Do you feel safe walking, driving or being within the same vicinity as cash-in-transit vehicles?
Two weeks ago I wrote about annoying cold call agents who phone at the most inopportune times to sell things I really have no need of.
Mike du Toit, chairman of the Eastern Gauteng Chamber of Business and Industry (EGCCI) writes:
Last week at the opening of the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, the Minister of Arts and Culture, Nkosinathi Mthethwa, announced that the town will be renamed to Makhanda.
Cold-calling is one of the traditional ways of selling just about everything from insurance to holiday timeshare and even religion.
As people, we are obsessed with food.
“Tree Lover” EJ Bosman of Selection Park writes:
With most people, I find that if I say it often enough, they will eventually get it right.
You think your life is busy? Take a walk in my shoes.
“I’ve never really thought about it.”
In his monthly column detailing the work undertaken by the Eastern Gauteng Chamber of Commerce and Industry (EGCCI), Mike du Toit, president of the EGCCI, writes: