South Africa, has been empowering high school learners since 1975. TAS has now launched the first ever subject specific podcasts for teachers in South Africa. It is called Subject Scoop or SS in short. In the words of TAS CEO, George Eadie, “Our purpose is to …

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Wonder | SA’s Innovative New Customer Experience Agency

Introducing Wonder: A customer experience agency born in the new normal As of March 2021, South Africa’s marketing landscape has an innovative new player – a CX agency with three significant leaders at the helm. Industry heavyweights Gareth McPherson (ex-Virgin Active Chief Marketing Officer and both Managing Director and Chief Creative Officer at Publicis Machine for close to eight …

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How to Start the 2021 School Year With Confidence

The new academic year has begun and, after a year like 2020, it’s no wonder stress levels are already high and confidence in the 2021 school year launching without a hitch is low. As learners, you’ll need to stay flexible in your outlook. “It is more important than ever to start your school year on a confident note and, although confidence does not come easy to everyone, these tips from our team …

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How Solar Can Set You Free with Versofy

There is no denying that solar energy is a reliable and clean source of renewable energy. But is it affordable? Versofy co-founders are on a mission to empower fellow South Africans to start their journey towards energy independence with solar, supporting them with affordable finance solutions during these tough times. As a customer centric business, the Versofy team focus on quality and transparency …

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Nestlé Becomes the First FMCG to Join Polyco in South Africa

Johannesburg, 20 April 2021 – Nestlé became the first food and manufacturing company to join the Polyolefin Responsibility Organisation (Polyco), a not-for-profit industry body that was established in 2011 to focus on reducing the amount of used polyolefin plastic packaging waste going to landfill and ending plastic waste in the environment. Polyco aims to make waste a valuable …

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Polyco & Pick n Pay Schools Club Educate SA Learners About Recycling

A nationwide recycling campaign, the Million+ Plastic Recycling Revolution, has welcomed a collaboration with Pick n Pay School Club that will help educate over 1.7 million primary school learners and over 80 000 teachers about the importance of plastic recycling. Launched by The Polyolefin Responsibility Organisation (Polyco), The Million+ aims to mobilise more than one million South Africans …

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TAS Offers Teachers 7 Tips to Support Learners This Year

School halls stood empty; playgrounds went quiet, and the sports fields enjoyed only pigeons as proverbial spectators. In 2020 the effects of the worldwide pandemic affected schools in all locations and an eerie silence hung over what is usually a meeting place for loud play and enthusiastic learning. “Many teachers in our network have raised concerns that the …

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