Ghana is among the top two gold producers in Africa. . What has caught little attention, however, is the fact that more than 35% of total gold output in Ghana comes from artisanal and small-scale miners...
Richard Kwaku Kumah 16 Apr 2021
I must admit, I did not realise the importance of formalising a business when I first registered my PR company nine years ago. I registered the company as a Private Company (Pty) Limited (Ltd)...
Miranda Lusiba 13 Apr 2021
Against the backdrop of Covid-19, any business that has adopted remote working has had to quickly embrace available technology for a range of business needs. Among these are digital signature platforms...
Issued by LexisNexis 19 Oct 2020
Wits Language School's English improvement courses are designed for second language speakers. In these courses, you will increase your vocabulary, revise essential grammar rules and learn how to write business documents that are effective, professional and persuasive...
Issued by Wits Plus 11 May 2020
For graduates and current students, the need to differentiate themselves from their peers in the job market is leading to them extending their studies into alternate qualifications to their main field...
Regardless of the size and nature of your business, if you store your data, and your customers' data, you need a safe and secure way to back up and store that data...
The decade-old vision of the paperless office has never, and may never, come to pass. But the developments of the cloud, digital workflow and Electronic Content Management (ECM) have all cut down the amount of paper that the average office deals with...
Nathan Nayagar 18 Dec 2014
The printing industry has changed, with many established printer providers, as well as new companies, adopting digital printing solutions to meet the demands of the print market.
Leon Minnie 13 Jun 2014
In a business context, translators have to do much more than simply change words from one language into another. They have to deal with aspects such as industry jargon, language trends and the intended audience of a document.
Adriana de Kock 31 Jan 2014
With globalisation and rapid advances in technology shrinking the world, cross-cultural and international trade are increasingly becoming a reality for businesses of all sizes. However, good communication, which is essential in business, can be 'lost in translation'.
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND: Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom on Thursday (20 June) condemned a Dutch company's decision to delete millions of files belonging to users of his defunct website, calling it "the largest data massacre in the history of the Internet".
The Consumer Protection Act makes it law for South African businesses to provide information to their customers in plain and understandable language.
Microsoft and Nokia, are making their play in the smartphone market with Windows Phone 8, the mobile operating system that is set to occupy third place in the market for the foreseeable future.
Infor, a leading provider of business application software, has announced the next generation of Infor10 ION Workspace, an evolutionary step in enterprise software with advanced collaborative and communicative capabilities.
The archive of South African literary giant and Nobel laureate JM Coetzee has been bought by the Harry Ransom Centre library at the University of Texas in the US. The collection of work covers the life and career of the author, spanning more than five decades.
Ray Maota 18 Oct 2011
The need for good writing skills in South Africa is evidenced every day in poor emails, poor press releases, poor web copy and poor business communication. Offering solutions to this shortage are upcoming courses from experts in their field. For those who aspire to write for film, TV or the stage, or produce and direct productions, workshops are being conducted in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
The future of the traditional direct mailer looks set to grow in 2010 and beyond, despite the inroads being made by digital direct media platforms such as the Internet and mobile technologies.
Ian Geary 8 Feb 2010
Construction of the 10,000 kilometre undersea fibre-optic cable is to begin next month following the announcement on Monday that the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and others have come up with $70.7 million in financing for the project. The project is aimed at moving Africa closer to reliable telecommunications and affordable Internet access, by connecting 21 east, southern, and central African countries to west Africa and Europe.
No matter how much the technology industry has droned on about the importance of backing up critical data, there are still daily examples of panic-stricken individuals berating themselves for failing to protect their information. One company believes it has the solution.
Speed Services Couriers has launched a new television ad campaign to position itself in the corporate market, but was determined not to lose the accessibility of the service to individuals.