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The Future of Learning in Higher Education Embracing change is the key to success
Professor Thengani Ngwenya, Director of the Durban University of Technology Centre of Excellence in Learning and Teaching In the fast-faced world of today universities play an
08 Jan 2020
Innovation at heart of pharmaceutical multinational In the three years that Frenchman Thibault Crosnier Leconte, country chair of Sanofi South Africa, has been in the country, his team has achieved pioneering results in the provision of drugs. Sanofi has collaborated with Government, the private sector and start-up companies
South Africa has a unique disease burden being communicable diseases, however non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and mental health are on the rise. Diabetes is the 2nd
08 Jan 2020
INTO THE LIGHT There is a beautiful tranquil nature reserve in an exclusive Wilderness Lodge tightly nestled in Mount Savannah
This serenely exquisite place has transformed the life of General Manager, Karin le Roux and the guests who have had the pleasure of spending time there. Le Roux, hails from Jan
08 Jan 2020
One bold leap is all it takes! Pilara Solutions Accountants is a SARS Registered Tax Practitioner, the company focuses on delivering tax compliance and bookkeeping services to SMEs
Six years ago, Olebogeng Percy Wagae walked away from what seemed at the time like a solid career to most people. Looking in from the outside, one would have been convinced
09 Dec 2019
Master of the trade Leadership magazine speaks to Mzila Mthenjane, President of the South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM), about bringing the art of the possible into reality in the form of a mining operation
Prior to 1994, you were already working in the mining industry—could you talk to us about the transformation that has taken place since the end of apartheid within the
09 Dec 2019
Partnerships that are securing a leading performance in mining When the Chinese Consortium acquired Palabora Copper (PC) in 2013, it was confronted with outcomes that could have led to the mine shutting down.
When the Chinese Consortium acquired Palabora Copper (PC) in 2013, it was confronted with outcomes that could have led to the mine shutting down. A transaction forming a
08 Oct 2019
Housing the nation Building upwardly mobile housing in partnership
Cities in South Africa are slowly changing, with proximity to central business districts gaining in priority. Having quality, well-structured, and affordable housing is critical
08 Oct 2019
A woman made of steel Making a difference in communities through the manufacturing sector with feminism and class
When Lebogang Zulu was a child, she rarely played with toys, playing make-believe with bricks instead. Today, this forward-thinking go-getter is CEO for AV Light Steel, and
08 Oct 2019
Executing a wise pivot to beat disruption How leading companies manage their disruption journey by executing a wise pivot strategy
The findings of Accenture’s Innovation Maturity Index, detailed in a previous article, indicate that 76 percent of South African companies are struggling to release trapped
08 Aug 2019
Africa’s virtual dreams become a reality with IoT The global Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity technology provider, Sigfox, and its South African operator
The global Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity technology provider, Sigfox, and its South African operator, SqwidNet, are on the fast track when it comes to driving national IoT
08 Aug 2019
Unlocking Africa’s potential Building infrastructure to enhance the lives of people in Africa, through sustainable, innovative solutions
Delivering engineering excellence that’s shaping the future, VNA is at the cutting-edge of South Africa’s built environment service delivery, contributing to the
08 Aug 2019
Leading from the front An angel focused on educating
A son of Mpumalanga with an outsized personality and passion to match, Mduduzi Manana is leading the charge to transform education in South African. In a world where the
22 Jul 2019
Skills for a smarter future The South African labour force is going to need new skills to prepare itself for the emerging industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0
With a rise in new digital industrial technology, everything from manufacturing to mining, construction, medicine and other sectors will be affected, and the labour market needs
22 Jul 2019
How one organisation is empowering the next generation of South Africa’s leaders ACTIVATE! Change Drivers has empowered over 3 400 youth Activators across South Africa
ACTIVATE! Change Drivers has empowered over 3 400 youth Activators across South Africa in its bid to transform grassroots programmes aimed at upskilling the youth and creating
17 Jul 2019
Quality underground support solutions Timrite, a member of the Thebe Group, is a leading supplier of underground mining support products and services
Timrite, a member of the Thebe Group, is a leading supplier of underground mining support products and services and is the largest supplier of timber-based support products in the
11 Jun 2019
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