As the alleged wrongdoing at Bishops Diocesan College shows, equating wealth with virtue is a bad idea, writes Helena Wasserman.
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A small business's run-in with a heavyweight retailer like Woolworths may be its biggest challenge yet, but the founder and owner of Ubuntu Baba Shannon McLaughlin is hopeful to swing the situation to something positive.
From calling on Woolworths to be fined for the 'striking similarities' with the Ubuntu Baba baby carrier to insisting that the retailer explain how 'unethical' practices took place, Fin24 readers had a lot to say.
Ubuntu Baba owner Shannon McLaughlin says she is not happy with Woolworths's apology earlier this week and has requested to speak to CEO Ian Moir.
Shannon McLaughlin, the founder and designer of Ubuntu Baba baby carriers, says she will be in discussions with Woolworths on how it can help develop small to medium-sized businesses.
Cape TownTSU Protection Services (Pty) LtdR1 000.00 - R40 000.00 Per Month
Cape Town Southern SuburbsNDC Personnel & Contractors CC
R 11 800 000
Apartments / Flats
R 6 250 000
R 2 960 000
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