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How to Prepare Your Business for the Unexpected

Running your own business can be both stressful and exciting. By considering potential risks or events before they happen and having a risk management plan in place, you can save money and protect your business’s future.

Car Maintenance 101 – How To Top Up Your Car’s Coolant

As the old saying goes, “if you want something done, do it yourself” – especially when it comes to basic car maintenance! Doing it yourself can help you avoid the inconvenience and expense of a mechanic.

Buying a Franchise? Don’t Forget About These 4 Things!

A recent poll, conducted by BusinessTech, showed that South Africans are showing increasing interest in buying franchises.

5 Safety Tips for Female Drivers

August is Women’s Month and, as such, we’re paying extra special attention to helping our ladies stay safe on the road.

The Importance of Humour in the Workplace

We chatted to the bubbly Mari Schourie, CEO of XtraSpace FlexiOffice T/A The Workspace, who is responsible for the development and growth of the coworking and serviced office business. Mari has 17 years’ in-depth experience in this industry – her experience includes the management of commercial properties and providing business strategies to companies.

5 Successful business women share their secrets

Over the course of a year, we have outlined how women who have taken their own personal paths to establishing their own businesses, achieve optimal life and work balance and take charge of their own destinies. From ‘intrapreneurs’, to those who have engineered a complete change of career, and those who have repackaged existing skills in new ways, South African women are showing that success is a choice. You too, can make the move!

Tackling roadside emergencies in 4 easy ways

For many people, long weekends mean a road trip is in order - whether you’re visiting loved ones or going away with loved ones for a quick break.

3 Secret Ingredients to Nailing It in The Beauty Industry

Monica Haralambous, the owner of Sorbet Lonehill, believes that ‘When one door closes, another opens’.

3 Mistakes that Could Sink your Yellow Metal Business

Small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) are the backbone of economy. With an increased focus from government in driving support for emerging SMMEs, there are big opportunities for emerging businesspeople to apply their entrepreneurial ability in the construction, earthmoving and related industries.

7 Steps to Gaining Financial Freedom

With the increasing cost of living and a culture characterised by poor saving habits, exercising smart financial habits from an early age has become more and more important. For young people, stepping into the world of ‘adulting’ can be a big shock, with low salaries and growing responsibilities. The need for early financial planning is a necessity; and the good news is, it doesn’t have to be a drag!

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