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Addressing the skills shortage in IT

Don't let the number of IT graduates fool you; there is still a lack of technical skills in the industry. Here's what we need to do about it.

By Keith Newnham 23 Apr 2014 13:29

Omni-channel retail, from product to customer focused

In the early 2000's, online retail threatened the "bricks & mortar" stores with extinction. The talk was of being "Amazoned", meaning Amazon.com would add your product line to its ever-expanding inventory and render you redundant.

By Kevin Lourens, Issued by NATIVE VML 23 Apr 2014 13:23

Social media: it's your problem

Learning how to use social media is crucial to business in the 21st century. Find out how at the ITWeb Social Media Summit 2014.

Issued by ITWeb 23 Apr 2014 13:21

The SABC, Ayisafani, the EFF and section 10(1)(d) of the Broadcasting Act

"If the SABC is to be regarded as the watchdog and disciplinarian, then who disciplines the SABC? Surely the intention of the legislature was to answer this question: the CCC (Complaints and Compliance Committee of ICASA) of course" - Judge Neels Claassen in the South Gauteng High Court on 24/1/2011.

By Ed Herbst 23 Apr 2014 08:10

Coca-Cola creates rainbows to celebrate

20 years of our #RainbowNation

Issued by FCB South Africa 22 Apr 2014 13:15

Do you have a five-year career plan?

Planning five years into your future may seem overwhelming and time-consuming. Few people actually plan their careers, despite the fact that we spend most of our adult lives at work. A well thought-out career plan is a fundamental tool if you are wanting to strategically advance your career, especially in today's volatile economic and business environment.

Issued by GetSmarter 22 Apr 2014 11:01

SABC shows ANC colours in run-up to elections

For the first democratic election 20 years ago, the African National Congress ensured it would not enter the election period without the SABC - for so long a voice of the ruling party - being put into neutral hands. It understood the power of the national broadcaster as the primary source of news and information for most of the country, and its capacity to distort the national debate and influence voting. Now it appears we are entering an election again with the SABC - or at least key elements of it - captive to a ruling party.

By Anton Harber 22 Apr 2014 08:10

Mxit is not dead

But where has it been? It turns out that Mxit has been here all along. Mxit launched seven years ago and everyone who had a cell phone, had Mxit.

By Cari Van Wyk 19 Apr 2014 10:41

Five social media tips to maximise your brand's online presence

Social media - everyone's doing it, but few brands get it right. As with most things in life, everyone has an opinion, and the majority of them aren't necessarily right. Your approach to social media channels is crucial, and should be constantly monitored and tweaked according to your market's response. If you're looking for some fail-safe social media tips, you've come to the right place.

By Gareth Slaven 19 Apr 2014 08:19

Websites are shrinking

In Bizcommunity's [2014 trends] report, Anton Krugel names the first trend as "Less is more"...

By Zimaseka Njomi 17 Apr 2014 08:58

SABC DA ad ban: The battle continues

NEWSWATCH: The SABC's banning of a DA advert infringes freedom of expressions says the DA, reports Times Live, and the SABC has defended its ban, reports iafrica.com. The hearing was adjourned last night and resumes today at 6pm, reports news24.com.

16 Apr 2014 10:32

The tourism video that's so bad...

... Even the Singapore Tourism Board, which commissioned it - has scrapped it. (Video - if you're brave and like something cheesy)

16 Apr 2014 06:55

Townships are the new black

The township is no longer a foreign land far away and its story is no longer one of the haves and have-nots.

By Danette Breitenbach 16 Apr 2014 06:46