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Judith Mugeni, co-founder, chief strategist and managing partner of Ganizani Consulting Services
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#BizTrends2022: The business of sport
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Satellite dishes connect township residents to South Africa's DSTV television network, owned by telecommunications giant Naspers, in Khayelitsha township, Cape Town, 19 May, 2017. Reuters/Mike Hutchings
Level 1 allowances and the opportunity of in-person events
2021 Hollard Sports Industry Awards introduces new categories
Red Star Raceway to host next instalment of GTC title battle
Scamming activity intensifies ahead of Italian Grand Prix
Government looks into 'soft incentives' for vaccinated travellers
Vox launches Vox Weather to focus on education of climate change
Disney Africa and SABC announce content distribution agreement
Profitshare Partners tackles Sportsnation's dream opportunity for win-win result
New Triller Live Concert Series with superstars Meek Mill, Myke Towers and Lunay at boxing's biggest event of the year
Rapid antigen testing and the return to in-person events
President Cyril Ramaphosa
Producer and visionary Nigel Lythgoe joins forces with Triller Fight Club to launch new series So You Think You Can Fight
AlphaCode awards R2m to fintech startups
Vaccine passports may be on the way - but are they a reason for hope or a cause for concern?
Cape Town Stadium launches business lounge
Digital health passport launches in South Africa
Itu Senne shares how Covid-19 has impacted the world of sports marketing
2021 NFL Super Bowl to air live on ESPN across Africa
From a Tiger King to an Octopus Teacher - Netflix reveals what South Africans watched in 2020
How VR, 5G will become the new frontier of sports
Sunday Times Top Brands - Heineken retains title as SA's favourite beer
How the pandemic accelerated us into the digital economy
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Celebrating 10 years of extraordinary creativity within sport
Brave, bold and big: Hosting a virtual event
President Cyril Ramaphosa
Level 1 is here

17 Sep 2020

How Dis-Chem customers changed their shopping behaviour during lockdown
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CEO of DStv Media Sales, Fahmeeda Cassim Surtee presenting at the Nedbank IMC Conference.
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Are sponsorships the front runner in SA's sports and energy drinks market?
#LockdownLessons: Covid-19 presents a golden opportunity for change
Stadium provides innovative learning space for Irish medical students
Private schools must give fair hearings before kicking children out, rules Concourt
Grootvlei, Snake Park, an impoverished suburb on the fringe of one of the biggest mine dumps in Soweto, Johannesburg. Poor people have been hit hardest by the fallout of Covid-19. Mujahid Safodien/AFP via Getty Images
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