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Tracy Burrows

Tracy Burrows

    The ripple effects of cash transfer
    The ripple effects of cash transfer
    The book From Evidence To Action: the Story of Cash Transfers and Impact Evaluation in sub-Saharan Africa, to be launched in Johannesburg...
    Farming changes needed to avert looming food crisis
    Farming changes needed to avert looming food crisis
    The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) warns in its 2016 report on The State of Food and Agriculture that “unless action is taken now to...
    Next-gen focus on traditional farming
    Next-gen focus on traditional farming
    Crop diversificiation, and greater emphasis on research and development of more effective and resilient crops and production methodologies will be...
    Human, digital focus impacts overall results
    Human, digital focus impacts overall results
    Orange Business Services is stepping up its “human digital” approach to talent management — a strategy that is already positively...
    Shares in an apple tree
    Shares in an apple tree
    JSE-listed OneLogix Group is a niche logistics provider with operations in key centres throughout South Africa and neighbouring countries, with...
    Enabling five generations of employees
    Enabling five generations of employees
    The Top Employers South Africa 2017 retail industry leader, the Clicks Group, encompasses retail brands Clicks, Musica, GNC, The Body Shop and...
    Alternative energy is finally beginning to find its place in the South African sun
    Alternative energy is finally beginning to find its place in the South African sun
    Eskom’s recent announcement that it would reconsider the signing on of additional Independent Power Producers may have raised eyebrows and set...
    BYBO: Unlocking the potential of a simple SME site
    BYBO: Unlocking the potential of a simple SME site
    South Africa's small businesses can now easily grow their basic Web sites into fully-fledged cloud-based online retail businesses, says MTN...
    Time to reflect on SA's children's rights failures
    Time to reflect on SA's children's rights failures
    Twenty-five years after the adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, 64% of South Africa’s children still live in poverty, and...
    Talent strategies use tech as backup for human plans
    Talent strategies use tech as backup for human plans
    Lebo Tseladimitlwa, new HR senior director, DHL Express sub-Saharan Africa, joined DHL six weeks ago, but has been an HR professional for over 20...
    Is a shared South African history a fallacy?
    Is a shared South African history a fallacy?
    When it comes to history, South Africa has many versions of the truth: it has been written and passed down through the generations verbally, from...
    Building a thriving society
    Building a thriving society
    The Discovery Employee Volunteer Programme, a countrywide initiative that engages employees at all levels, had the support of more than 4 000 employees this year alone....