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Make Stuff That Matters 30 January 2015

By: Anton Ressel - Fetola Head of Communications. Leave your thoughts GET THAT GIFT

By 2050, it is estimated that the earth’s human population will be 9.07 billion. 62% of the people will live in Africa, Southern Asia and Eastern Asia – numerically this is the same as if all the world’s current population


Are Men Really Better in Business Than Women? 29 January 2015

By: Catherine Wijnberg - Director of Fetola Leave your thoughts GET THAT GIFT

A recent report on American business states that women lead only 5% of large listed companies, and 30% of all companies. That is a huge disparity in a supposedly ‘equal opportunities’ environment! Closer to home, the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM)


Service is still the secret… 26 January 2015

By: Anton Ressel - Fetola Head of Communications. Leave your thoughts ABC OF BEE

By Anton Ressel, In this age of mass consumption, fast food, FMCG, twitterati, fly-by-nights, whirlwind trends and a general throwaway culture, there is still one secret weapon that savvy and sustainable businesses use to stay ahead of the game –


The Student Accommodation Fund (SAF) 26 January 2015

By: Gauteng Partnership Fund 2 Comments ABC OF BEE

Gauteng Partnership Background Introduction The Gauteng Partnership Fund (GPF) was founded by The Gauteng Department of Housing in 2002 as a mechanism for mitigating risk faced by private sector funding institutions in financing affordable housing developments in the province. The


Simon Henstra to Represent the University of Cape Town at the 28th Corobrik Architectural Student of the Year Awards 26 January 2015

World-class architectural design has many contributing elements – innovation, creative flair, aesthetic excellence, great functionality and increasingly, the need for sustainability and care for the environment. “Environmental imperatives have created greater circumspection by architects towards reducing energy and water usage