Enterprise and supplier development is the best hope of creating thousands of black entrepreneurs in South Africa, writes Andile Ntingi.
Deciding to attend them doesn’t demand too much effort – and sometimes you’ll be signing up months in advance. But do conferences necessarily make good business sense? Chris Muller weighs in.
AEL Mining Services, a proud member of the JSE-listed AECI Group in South Africa, is a leading developer, producer and supplier of commercial explosives, initiating systems and blasting services for mining, quarrying and construction markets in Africa and selected international markets.
Not that long ago the term “climate change” was viewed with scepticism by most of the world. Steadily, as scientists assembled more and more evidence relating to the causes and potentially drastic effects of climate change, it steadily sunk in – becoming the harsh reality we now know.
Hospitals deal with sensitive patient information. Megan Ellis looks at how they protect it from hackers.
The Living Vine (NPO 158-102) invites all children from Grade R-Grade 12 to participate in an Art Competition with fabulous prizes for the top 3 entries in each category.
What do we mean by food security, and why is it important in South Africa? Adam Oxford looks at the issue.