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Driven by the need to empower others

Business sense may be defined as keenness and quickness in understanding and dealing with a business situation (risks and opportunities) in a manner that is likely to lead to a good outcome. As the challenges of the past few years have shown, we always need to be ready for the next test. The dynamic world we live in waits for no one.


The front page and page 3 article feature Portio Dlamini, founder and CEO of Emakheni Cleaning & Industrial Solutions. Portio’s career path has shown much good business sense, in addition to being driven by the need to empower other people.


Through the articles in KZN Business Sense, we and our featured editorial partners, hope to provide news, insights and information to enable business people to be better informed on a variety of topics. These partners include:

· Marlene Powell (ActionCoach), Page 5

· Monique Labat (Monique Labat Consulting), Page 4

· Invest Durban, Page 6

· Cox Yeats Attorneys, Page 7

· Everest Strategic Communications, Page 10

· Dr Fareed Amod (Crown Dental Studio), Page 14

· David White (DRG & BusinessFit (Pty) Ltd), Page 16


In addition to the tabloid, we offer the KZN Top Business Masterclass series which provide great opportunities to learn directly from some of the business gurus in their respective industries.


Andy Gywnn’s masterclasses on LinkedIn are very insightful and offer much practical advice on how to use LinkedIn more effectively. Read his latest article on page five and follow the links to watch or rewatch his webinar.


Johan van Deventer provides much insight into compliance through his article on the Consumer Protection Act on page 2. Don’t miss the LabourNet webinar on the Protection of Personal Information – see page 15.


We congratulate Vivian Reddy, chairman of the Radisson Blu Hotel Durban Umhlanga, on the opening of this new hotel – see pages 8 and 9.


A unique opportunity to help contribute to the protection of wildlife in KwaZulu[1]Natal exists through the establishment of a new game reserve – see pages 12 and 13.

Driven by the need to empower others
Driven by the need to empower others

The business leaders in KwaZulu-Natal continues to amaze by their innovation, commitment,

resilience and by their sense of responsibility to helping others who are undergoing adversity.


The Standard Bank KZN Top Business Awards recognise these achievements and the shortlisted nominees are featured on page 11 of this edition. We look forward to sharing the details of the winners in the next edition of Business Sense. If you wish to watch the streamed event visit www.kzntopbusiness.com

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