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Cost of data holding back adoption of internet TV
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How women can investment to sustain their lifetime
Albert Einstein declared compound interest to be the eighth...
The Internet of Things by 2020
Until now, the offerings of Mobile Network Operators (MNOs)...
Why employers keep rejecting your CV
Having a good qualification and a great track record...
Standard Bank’s Africa focus delivers growth in volatile market
Standard Bank’s decision to change its strategic focus to...
South African Dermatologist awarded L’Oréal African Hair and Skin Research Grant
Dr Willem Visser, Head of Dermatology, Stellenbosch University has...
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Port Elizabeth residential property market poised for capital growth
Multi-million rand investment in Port Elizabeth is raising the...

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  • It is very easy to be spooked by the current economic environment. The global economy is still battling with the aftermath of the global financial crisis and is bogged down by weak growth and rising inequality. At times like these it is particularly important to take a long-term focus and invest appropriately. Financial markets have […]

  • South Africa’s ICT sector has made great strides in changing its gender demographics over the past decade, but more work needs to be done to support women’s progress in this sector, says Mteto Nyati, MTN South Africa Chief Executive Officer. Speaking ahead of the South African Women in ICT Awards, Nyati said South African ICT […]

  • In a recent consumer survey commissioned by ShowMax, the most common reason cited for not signing up to internet TV services is the cost of data. The amount of data needed to stream TV shows and movies can be one gigabyte (GB) per hour or more. To help manage this, ShowMax has introduced bandwidth capping […]

  • Albert Einstein declared compound interest to be the eighth wonder of the world. “He who understands it, earns it … he who doesn’t … pays it,” the renowned physicist once said. With research showing that women live longer than men in developed and emerging economies, and that they are the most risk-averse group when it […]

  • Until now, the offerings of Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) have been geared towards mobile broadband and voice packages. As a result, their networks have been built to cater for personal devices such as smartphones, laptops and tablets. However, MNOs are quickly having to prepare for a third offering: The Internet of Things (IoT), which includes […]

  • Having a good qualification and a great track record provide compelling reasons for employers to consider a candidate for a position, but many with those crucial qualities never even make it to the interview list because of simple but persistent mistakes, an expert says. Lillian Bususu, an employment expert at The Independent Institute of Education, […]

  • Standard Bank’s decision to change its strategic focus to Africa is being rewarded as the continent continues to deliver sustained growth in a lacklustre global economy. Despite short-term headwinds, the continent is, today, at a pivotal point in its history with sustained domestic growth set to transform Africa’s ability to manage risk and build long-term […]

  • Dr Willem Visser, Head of Dermatology, Stellenbosch University has been awarded the L’Oréal African Hair and Skin research grant for his research on Acne keloidalis nuchae (AKN). The award is open to all dermatologists and African PhD students specialising in the science of skin and hair. Acne keloidalis nuchae (AKN) is a skin and hair […]

  • What are the current cyber security trends in Kenya? As a result of people’s increased connectedness in Kenya, as internet penetration continues to grow, cyber-attacks are on the rise. One of the biggest areas of concern remains online and mobile banking. A decade ago, these platforms were used by a limited number of early adopters, […]

  • Multi-million rand investment in Port Elizabeth is raising the profile of the city, which despite being South Africa’s fifth largest, has been a well-kept secret in terms of its value for money real estate. That’s according to Ian Olivier, area principal of Pam Golding Properties Port Elizabeth, who says it’s glaringly obvious that, on the […]

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  • Volatile times call for long-term thinking

    It is very easy to be spooked by the current economic environment. The global economy is still battling with the aftermath of the global financial crisis and is bogged down by weak growth and rising inequality. At times like these it is particularly important to take a long-term focus and invest appropriately. Financial markets have

    Volatile times call for long-term thinking
  • How women can investment to sustain their lifetime

    Albert Einstein declared compound interest to be the eighth wonder of the world. “He who understands it, earns it … he who doesn’t … pays it,” the renowned physicist once said. With research showing that women live longer than men in developed and emerging economies, and that they are the most risk-averse group when it

    How women can investment to sustain their lifetime
  • Standard Bank’s Africa focus delivers growth in volatile market

    Standard Bank’s decision to change its strategic focus to Africa is being rewarded as the continent continues to deliver sustained growth in a lacklustre global economy. Despite short-term headwinds, the continent is, today, at a pivotal point in its history with sustained domestic growth set to transform Africa’s ability to manage risk and build long-term

    Standard Bank’s Africa focus delivers growth in volatile market

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  • Privinvest (www.Privinvest.com) has noted recent inaccurate comments in the media with regards to maritime programs executed by Privinvest for entities owned by the Government of Mozambique. These programs were deemed by Mozambique as necessary to build a local industry to...

  • The climate change challenge cannot be isolated from the on-going need for economic development in Africa, and the aim should be to reduce CO2 emissions whilst increasing trade and economic opportunities for the growing population on the continent. Jonathan...

  • The economic slowdown in China, the declining demand for mining commodities, dwindling consumer spending power and the drought have all negatively impacted container trade in South Africa, with both import and export markets declining year-on-year by 8% and 12%...

  • With South Africa’s unemployment rate having just reached a 10-year high, at a time when almost half the population is under 25, the consistent nurturing and development of skills among the youth is critical to the country’s future economic...

  • South Africa’s purposeful drive to transform positively the country’s maritime sector primarily through development widely yet rapidly of a formidable base of human resource skills is yielding significant results. Latest evidence of this trend is to be found in...

  • Safmarine, the international container carrier focused on trade to and from Africa, West and Central Asia, will relocate its head office to Cape Town, South Africa. Thereby Safmarine returns to its roots. Safmarine was established in South Africa in...

  • Women leaving the workforce after maternity leave is a growing concern globally, with research conducted by KPMG revealing that it costs global businesses $47 billion every year to recruit and train new employees to replace women who do not...

  • Allen & Overy Casablanca announced it has advised APM Terminals, a subsidiary of AP Moller Maersk group, on its being awarded the concession for a container terminal within the Tangier Med 2 port complex, by the Tangier Mediterranean Special...

  • South African Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies has confirmed that he will address the annual Manufacturing Indaba on 28 June 2016 at Emperors Palace, Ekurhuleni. The two-day conference and exhibition, hosted in Africa’s largest manufacturing city,...

  • Although South African container trade started off with a bang in 2015, with the market growing by 7% during the first half of the year, the second half of 2015 saw a significant slowdown, recording a 1% decline. This...

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