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A new focus on happiness – The iFacts Performance Toolkit

July 26, 2017

Having just returned from a wonderful adventure, I was thrilled when last week the amazing Deshun Deysel addressed many of our clients at the iFacts Business Breakfast. She spoke about the new performance tool that iFacts is now able to offer. Listening to her and her incredible message made me understand how we all have an obligation to make our lives an adventure. All too often we hear others complain about the hardships and the tough ti...

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Loving or Caring for your Children

July 11, 2017

It continues to frighten me when I hear or read about how many children are being raped, murdered, abused or neglected in our country. Sadly it seems that in so many cases it is by people who have been hired to care for these children, in one form or another.   I recently read another article (http://ewn.co.za/2017/05/29/mkhize-sa-democracy-will-remain-under-threat-if-children-aren-t-free) which raised some interesting points. The ...

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July 6, 2017

My journey through Africa continues and I am still enjoying it completely. The joy I have received from giving a child a pair of shoes, a soccer ball or a small packet of sweets is so incredible and the smiles on their faces is something you cannot purchase. One of the strange things that I have seen along the road is the use of the word “integrity”. I have looked up the definition of integrity and relate completely to this - “the qu...

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July 4, 2017

Recently I have lost a few friends, all of whom had family that experienced numerous problems when trying to wrap up their loved one’s estate. I have also just read about the fact that Joost van der Westhuizen did not have a valid will. The scary thing is that his death was by no means unexpected. It shocks me that this situation still occurs, particularly when I thought iFacts was being quite forward thinking in terms of adding social medi...

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Put Foot Rally 2017

June 26, 2017

Today, I consider myself extremely privileged. I am sitting in a campsite in Maun in the middle of the 2017 Put Foot rally where we have the opportunity to travel through Southern Africa, meeting amazing people and giving back to the community. Travelling the thousands of kilometres obviously gives you time to think and being the connectivity freak that I am I also have had time to read many news articles and opinions.  What has struc...

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June 19, 2017

Sadly I often read articles stating that only one third or sometimes less of the staff complement are satisfied and the true HR leaders are often at a wits end as to what to do about it. Research shows that one of the major reasons for this dissatisfaction is that there is a lack of respect by management of the employees.  We know that the millenials are dead set on respect and more women than men feel the need for this. With the recent gende...

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Match Fixing

May 30, 2017

I have always been a great fan of sport, and I strongly believe there is so much to learn from the teamwork, the discipline and pure enjoyment that sport has to offer. I was saddened to see recently that Lonwaba Tsotsobe (former Protea cricket player) is another player that has been implicated in match fixing.  At the heart of it this is pure corruption, and it immediately makes me think of the examples set by our very own South African P...

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Growth & Development

May 16, 2017

The team here at iFacts have just gone through an exciting phase during which we have updated our scorecards and incorporated them into our monthly company review. The result of this is that we have gained a much better understanding about the direction in which our company is heading. Like every other company, iFacts does aim at growing. However, in present times we can easily be sucked into the negativity that surrounds us and we can jus...

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Screening those who care for our Loved Ones.

May 12, 2017

While there is much to love about South Africa, one of the biggest concerns many of us have is maintaining our personal safety. We all know how much is spent on securing our homes and possessions. However, how much attention do we give to those who are responsible for our children during the day We have sadly recently seen a school incident where a coach and hostel master were employed by a school governing body and he is now in court for ...

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Your Digital Life after Death

May 3, 2017

It seems amazing for many that this is even a real issue, but digital life after death is now something we all need to think about. Microsoft estimates that the typical web user may have anywhere up to 25 different online accounts. This includes everything from email accounts, to social media, to banking accounts. Of course these all come with their own usernames, passwords, and a variety of other login details, and we all know how impossible...

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