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The magic of biltong

Adèl Botham from Carve Biltong Workshop, tells us how biltong became a South African favourite and such a special part of our South African heritage. She also shares what the difference is between Beef Jerky and Biltong, what the best meat is to use and how to store this tasty snack.
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Time running out for UIF/TERS applications

The latest media statement by the UIF indicates that final date for new applications is 25 September 2020. Jaco Spies, Labour expert, explains what this mean to all stakeholders involved. He also shares what an employee can do if they have not yet received their TERS pay-out from April.
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Tourism spots open in the Northern Cape

Sharon Steyn, the CEO of Northern Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry, discusses some of the problems they as a chamber are facing in the Northern Cape. She also shares some good news about the tourist attractions in the Northern Cape.
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2pm

Die rol van die Reserwebank

As jy nog altyd gewonder het wat die doel van die Reserwebank is en waar dit alles begin het, stel ek voor jy luister na hierdie gesprek met Dawie Roodt. In die gesprek, deel hy ook sy opinie oor wat hy dink die toekoms van handel gaan wees.
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Traveling on a budget

According to Farirai Sanyika from Gophari, more people are traveling locally due to covid-19 and the international travel restrictions. She also takes the time to share some tips on how you can travel locally on a tight budget.
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Enslins: Nog ‘n deel van ons erfenis

Enslins met takke reg oor die land en in Britanje, vorm so groot deel van ons erfenis, dat die kennis wat Marinus Hoek, vennoot van die Bloemfontein tak, werklik tydloos is. Hy deel ook raad aan jong entrepreneurs wat hulle eie besigheid wil begin.
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Why the emotional wellbeing of teachers matter

Globally, teaching is a highly demanding profession that involves a high amount of emotional labour; simply put, the job does not end once the final bell rings. In South Africa - a country where many teachers are worried about whether their pupils are getting enough to eat or if they have a safe place to sleep at night – the emotional wellbeing of teachers is under even greater pressure. Malcolm Mooi joins the business hour to answer the question of why we should care about teacher’s wellbeing.
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When to use electronic signatures

Nonhlanhla Mtshali, Attorney and founder of The Legal Affair, explains what the difference is between a wet and electronic signature. One would think that every document entered into legally may be signed digitally, but there are exceptions.
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1pm

VKB: 101 jaar deel van erfenis

Uitvoerende Hoof van aankope en korporatiewe bemarking, vertel van die onstaan van VKB en die pad wat hulle tot nou toe gestap het. Na 101 jaar glo hulle steeds dat vertroue en etiese praktyke waardes is wat hulle as kultuur kweek en as waardes aanhang.
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Level 1 is good news for tourism

Looking at the past few months of the national lockdown, Marisa Jacobs the Director at Xpatweb, discusses how important it is that we will soon be allowed to travel internationally again. Travelers from countries with high infection rates might still be restricted from entering South Africa.
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Free State tourism optimistic

Khotso Tau, spokesperson for tourism, economic development and environmental affairs in the Free State, discusses how the national lockdown has impacted the tourism sector. He also shares some of the major challenges that are laying ahead for the tourism sector on its path to recovery.
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Increase in cyber attacks and data breaches

The past couple of months should lay to rest any doubt over whether South African organisations are under sustained attack from cyber criminals. Over the past three months we’ve seen well-known local healthcare and financial organisations falling victim to cyber attacks and data breaches, and in some cases being forced offline. Brian Pinnock, cyber security expert at Mimecast, shares the results from the Mimecast State of Email Security 2020 report.

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