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#StartupStory: BlueAvo to tackle inequality in the media industry
#StartupStory: BlueAvo to tackle inequality in the media industryArticle

South African startup BlueAvo has been shortlisted for the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK) Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation...

Evan-Lee Courie 12 Apr 2021

#StartupStory: LegitLaw - the new self-service platform for basic business contracts
#StartupStory: LegitLaw - the new self-service platform for basic business contractsArticle

In the era of digitalisation, automation and self-help services, the legal sector has been slow to transform. LegitLaw is changing that with the launch of its legal tech-meets-online shopping platform...

Shan Radcliffe 18 Mar 2021

How SpaceMatch is simplifying retail rentals in SA
How SpaceMatch is simplifying retail rentals in SAArticle

The online platform allows retail landlords to list their available space for potential tenants to easily view and secure for rental...

Lauren Hartzenberg 1 Mar 2021

Pandemic underscores gross inequalities in South Africa, and the need to fix them
Pandemic underscores gross inequalities in South Africa, and the need to fix themArticle

Now more than ever, South Africans are painfully aware of the inequalities that continue to play out in the country...

Lauren Graham 6 Apr 2020

Jabu Mabuza, Eskom board chairman
Trillian ordered to pay back the moneyArticle

The Gupta-linked company, Trillian Capital, has been ordered by the Pretoria High Court to pay back R600m to Eskom for work not done...

24 Jun 2019

AI doctors and engineers are coming - but they won't be stealing high-skill jobs
AI doctors and engineers are coming - but they won't be stealing high-skill jobsArticle

Google recently successfully put its DeepMind artificial intelligence system to work recognising eye diseases...

Leandro L. Minku and Jeremy Levesley 21 Aug 2018

Boris Dzhingarov
Predictions for the cryptocurrency marketArticle

Forecasters say that the cryptocurrency market is going to continue to boom over the next year, and valuations are expected to expand in huge ways...

Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 19 Jul 2018

Boris Dzhingarov
What you should know before you owe a mortgageArticle

Getting a mortgage is a big step for anyone. If you buy a home, your mortgage will probably be the biggest financial decision of your life. It will affect your credit, your spending, and your lifestyle for years to come...

Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 9 Jul 2018

The blockchain effect
The blockchain effectArticle

How the technology behind the global crypto-craze is redefining the internet, the global economy and the next wave of digital disruption...

Bronwyn Williams 8 May 2018

Wild Coast toll road: new court battle looms
Wild Coast toll road: new court battle loomsArticle

The SA National Roads Agency (SANRAL) has promised to respond by the end of the month to a legal challenge to the controversial R9bn N2 Wild Coast Toll Road from East London to Durban...

Thembela Ntongana 10 Apr 2018

DR Congo to scrap illegal China logging contracts
DR Congo to scrap illegal China logging contractsArticle

Congolese authorities told AFP on Wednesday, 13 July, they would annul three logging contracts awarded to China last year in what Greenpeace had called a violation of Congo's own logging moratorium.

14 Jul 2016

Scheme to help poor comes a cropper
Scheme to help poor comes a cropperArticle

With the government's new drive to assist informal businesses, corporates are increasingly looking to invest in and help build township economies. But if it doesn't make commercial sense it has little chance of being sustainable...

27 Aug 2015

Research indicates shift in rules of procurement is hampered by tender policy
Research indicates shift in rules of procurement is hampered by tender policyArticle

Prior to his Executive Insights into Negotiations in Supply Chain Management workshop to be held at the SBL on 2 and 3 July 2015, Professor Douglas Boateng of the UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership provides some research-based insight into the rules of procurement...

12 Jun 2015

AfriMold hosts trade fair and tooling conference
AfriMold hosts trade fair and tooling conferenceArticle

AfriMold - the international trade fair for application development via tooling, engineering, mould-making and design, will take place from 10 to 12 October 2012 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand, Gauteng.

13 Aug 2012

KPMG hosts 'Transacting in Africa' discussion panelArticle

With the 'Great Africa Business Migration' well under way, discussions around the realities of doing business on the continent are now at a critical point. Africa is far from being a homogeneous continent, with 55 countries all boasting different regulatory, tax and competitive environments. Transacting in Africa poses complexities that companies need to factor in.

30 Jul 2012

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