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#DesignMonth: Getting people where they want to go
#DesignMonth: Getting people where they want to go

Urged by unreliable public transport and a desperate need to get to class on time, Devin de Vries and Chris King started an innovative company...

By Cari Van Wyk 5 Feb 2016

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Supply chain trends for 2016

Supply chains - the series of events needed to get goods and services to customers at the right place, time, quality, and price - face a number of impending challenges in 2016...

By Grant Marshbank 18 Jan 2016

[BizTrends 2016] Shifting towards e-mobility
[BizTrends 2016] Shifting towards e-mobility

Global statistics reveal that world populations have grown exponentially, but have the supporting services and infrastructure grown in proportion to cater for this? The answer is no...

By Hiten Parmar 18 Jan 2016

[BizTrends 2016] Fleet management trends with Dr David Molapo
[BizTrends 2016] Fleet management trends with Dr David Molapo

With economic relief unlikely anytime soon, South African fleet managers are set to continue in belt-tightening mode through the coming year...

By Cari Van Wyk 18 Jan 2016

[BizTrends 2016] Logistics trends with Lelanie Prinsloo
[BizTrends 2016] Logistics trends with Lelanie Prinsloo

Logistics itself is my passion. It is the energy of movement, and essential in our economy and everyday existence. - Lelanie Prinsloo.

By Cari Van Wyk 18 Jan 2016

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[BizTrends 2016] Five logistics trends to look out for in 2016

By embracing technology, supply chains will be able to deliver on time and within budget this year, despite slow economic growth, increasing costs...

By Nicci Botha 18 Jan 2016

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Leaders need to plan for industry disruption

The working world of today is characterised by constant change. Across indsutries and sector, the business landscape is dominated by change and market disruption...

By Kate Stubbs 18 Jan 2016

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Leaders need to plan for industry disruption

The working world of today is characterised by constant change. Across indsutries and sector, the business landscape is dominated by change and market disruption...

By Kate Stubbs 18 Jan 2016

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Five megatrends set to impact your business

There are what research group Frost & Sullivan define as 'megatrends' that demand a different and more strategic approach from business leaders...

By Kate Stubbs 18 Jan 2016

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Five megatrends set to impact your business

There are what research group Frost & Sullivan define as 'megatrends' that demand a different and more strategic approach from business leaders...

By Kate Stubbs 18 Jan 2016

The ByBox
Efficiency in a box

In a move to revolutionise the delivery of essential parts for the repair of office hardware across the country, Nashua in partnership with UTi, rolled out an innovative solution...

By Cari Van Wyk 17 Dec 2015

Converging technologies unlocking greater efficiencies for logistics operators
Converging technologies unlocking greater efficiencies for logistics operators

The convergence of technologies such as Cloud computing, mobility, Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT) are creating unprecedented opportunities for logistics operators...

By Martin Vergunst 9 Nov 2015

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[#gbcsa2015] On the move to green

Gridlock. Traffic jam. Congestion. Every person who commutes has experienced the agony and frustration of sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic for what feels like forever...

By Nicci Botha 9 Nov 2015

Predictive maintenance: reducing costs, increasing uptime in the transportation sector
Predictive maintenance: reducing costs, increasing uptime in the transportation sector

The use of intelligent predictive maintenance platforms for organisations in the transportation sector can unleash powerful business advantages...

By Martin Vergunst 3 Nov 2015

Tighter control in transport industry needed to curb drunk-driving accidents
Tighter control in transport industry needed to curb drunk-driving accidents

The reality is that many accidents are caused by professional drivers in the transport industry and the number of accidents caused by driving under the influence...

By Rhys Evans 2 Nov 2015

The connected car: driving us to the future
The connected car: driving us to the future

One of the next great frontiers of consumer technology will be the humble automobile. No longer just a piece of physical engineering, the car of the future will soon connect us...

By Michael Frans 22 Oct 2015

[#WomenInBiz] The sky's the limit, Q&A with Jane Trembath
[#WomenInBiz] The sky's the limit, Q&A with Jane Trembath

It was only in 2007 that South Africa had its first female commander on long-range international flights when Jane Trembath took the helm...

By Nicci Botha 10 Aug 2015

When driving supply chain performance, visibility is key
When driving supply chain performance, visibility is key

At its heart, supply chain management requires a balancing of operational efficiency, customer satisfaction and quality...

By David Telford 28 Jul 2015

SA growing with AGOA, Q&A with Matthew Conroy
SA growing with AGOA, Q&A with Matthew Conroy

The African Growth and Opportunity Act, legislation that focusses on assisting economies of sub-Saharan Africa as well as improving economic relations between...

By Cari Van Wyk 10 Jul 2015

Augmented reality: the key to a new digital future
Augmented reality: the key to a new digital future

The concept of Augmented Reality (AR) has existed for many years now and commentators have remained rigidly skeptical about whether it will truly materialise in our everyday lives....

By Saurabh Kumar 25 Jun 2015

Looking beyond the obvious in sub-Saharan Africa: The rise of e-commerce
Looking beyond the obvious in sub-Saharan Africa: The rise of e-commerce

The building blocks for future developments in e-tailing are emerging in sub-Saharan Africa, as a growing middle class and young population create a demand for products that store-based retail simply cannot meet...

By Bernadette Kissane 22 Jun 2015

Going somewhere? Don't forget to take TomTom Start 50 with you.
Going somewhere? Don't forget to take TomTom Start 50 with you.

The TomTom Start 50 is an entry-level product that is a perfect little travelling companion, especially if you're a new driver...

By Cari Van Wyk 19 Jun 2015

[Source Africa 2015] Africa en vogue
[Source Africa 2015] Africa en vogue

Africa is certainly the next big thing when it comes to trading partners for the US, and the recent reauthorisation of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) for another 10 years has just made it even hotter...

By Nicci Botha 11 Jun 2015

Charles Brewer: 2015 to be a year of growth for the logistics industry in Africa
Charles Brewer: 2015 to be a year of growth for the logistics industry in Africa

The World Economic Forum on Africa 2015 conference, held to mark 25 years of economic change in Africa, concluded last week...

By Cari Van Wyk 8 Jun 2015

Benefits of alcohol testing in transport
Benefits of alcohol testing in transport

The trucking and transportation sector is vital to the economic wellbeing of South Africa, ensuring the flow of goods between provinces for both local consumption and export...

By Rhys Evans 8 Jun 2015

A 'mobile-first' ethos: the catalyst for business transformation
A 'mobile-first' ethos: the catalyst for business transformation

Organisations in every sector and every country are currently grappling with the concepts of 'digitalisation' and 'digital transformation'...

By Lionel Moyal 27 May 2015

Rights and responsibilities of the Occupational Health and Safety Act
Rights and responsibilities of the Occupational Health and Safety Act

People are the most important asset of any organisation, and all employees are entitled to the highest consideration for their safety while in the workplace...

By Rhys Evans 27 May 2015

SAA's unfair competitive advantage
SAA's unfair competitive advantage

The plot between Comair and SAA thickens as Comair takes the legal battle against the government's bailouts of SAA to court...

By Tralone Khoza 7 May 2015

How sustainable is SAA's Project Solaris?
How sustainable is SAA's Project Solaris?

South African Airways (SAA) currently imports 100% of its fossil-based jet fuel. That said, the national carrier is currently on a mission to become the most sustainable airline in the world by 2022...

By Sindy Peters 25 Feb 2015

Competition Commission's appeal against SAB dismissed
Competition Commission's appeal against SAB dismissed

The Competition Commission's appeal against South African Breweries Limited (SAB) was dismissed with costs in a judgment handed down on Monday, 2 February 2015 by the Competition Appeal Court (CAC)...

By Leana Engelbrecht 5 Feb 2015

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