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Geology’s loss is business’ gain as Hlophe shines

August 10, 2018 7:10 am0 comments
Geology’s loss is business’ gain as Hlophe shines

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG – LOSING a mother at the age of four and growing up as a last-born in an incoherent, conflict-ridden family in a politically volatile area are among the worst setbacks any youngster can ever go through. Such early setbacks are enough to condemn them to a future […]

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A customer-centric approach to hyper-availability

August 8, 2018 1:54 pm1 comment
KATE Mollet  Regional Manager for South Africa at Veeam Software IMAGE PROVIDED

By Kate Mollett South African businesses are increasingly leveraging data to deliver a better customer experience and differentiate their offerings from competitors. For example, one local bank lets a person open an account simply by taking a selfie. The mining sector is another where the push towards connected devices is […]

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Africa’s first e-waste recycling firm soaring high

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Africa’s first e-waste recycling firm soaring high

by MTHULISI SIBANDA  JOHANNESBURG – PIETERMARITZBURG, the South African city, is previously renowned for producing high quality textile, clothing and footwear, the industries that have declined because of intense competition from lower-priced Asian goods. It is not an area you would envisage finding the first African company to recycle florescent tubes along with energy-saving and […]

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