Advances in technology have radical implications for every step of the supply chain, as Caryn Gootkin discovers.
Digitalisation expert, e4, has appointed Masego Khutsoane, as its new Divisional Head of Financial Services.
The Nelson Mandela Rose celebrates the love of gardening that sustained South Africa’s iconic leader throughout his life. Mila Crewe-Brown speaks to the creators and explains why you’ll want one in your garden.
Keeping river catchments clear of alien vegetation is vital in water-stressed South Africa, and can deliver real human benefits along the way, writes Andrea Weiss of WWF South Africa.
The principles of software development are infiltrating general business practices, says Carolyn de Kock, but can a corporate really be lean and agile?
Market capitalisation of the South African real estate investment trust sector has risen from under R80bn in 2008 to about R400bn today – and warehousing and logistical developments have contributed significantly to that increase. Trevor Crighton gets real.
Gender diversity in the workplace has to be driven from the top – otherwise every other organisational level will not be motivated or converted. Georgina Guedes reports.
The recent Liberty data breach should have all South African businesses thinking about what they’re asking for over email, writes Adam Oxford.
Professor Thuli Madonsela talks to Ryland Fisher about the progress women have made in South Africa.
The president weighed in to launch a training programme that promises one million youth jobs in three years. But is that even possible? Tiisetso Tlelima investigates.
It was a series of “fortunate coincidences” that led Celiwe Ross from a career in mining to one in financial services.
Low-income households carry a disproportionately high utility burden creating the need for more resource efficiency, write Megan Sager and Louise Scholtz. A WWF and Nedbank Green Trust project to retrofit social housing is an example of how to achieve this.
Road safety is a big concern in South Africa – and even more for truckers who spend all their working hours on the roads. Georgina Guedes tells us how the industry is using technology to make time on our highways safer for all drivers.