The little car that could
After months of delays, Great Wall Motors (GWM) launched the least expensive electric vehicle (EV) in South Africa.
Modelling the Southern Ocean’s ice dynamics with more efficient, locally-developed instruments.
AI governance: Just how far has that horse bolted?
Knowledge is knowing that you have toilet cleaner in the house; wisdom is not putting it on chips.
Money, not mysticism, behind OpenAI coup
The tech industry in California has a long history of attracting brilliant weirdos and dreamy geniuses.
The year in science
CRISPR is back, vaccines are getting smarter, we’ve finally mapped the human brain, and space data is being used to understand everything from dark matter to alien life.
The year in EVs
Just over 500 battery electric cars were sold in South Africa in the first six months of the year, but the trend can only accelerate.
All I need is the air that I breathe and some data
Heading overseas? Remember to pack your Airalo app.
What will you do with GenAI?
How is generative AI changing business in South Africa?
The rise and rise of MTN
An investment in MTN today, really, is a bet on three things: the unquenchable thirst for data services, its Nigerian business, and the obvious fintech opportunity across Africa.
Bots meet students where they’re at
How one university is digitally filling the access gap in mental healthcare with a chatbot.
Personal growth, in all shapes
From behavioural change to networking to bypassing traditional banking, this is the “You Can Do It” edition.
The language of leadership and change
Why do digital transformation projects fail?
Cheaper EVs headed to South Africa in 2023
Drivers in the market for an EV have paid over R1m. That’s set to change with three new vehicles.