Africa Media (AM) one of the two owners of Sheqafrica.com along with Chartered Health & Safety Management Services (CHSEMS), have embarked on a mission to empower local entrepreneurs in Namibia and Botswana to set up a joint-venture in each country responsible for the launch of Sheqafrica Local Editions. Local Partners will own the majority share…
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Originally founded by Ben Fouche of Real Babe Media, Sheqafrica.com has been serving the SHEQ industry since 2007 and contains over 1600 articles from various experts in the Safety, Health and Environmental Management fields. Today, Sheqafrica.com is proudly co-owned by the Africa Media Group(50%) and focuses on Human Resources Management, Risk & Compliance on the African Continent.
The role of the HR and IR practitioner remains undisputed in the selection and placement of competent staff, while the education and training of people goes a long way in achieving business objective.
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E = The Environment we live in
Q = Quality of Life
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The Africa Initiative for a Sustainable Economy has set is eyes on large retailers like Edcon and TFG using Debt Collectors to harass consumers in default of Incidental Credit Agreements by adding costs to the debt balance for sms and emails sent as frequent as three times a week. In an email sent to some […]
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As probably the shortest regulation ever published, this regulation limits the amount to be paid to dependants of a person who died at work and is covered under COIDA. The limit, regardless of the amount claimed shall be R18 251 per deceased employee. The regulations comes into affect on 6 February 2018 and supercedes any […]