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SONA sets the tone for a Learning Year ahead

Devan Moonsamy The State of the Nation address for the year 2020 most certainly has been a memorable one. Despite ...
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Month of love – Time to work on self-love

Devan Moonsamy February is not just the month with the least amount of days but it has also been branded ...
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My company just announced a restructure- What does this mean for me?

PART 2- An Employees guide Devan Moonsamy When a company announces a restructure the first to experience the pressure are the ...
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My company needs restructuring- What does this mean?

PART 1- An Employers guide Devan Moonsamy The year is 2020. Companies are battling to make the decision on whether ...
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Load shedding should not cripple your business – How to be successful despite load shedding

Devan Moonsamy Load shedding has been a literal on and off game for South Africans. Whether you usethe time to ...
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Getting Through a Difficult Period

Devan Moonsamy As we get closer to the end of the year, we may find ourselves and those around us ...
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Improving Your Communication Skills Becoming a Better Speaker

Devan Moonsamy Effective presentation skills are vital for all who are or who aspire to be leaders. According to Forbes ...
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The Truth About Xenophobia in South Africa

Devan Moonsamy The view that someone is a threat because of their being a foreigner, and should therefore be pushed ...
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Gender Violence in South Africa – Men, now is the time for us to ACT

Devan Moonsamy Currently, in South Africa, men’s rights activists like those in the US are less common. On the other ...
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Disturbing “Record-Breaking” Unemployment Levels – How We Can Be The Solution!

Devan Moonsamy On the one hand, we have massive unemployment, on the other, we have a skills shortage. How can ...
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Training in SA Pays For Itself: The Tax Benefits of Accredited Staff Training

By Devan Moonsamy Whether your company is big or small, it is in line for tax benefits between R40 000 ...
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Devan Moonsamy featured in the 2019 April edition of Premiere Magazine

Devan Moonsamy is honoured to be the feature article in the 2019 April edition of Premiere Magazine ...
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NZ Mosque Massacre, Racism, and Prejudice – We Are All Victims, We Are All Guilty

By Devan Moonsamy Brenton Tarrant attacked two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, just a few days ago, murdering 49 people ...
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Cross-cultural Competence in South Africa

By Devan Moonsamy Cross-cultural competence involves the knowledge, skills, and motivation to adapt to diverse interactions. It is a major ...
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Dynamic Public Speaking

By Devan Moonsamy A dynamic public speaker is someone who can deliver a talk or lead a discussion successfully according ...
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Conflict Management Using Game Theory 

By Devan Moonsamy Game theory was developed by John Nash and other mathematicians and strategists to help deal with complex ...
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Racism and Sexism are ‘Offensive’… So What?

By Devan Moonsamy Do we truly understand what racism and sexism are? Do we truly understand why it is offensive, ...
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How to Achieve Equitable Diversity in Your Workplace

By Devan Moonsamy Diversity is everywhere. Nations across the globe, big and small cities and towns are all either highly ...
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Who is Devan Moonsamy?

Devan Moonsamy is a seasoned trainer, entrepreneur, and charity worker. Upon leaving high school, Devan started a training initiative to ...
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Critical Analysis of Racial Segregation at Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke

Critical Analysis of Racial Segregation at Laerskool Schweizer-Reneke Devan Moonsamy The first term of school this year has not gotten ...
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Curios and Handicrafts Not the Way to Equality in Africa

By Devan Moonsamy In an interview earlier this year, Jessica Horn, director of programmes at the African Women’s Development Fund ...
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Land ‘Reform’ Ends Badly Without Intensive Training and Meticulous Planning

By DevanMoonsamy Will it work or will we be worse off? The financial exclusion is a global problem with over ...
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Protect the Diversity Interests of Your Staff

Learn how to use positive peer pressure to protect diversity in your workplace Devan Moonsamy It seems that executives are ...
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‘Don’t Let The Panic Get You’: What is Maths Anxiety?

Devan Moonsamy Are you afraid of maths? Does it make you uncomfortable or easily confused? This is extremely common. Maths ...
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Is Diversity Receiving Enough Attention in Corporate Training?

Devan Moonsamy I’m proud to be the owner and CEO of the I Can Help Africa Foundation (ICHAF). We’ve been ...
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Can We End Racism? What it Means to Conscientise

By DevanMoonsamy - Conscientise is a somewhat new (1960s) and tricky-to-pronounce term, but the concept is a wonderful ally in ...
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What Support Is There For LGBTQI People

By Devan Moonsamy - LGBTQI people face exclusion and discrimination in the workplace. People who are less advantaged socioeconomically are ...
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The future of work: Should Africa resist automation in the workplace?

By Devan Moonsamy – CEO The ICHAF Training Institute There has been a lot of buzz about the ‘future of ...
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People Living With Disabilities in the Workspace

On average, South Africa has a 7.5% of people living with disability. And the unemployment rate is 25.4%. This means ...
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Mastering diversity strategies that work

Mastering diversity strategies that work By Devan Moonsamy – CEO The ICHAF Training Institute Despite the challenges that come with ...
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Harnessing Diversity for Success: Sameness is not Fairness

Harnessing Diversity for Success: Sameness is not Fairness By Devan Moonsamy – CEO The ICHAF Training Institute Sameness, specifically in ...
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Muslim Womens Rights

Muslim women’s rights rulings: Are we still in denial? By Devan Moonsamy – CEO The ICHAF Training Institute About a ...
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Combating Body Type Discrimination

Combating Body Type Discrimination in the Workplace By Devan Moonsamy – CEO The ICHAF Training Institute It happens at corporate ...
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Living for Diversity

Living for Diversity By Devan Moonsamy Diversity as a ‘Festival of Sacrifice’ – but what kind of sacrifice? Eid-ul-Adha is ...
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Homophobic Violence: “It’s because their hearts are dead”

Homophobic Violence: “It’s because their hearts are dead” - By Devan Moonsamy Lest we forget: Banyana Banyana star Eudy Simelane ...
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Racism in the SA real estate industry

“I can’t find a home!” – Racism in the SA real estate industry and what the government is doing to ...
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Hidden Disabilities in the Workplace: The Example of Dyslexia

Click Here to view article in actual Font - Hidden Disabilities in the Workplace Hidden Disabilities in the Workplace: The ...
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South Africans With Albinism Keep Shining Despite Discrimination

South Africans With Albinism Keep Shining Despite Discrimination By Devan Moonsamy – CEO the ICHAF Training Institute Powerful messages are ...
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Are All White South Africans Racist?

Are All White South Africans Racist? By Devan Moonsamy – CEO the ICHAF Training Institute Something which comes up during ...
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Don’t Go Without Solid Policies in Your Organisation Part 2

Don’t Go Without Solid Policies in Your Organisation Part II: Harassment and Abuse Policies Devan Moonsamy As discussed in the ...
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Don’t go without solid policies Part 1

Don’t Go Without Solid Policies in Your Organisation Part I: Gender and BEE Devan Moonsamy A sound policy structure in ...
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Training for Success in Corporate Gender Relations

In the wake of recent sexual assault and harassment allegations that have swept through Hollywood, and increasingly other industries as ...
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Classism in South Africa: What’s happening in our shops?

Classism in South Africa: What’s happening in our shops? The UN states that ‘Poverty is both a cause and a ...
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Abuses in Our Places of Worship

Rights commission formed to investigate abuses in SA religions In 2015, the Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the ...
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Diversity a Pivotal but Neglected Training Area in SA Business

Why train on diversity specifically? This article looks at why diversity training programmes are so crucial. Business places are the ...
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Multi-tasking

Multitasking may reduce your productivity, and now a new study shows that this may happen because multitasking interferes with certain ...
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Why upskill your people?

The BBBEE Scorecard is a points-based measure of progress towards economic equity and an important tool for securing contracts. When ...
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