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Success is best when it’s shared

Much debate, as well as uncertainty, is currently taking place in the run up to the South African general election with the announcement of the polling date imminent. Many business owners are hoping that following the election, domestic economic conditions will stabilise and improve to counter the negative impacts of the past few years.


However, we still have had many success stories to reflect on. In this edition of Business Sense, we feature Shaaz Moosa who describes himself as a serial businessman. His career, he says, has been guided by the support of others and through doing the right things. Page 3


Invest Durban is thrilled to announce their participation as one of the 14 signatories at the World Economic Forum in a climate change coalition. Page 6


A total of 15 Cox Yeats lawyers were recognised in their areas of speciality in the legal profession’s most respected peer-review title, Best Lawyers® in South Africa for 2024. Page 7


In a celebration of cross-border collaboration and business excellence, the South African Chamber of Commerce UK, Business Awards Dinner was held on the 31 January. Page 8


Nokubonga Sabela has defied the odds to excel in her medical studies with the help of an assistive device, which was donated by the UKZN Foundation. Page 9


Also on page 9, KZN Top Business celebrates its silver jubilee and announces a range of initiatives for 2024.


Defy Appliances proudly took part in the launch ceremony for the start of preferential trade under the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) for SA companies. Page 12


Our editorial partners offer a range of insights (as well as opportunities) relating to business and personal issues.


Johan van Deventer, LabourNet provides a discussion of the topic of cannabis in the workplace. Page 4


Marlene Powell invites you to master the craft of sales over 12 weeks of training. Page 5.

As a tuition centre of the University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS), TWIMS offers the GIBS MBA (manufacturing specialisation). Page 5


Jacquie Bhana says that coaching can be a valuable way of getting leaders to reflect on the dynamics impacting on their business and how to move forward successfully. Page 10


One company pioneering drone technology in South Africa’s security industry is Mi7 National Group. Page 11.


Searchworks’ managing director writes that following the FIC Act guidelines will help businesses protect their reputation, while reducing their risk. Page 12.


Anneme Coetzee comments on “The paradigm of conscious leadership in the modern business world.” Page 13.

To conclude David White offers surfing’s wisdom in business and life. Page 16.


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