Is gap cover vital in the current climate of medical aid providers?

July 8, 2016 10:56 am3 comments
Is gap cover vital in the current climate of medical aid providers?

By Tony Singleton, CEO, Turnberry Management Services (Pty) Ltd It is becoming increasingly apparent that a gap is growing between what medical aid providers cover for certain in-hospital procedures and the actual cost of these procedures and associated expenses. This emerging breach is responsible for moving gap cover from an […]

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Turning Garbage into Growth the Future City way

June 24, 2016 9:56 am2 comments
Turning Garbage into Growth the Future City way

By Ashley Boag, SAP Africa’s Chief Business Officer/ Acting MD for East Africa WASTE is the eternal burden of civilisation. The earliest known urban garbage dumps are found in Crete, made over 5 000 years ago. Not long after that experiments with recycling began: Chinese societies reused bronze and the […]

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Why CIOs Should Be Concerned About Spectrum

June 20, 2016 12:41 pm1 comment
Why CIOs Should Be Concerned About Spectrum

By Roger Hislop, Senior Engineer: Research and Innovation: Internet Solutions  THE Chief Information Officer of any medium or large company today is a network operator. A Wi-Fi network operator, competing for limited available bands with other network operators – which could be companies next door, the building owner, public hotspot […]

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