After the programme in the Main Hall, we will have a brief reception for the sponsors and dignitaries of participating Government Departments and NGO's. Please provide me by no later than 14:00 on Wednesday, 5 December, with the names, titles and email addresses of two (but no more than 3) dignitaries per participating Department or NGO. A final invitation list will be compiled and the dignitaries invited to the reception.
The work of learners who participated in the 16 Days of Activism Primary Schools Challenge will be exhibited in the George Civic Centre.
The need to provide public and private sector employees with skills development and business education has become increasingly important in the globalising economy. Employees require opportunities to advance, to earn qualifications, and to engage in continuous learning on the job.
Article provided by: Cape Chamber
ESKOM was warned two years ago that its series of huge price increases would reduce the demand for electricity and that its sales would drop.In the latest report, Eskom says electricity sales have declined by 2.9 percent in the six months to the end of December.
Article Provided by Millers Attorneys
Posted on 22 November 2012
Often the perception is that once you have “signed on the dotted line” the contract can be stored and need only be consulted when trouble arises. This is revealing of how contract management is still not recognised as an important management tool for most businesses. It is seen generally as a discipline belonging only to the largest of companies and of small relevance to other businesses. Accordingly, most businesses have limited capacity to manage the ever-burgeoning volume of contracts being concluded by them. This in turn implies that organisations struggle to understand the legal implications of their contracts and improve the risks being assumed by them therein, posing significant risks for organisations only able to manage contractual issues reactively.
Poor contract management further leads to a lack of awareness of the contingent obligations being assumed by your business, a lack of understanding of contractor performance and in general an inability to evaluate the effectiveness of contracts concluded. Management decisions are unsupported by data which allows comparison, often resulting in weak contracting positions, monetary losses or even reputational damage.
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