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Africa Architecture Awards announces 20 shortlisted projects
The Africa Architecture Awards, founded by Saint-Gobain, attracted a...
Lynette Ntuli appointed new Libery Two Degrees non-executive director
Unitholders of Liberty Two Degrees are advised that Angus...
Afreximbank grants $200 million financing to Arab contractors
The Egyptian construction conglomerate, The Arab Contractors (Osman Ahmed...
Graça Machel Trust officially launches Women Advancing Africa Forum
The inaugural Women Advancing Africa (WAA) Forum is a...
Union Bank unveils new digital banking platforms
Union Bank unveiled digital banking platforms at an interactive...
Why Jack Ma chose East Africa for first Africa visit
East Africa has become an attractive investment destination in...
Osinbajo unveils $1.5 billion fertilizer plant in Nigeria
Professor Yemi Osinbajo, Nigerian Acting President today, 27 July...
Accenture – GIBS launch artificial intelligence whitepaper
Accenture and the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS)...
Gauteng Infrastructure Investment Conference kicks-off in Midrand
Gauteng Province, situated in South Africa kick-started the second...
South African Institute for Black Property Practitioners Indaba comes to Johannesburg
The countdown to the 2017 South African Institute for...

Recent Viewpoints

Cloud value proposition reaches critical mass

Monday, July 10th, 2017

Cloud value proposition reaches critical mass

A number of recent developments in the broader information and communication technology (ICT) sector have converged, signifying a massive step change for cloud computing in the country. Of great importance, has been the aggressive expansion of terrestrial fibre networks across South Africa’s major metros by numerous infrastructure providers, which has given businesses of all sizes,

It’s time we started taking steps to beat back unemployment

Friday, July 7th, 2017

It’s time we started taking steps to beat back unemployment

The private sector has a significant role to play in growing business-ready skills and curtailing unemployment, says Alan Turnley-Jones,  Dimension Data Services Executive for the Middle East and Africa. With the country having reached its highest unemployment...

The rise of public participation is critical to project success

Thursday, July 6th, 2017

The rise of public participation is critical to project success

The International Association for Public Participation (IAP2), an organisation of practitioners from across the globe responsible for promoting and improving the practice of public participation on issues that affect the public interest, has appointed as its next...

How will the amended BBBEE property sector codes affect businesses?

Tuesday, July 4th, 2017

How will the amended BBBEE property sector codes affect businesses?

Entities of a certain size are considered to be exempted micro enterprises and thus deemed to be B-BBEE compliant as a Level 4 contributor (100%), these are entities or persons: with an annual turnover of less than...

Equity investment opportunities for smaller companies

Monday, July 3rd, 2017

Equity investment opportunities for smaller companies

Contrarian value investing can be likened to sifting through a field of pebbles hoping to find that discarded nugget of gold. Sometimes you spend a long time looking and come up empty-handed, and sometimes the nuggets are...

How Artificial Intelligence will disrupt Africa’s banking industry

Tuesday, June 27th, 2017

How Artificial Intelligence will disrupt Africa’s banking industry

Artificial Intelligence gets a bad rap in pop culture. Movies like Terminator (with its rebellious Skynet) and 2001 (with its murderous HAL 9000) portray a future where the robots get smart, and conclude that it is in...

SA Government Cloud pledge – a huge step for citizen engagement

Monday, June 26th, 2017

SA Government Cloud pledge – a huge step for citizen engagement

Government’s recent announcement to decisively embrace Microsoft’s Cloud Productivity (Office 365) tools will have a very positive impact on service delivery and governance. The CEO of the State IT Agency (SITA), Dr Setumo Mohapi, confirmed a Master...

Business Intelligence – it’s not what you buy but what you

Sunday, June 25th, 2017

Business Intelligence – it’s not what you buy but what you

For years, one of the biggest gripes in organisations has been the stubbornly low user adoption of Business Intelligence (BI) solutions, averaging 10% – 20% in most companies. Increasing user adoption To try and fix the low...

How small data can re-ignite big business ambitions

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

How small data can re-ignite big business ambitions

We’ve all come across that annoying small dog on the beach that’s always yelping. It makes a lot of noise, and certainly catches our attention. This ‘small but loud’ syndrome encapsulates the role that small data is...

Mediamark –  How to drive strategic thinking within the Public Sector

Wednesday, June 21st, 2017

Mediamark – How to drive strategic thinking within the Public Sector

Churchill Chawane, the recently appointed Head of Public Sector at Mediamark, with over 15 years experience in media and with his communication, strategic thinking skills, intends to continue to drive success and strategic thinking in the Public...

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