WORK FROM HOME: NOW WHAT?

After the president announced a 3-week shutdown, many South Africans were filled with uncertainty – how does one work from home and be effective in doing so? For many who have never worked from home, this may present itself as a challenge. Creating a new working habit while still factoring family and rest time is […]

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT DURING COVID-19 – SINK OR SWIM

The uncertainty of the business environment post-COVID19 leaves many fearful. Business owners who were forced to shut down during the lockdown are facing the reality that new challenges will arise in their industry, challenges they have never dealt with before. These Macro challenges mean that organisations need to adapt or die – and in the […]

B-BBEE and what you need to know

  On the BEE front, we have been inundated by clients that have been promised scores by questionable consultants that never materialise.  How does this come about? The verification company and consultant need to be on the same page to ensure that the verification company’s stances and opinions on verification are accurately translated to the […]

ESSENTIAL WORKERS DURING COVID-19 – THE SUPERHEROES OF 2020

  It’s safe to say that the economical panic of COVID-19 is beginning to set in in South African businesses. Many industries that are not considered a necessity are coming out in bulk, begging the government to approve their trading permits so that they too can continue trading in order to avoid the implications of […]

B-BBEE Compliance – How we can Thusa you in the process

The current business lexicon of South Africa can be described as competitive and difficult, yet also inclusive. The introduction of B-BBEE scorecards is to try to remedy the past disadvantages the black people were privy to. By promoting the economic growth of black people in the business, the organisation places itself as a well-garnered and […]

Using Soft Skills during the Hard Times

The paradox of using soft skills during a difficult pandemic such as this one begs the question that employers should be asking their employees: are they coping and is their Emotional Intelligence up to par? So often we focus on the IQ of employees as a standard of measurement whether an individual will be able […]

Lockdown Level 3 – The Pandemic rises

On the 24th of May 2020, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the entire country will be going into level 3 restrictions. Starting from 1st June 2020, all economic activities may resume with some exceptions. Restaurants will still be required to only do deliveries and not sit-downs, gyms are still closed but citizens can exercise outside […]

Back to Work Chronicles – How to make it work

President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that level 3 restrictions would start on the 1st of June 2020, meaning that more economic activities would be eased, allowing more people to back to their offices and resume operations. While many expressed glee at being able to leave their houses and earn a living, others experienced a sense of […]

Reasons to choose Tusanang for accredited e-Learning

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  The South African lockdown series which was assumed to last only a few weeks has been active for the past four months. There have been different levels of lockdown implemented every three weeks to ease economic burdens placed to reduce the number of infections, working, and studying from home continues to be a norm […]

E-Learning: Advantages & Benefits

E-Learning: Advantages & Benefits The South African lockdown series which was assumed to last only a few weeks has been active for the past four months. Over 1.2 billion children are out of the classroom. There have been different levels of lockdown implemented every three weeks to ease economic burdens placed to reduce the number […]