Andreas Krensel looks back on 2021 and details what we've achieved, where we've fallen short and how we can keep improving, both as a company and a country.
This week, for the first time since what feels like forever, I had two in-person networking events on one day. To summarise, an experience that felt like a new one: it was fantastic!
We all hear people saying “this is just the new normal” a million times a day, and this just begs the question...
France is vaccinating its citizens in South Africa with specially imported Johnson & Johnson vaccine
France has begun vaccinating its nationals, and their families, living in South Africa. The French embassy is making use of some 2,000 specially imported doses of the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine. This independent rollout, while South Africa's own struggles with supply constraints, has been met with some criticised.
The World Health Organization(WHO) has growing concerns about the increase in Covid-19 variants, and its subsequent increase of new cases and infections in many African countries.
After three dedicated years of being a receptionist, I was promoted to an immigration assistant. The learning curb was tough, but time and hard work soon rewarded me. During the day, I was assisting with immigration work, and during the night I familiarized myself with the Act and Regulations to get up to speed and stay up to date. I had amazing support from the management team and ultimately it was up to me to make this work.