Volume 22 Issue 01



3/8 Editor’s Pulpit: is small business really developing in south africa?

6/7/19 The Scene: upington, botswana and free state

9 Tax: internal audit to seize opportunities to enhance its relevancy

10/11 Global View: South African soccer world cup generated R29bn in revenues for fifa

12 Finance: significant changes expected to employee benefit accounting
under IASB proposal

13 Legal: sasol’s abuse of dominance case settled without imposition of an
administrative fine

14 Labour Law: can employees claim unfair dismissal if a fixed term contract is not renewed?

15 Labour Law: criminal and labour laws not the same

16 Human Resources: workplace gender differences – women prioritise a
balanced lifestyle, flexi-arrangements and corporate values

17 Human Resources: black entrepreneurs moving back to corporate positions

18 Corporate Coach: moving beyond your lessons...

20 Management: change brought by the people

21 Management: maximising return on your sales force investment – the key to accelerating revenue growth

22 Business Schools: lessons and opportunities for business excellence (part ll final)

23 Business Schools: what attracts generation ‘y’ go-getters

24/31 Business Schools: fusing three disciplines for outstanding leadership

57 RPP Consulting Engineers : rpp & CAI put Tri-Generation plants on theafrican map

58/59 ICT: building information security into the dna of organisations

60 ICT: embrace online channels to ride out the recession’s aftermath

61 Marketing: Sa publishers and advertisers should look forward to a rich media future

62 Executive Wellness: you have sole custody of your life

63 Medical: fake drugs kill over 700 000 people every year

64/65 Executive Wellness: how to build self-confidence and self-esteem

66 New Books: personnel psychology: an applied perspective and corporate


Academic Institutions Offering Executive Education

25 Research Survey overview and results

Legal Firms in South Africa
28 Research survey overview and results
26 Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr: the highest standards of professionalism

33 Research survey overview and results

39 Research survey overview and results
40 Namibia Breweries: “Namibia Breweries – the pride of Namibia”
46 Polytechnic: “success is a mental attitude that translates into tangible results”
48 Namibia Health Plan: setting the trends in Namibian medical aid funds!
52 Meatco: Natures Reserve: ‘rare’ & well done’!

Fleet management Companies
38 Standard Bank : innovative, dynamic and moving forward

Provinces and Countries:

30 Gauteng update: government eradicates seven olievenhoutbosch informal

30 Western Cape update: western cape chamber of commerce (part lll final)

31 KZN update: cronjé encourages responsible spending during the festive season and beyond

Advertisers' Index

GCIS - Government Communication
and Information System – IFC
Richard Pearce and Partners – 4/57
Meatco Namibia –4/ 52/53
Maerua Mall – 5/39
Spoor & Fisher – 5
PSN Attorneys – 5
Windhoek Gymnasium – 5

USB – 24
Gibs – 25
DLA Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr – 26/27
Fairbridges Attorneys – 28

Shepstone Wylie Attorneys – 29
ArcelorMittal – 32
Standard Bank – 38/IBC
Namibia Breweries – 40/41
Hangana Seafood (Pty) Ltd – 42
Luderitz Nest Hotel – 43
Spar – 44
Pupkewitz Holdings (Pty) Ltd – 45

Polytechnic of Namibia – 46/47
Namibia Health Plan – 48/49
Bank Windhoek – 50
Avis Namibia – 54
Roads Authority – 55

Telecom – OBC