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Andrew Gillingham

Andrew Gillingham

    Joint venture benefits all
    Joint venture benefits all
    A series of breakfast meetings between wellness managers from a number of well-known South African retailers, including New Clicks, which received...
    The power of play
    The power of play
    South Africans may be raising the most sedentary generation of children yet. Too many ­children do not participate in sport and often do not have...
    Addicted to life
    Addicted to life
    Absa's philosophy that a sound mind in a healthy body is the recipe for a balanced society has taken tangible form in its anti-drug production,...
    Sasol's vision for the future
    Sasol's vision for the future
    There are about 550 000 South Africans who are visually impaired.
    Opening up young minds
    Opening up young minds
    Pre-schools are fun for toddlers and important for their physical, mental and social development. But many children in rural areas do not have an...
    Ploughing back
    Ploughing back
    Getting the necessary funding to become sustainable is one of the biggest challenges non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in South Africa...
    It's all about people
    It's all about people
    It is easy to get distracted by debates about HIV/Aids statistics and possible treatments, but the reality is that people are dying.
    Men tackle gender violence
    Men tackle gender violence
    Gender violence is an increasingly high-profile issue in South Africa. Coca-Cola has partnered Hope Worldwide since 2001 in its Men as Partners...
    Sisulu's legacy has a living heartbeat
    Sisulu's legacy has a living heartbeat
    When liberation hero Walter Sisulu died in 2003 his long-time friend and comrade Nelson Mandela wanted his memorial to extend beyond a statue.
    Making HIV testing less painful
    Making HIV testing less painful
    One key to increasing HIV testing is to incorporate such testing as a part of a broader lifestyle screening covering several potential health...
    Aids hits white-collar workers
    Aids hits white-collar workers
    The HIV infection rate in South Africa's workforce has stabilised at a very high level, but the death rate is beginning to climb.
    Consumers feeling the pinch
    Consumers feeling the pinch
    The asset finance industry is experiencing rising levels of arrears and bad debt as consumers begin to feel the pinch.