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MARKETING & MEDIA

A South African's guide to moving to and making it in Malta: Sign 'O' the Times
A South African's guide to moving to and making it in Malta: Sign 'O' the Times

This month's anniversary of Maltese journalist-blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia's assassination has undammed a flow of reportage, ruminations and reminiscences...

By Marcus ‘The Maltese Falcon’ Brewster 13 hours ago

AGRICULTURE

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Fruit South Africa: Sow the critical seeds of fruit consumption amongst our kids

We owe it to our children to advocate for their awareness around nutrition and obesity, and their fruit consumption seems a good place to start...

By Konanani Liphadzi 15 hours ago

LIFESTYLE

#OnTheBigScreen: Self-discovery, short films, and scary thrills
#OnTheBigScreen: Self-discovery, short films, and scary thrills

Kanarie, Papillon, Halloween 2018, Titan and The Hate U Give open at local cinemas this Friday...

By Daniel Dercksen 16 hours ago

MARKETING & MEDIA

Twitter now tells you if your tweet breaks its rules
Twitter now tells you if your tweet breaks its rules

When you report a tweet for breaching Twitter's rules, or when the company takes actions on one, it requires the offending user to delete the tweet before they can publish another...

By Andy Walker 19 hours ago

ICT

BPM is dead, long live BPS
BPM is dead, long live BPS

Over the last few years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has started to permeate all markets...

By Richard Firth 1 day ago

AGRICULTURE

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Reel Gardening, inspiring South Africans to grow their own food

Reel Gardening recently won the Future-Agro Challenge: Agripreneur of the Year award. Here, Eugene Yiga speaks to founder Claire Reid to discover more...

By Eugene Yiga 1 day ago

RETAIL

Individualisation: The powerful trend shaping retail customer experience
Individualisation: The powerful trend shaping retail customer experience

Rising inflation. Record petrol prices. A VAT increase. A technical recession. SA consumers are feeling the pinch as a confluence of forces put immense pressure on their wallets...

By Ian Steyn 1 day ago

ICT

Moving towards a synchronized society for the connected generation
Moving towards a synchronized society for the connected generation

Technology trends and changes in human behaviour are inseparable and synonymous with innovation...

By Lwazi Piti 1 day ago

ICT

Big tech dominates cloud computing - at the expense of AI innovation?
Big tech dominates cloud computing - at the expense of AI innovation?

In the market for computing services, Amazon Web Services (AWS) reigns supreme. As of April this year, AWS has held onto a 33% market share in cloud computing for the previous three years...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 2 days ago

LOGISTICS & TRANSPORT

5 ways to build a better supply chain
5 ways to build a better supply chain

In South Africa, optimizing the supply chain is essential for company performance...

By Kerry Hope 2 days ago

LIFESTYLE

5 best views for sundowners In Cape Town this summer
5 best views for sundowners In Cape Town this summer

We've rounded up a few places (and not the usual ones on the Camps Bay strip) where you can enjoy sundowners with amazing views...

By Mvelase Peppetta 2 days ago

LIFESTYLE

Charl-Johan Lingenfelder gets personal in his new film Kanarie
Charl-Johan Lingenfelder gets personal in his new film Kanarie

Charl-Johan Lingenfelder has been an inspirational tour-de-force as a musician, composer, writer, performer, his heavenly collaboration with director Christiaan Olwagen, Kanarie, is a proudly South African film taking the world by storm...

By Daniel Dercksen 2 days ago

FINANCE

What will Mboweni talk about in the MTBPS?
What will Mboweni talk about in the MTBPS?

Just a few weeks into his tenure Minister, Tito Mboweni, will deliver his first Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) on 24 October...

By Nicci Botha 3 days ago

MARKETING & MEDIA

Bad data is harming your email marketing efforts: Here's how to fix it
Bad data is harming your email marketing efforts: Here's how to fix it

Bad data can impact everything. From how many people see the messaging you send out to its impact and even your organisation's reputation. Fortunately, cleaning up your data and repairing your marketing efforts isn't rocket science...

By Ross Sibbald 3 days ago

MARKETING & MEDIA

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#OrchidsandOnions: Absa ad is on the money

An Onion to the painfully slow SA Post Office for its lightning-fast branded vehicle. I won't post it, because I doubt whether it would get there...

By Brendan Seery 3 days ago

MARKETING & MEDIA

#Newsmaker: "Measure, review, react" - Marilyn Nel
#Newsmaker: "Measure, review, react" - Marilyn Nel

Marilyn Nel joined BMi Research earlier this year as new research manager to lead the B2B market research department, responsible for building client relationships, guiding clients through research projects and overseeing the research process on all projects...

By Jessica Tennant 3 days ago

LIFESTYLE

The House with a Clock in Its Walls is fanciful fun
The House with a Clock in Its Walls is fanciful fun

The House with a Clock in Its Walls is quite a mouthful and it's a good ode to oldie scary films; brimful of fantastical elements...

By Natalie Le Clue 3 days ago

RETAIL

Job creation is a team effort
Job creation is a team effort

The franchise sector continues to grow healthily, according to the survey results recently released by Fasa. That sounds as if we should be in a good position to answer the president's call to create jobs...

By Richard Mukheibir 15 Oct 2018

MARKETING & MEDIA

Does traditional 'offline' media still have a place in the digital online media space?
Does traditional 'offline' media still have a place in the digital online media space?

My career in media started somewhere in the 80's. Needless to say, what we do today in media and what we did 'back in the day' is poles apart, mostly due to media choices being extremely limited...

By Margie Knap 15 Oct 2018

LIFESTYLE

David Tlale chats about his Nelson Mandela centenary celebration showcase
David Tlale chats about his Nelson Mandela centenary celebration showcase

Renowned fashion designer David Tlale showcased his biggest collection yet - a 100-model, 100-look runway, to celebrate the centenary of Nelson Mandela - at the recent AFI Joburg Fashion Week...

By Ruth Cooper 15 Oct 2018

RETAIL

Yuppiechef's foray into physical retail continues with flagship V&A opening
Yuppiechef's foray into physical retail continues with flagship V&A opening

Kitchen and homeware retailer Yuppiechef opened the doors to its new flagship store in V&A Waterfront on 1 October...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 15 Oct 2018

MARKETING & MEDIA

Campaigns no longer cut it: Why we should stop creating things with a finite shelf life
Campaigns no longer cut it: Why we should stop creating things with a finite shelf life

When we seek to build long lasting, evergreen digital brand assets that are deeply useful to the customer, we create a scenario where your brand is actually useful to a customer, beyond just the products you sell...

By Devin Ross 15 Oct 2018

LIFESTYLE

5 highlights from the 2018 Baxter Dance Festival
5 highlights from the 2018 Baxter Dance Festival

Debbie Hathway reports on the impactful and recently concluded 14th annual Baxter Dance Festival curated by artistic director Nicolette Moses...

By Debbie Hathway 15 Oct 2018

ICT

Data Management - are you seeing the real value?
Data Management - are you seeing the real value?

The business value of data is unquestionable...

By Gary Allemann 15 Oct 2018

AGRICULTURE

#FutureofFarming: Aerobotics launches new agritech innovations to combat pest, disease
#FutureofFarming: Aerobotics launches new agritech innovations to combat pest, disease

Cape Town startup, Aerobotics has launched five new innovations, which have been designed to help farmers with early pest and disease detection...

By Robin Fredericks 15 Oct 2018

FINANCE

Regulations keep IFAs awake at night
Regulations keep IFAs awake at night

Independent financial advisers (IFAs) believe one of their greatest challenges now and over the next five years is regulations related to the industry...

By Nicci Botha 15 Oct 2018

PROPERTY

Pricing a property is not an exact science
Pricing a property is not an exact science

What is the right price of a property? Is it the advertised price? Or 10% lower than advertised? Or even 20% lower?

By Ronald Ennik 15 Oct 2018

MARKETING & MEDIA

Empowering women in Africa as entrepreneurs, innovators
Empowering women in Africa as entrepreneurs, innovators

Growing women's economic empowerment in Africa and creating the number one globally recognised platform for female entrepreneurship in Africa, is what AWIEF is about...

By Louise Marsland 15 Oct 2018

ICT

Industry 4.0 to deliver the foundation for manufacturing's future
Industry 4.0 to deliver the foundation for manufacturing's future

Faced with customer demands that are evolving faster than ever and the pressure of ongoing economic uncertainty, manufacturers are turning to digital transformation...

By Kate Mollett 15 Oct 2018

FINANCE

A South African's guide to moving to and making it in Malta: Who wants to be a millionaire?
A South African's guide to moving to and making it in Malta: Who wants to be a millionaire?

If you already have a yacht and two airplanes, guess what the latest status symbol is? Russian oligarchs already know the punchline - a Maltese passport - but it's no laughing matter (and it's certainly not cheap either)...

By Marcus ‘The Maltese Falcon’ Brewster 12 Oct 2018

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