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Are We Moving Fast Enough? The race between agencies and culture in the connected age
As we approach the fourth decade of the ‘job bag’, it’s no surprise that the advertising industry is being disrupted, but are agencies doing enough to keep up?
21 Nov 2018
Understanding #BlackFriday and South African consumer behaviour PwC focus on the economic consequences of Black Friday and understanding consumer behaviour
Key points ·       Card transactions cleared on Black Friday 2017 were double the daily average. ·      
21 Nov 2018
King Price’s growth story Rhett Finch: The Iron Man behind King Price’s growth story
First, you hurl yourself into the sea, to swim nearly 4km. Then you drag yourself onto dry land for a 180km bike ride. And, just for good measure, you finish by running a 42.2km
21 Nov 2018
No Silicon Valley for Africa say early stage investors There is opportunity, but it’s distinctly African say delegates from the 2018 Africa Early Stage Investor Summit
Cape Town welcomed over 300 active and aspiring investors representing Africa’s early stage investing ecosystem for last week’s two-day Africa Early Stage Investor
21 Nov 2018
85% of South African students aspire to go onto university 85% of South African students aspire to go onto university and follow traditional careers, according to new global research
85% of South African students aspire to go to university Most still aspire to pursue traditional, well respected careers as doctors, dentists, engineers and
21 Nov 2018
Online learning changing the face of education and training
Technology disrupts by its very nature. This is evident in many sectors where UBER, the biggest competitor to metered taxis - doesn’t own any vehicles. The hospitality
21 Nov 2018
Technology revolution is actually about people People working in the manufacturing industry tend to see the Fourth Industrial Revolution as yet another nail in the coffin of an already weakened industry
People working in the manufacturing industry tend to see the Fourth Industrial Revolution as yet another nail in the coffin of an already weakened industry. But without
21 Nov 2018
Power Projects in Africa Impact of Mini- and Off-grid Power Projects in Africa
Several exciting dialogues will form the focus of the discussions at the 11th edition of the Africa Energy Indaba, which returns to the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg
21 Nov 2018
Reliable and Renewable Should you invest in a solar power system?
Solar power is reliable and renewable, and it will give you a powerful return on your investment. We look at how it works and why you will want to invest in a solar power system
20 Nov 2018
International opportunities Growing chaos drives more investors to eye international opportunities
A “rapidly growing” number of investors across South Africa are looking at international opportunities in light of the “incredible uncertainty” due to the
20 Nov 2018
Foreword Education in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution exponentially gathers steam, many people will be wondering what the effect will be on education. As everything becomes digitised, once-arcane
19 Nov 2018 - J. F.
Publisher's Note Ascend Mount Olympus and dine with the gods
When I grew up in the townships of Pretoria, the most popular pick-up line was “The Himalaya mountain, nobody can climb it, except me and you by means of love”, this
19 Nov 2018 - T. O. M.
Editor's Note Education for the nation
Technology continues to play an increasingly prominent role in how children are educated, with bright-eyed primary school learners who are being exposed to computer science from
19 Nov 2018 - G. S.
The great matriarch of sports Very few can disagree with the notion that sports have played a large role in building the rainbow nation we see today
Very few can disagree with the notion that sports have played a large role in building the rainbow nation we see today. It was, in fact, Nelson Mandela who showed the powerful
19 Nov 2018
Technology Fibre rollout connects metropolitans
With all the digging of trenches in the locality in the latter part of September and well into the first half of October, visitors to a number of Cape Town’s Southern
19 Nov 2018 - M. G.
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