Taking ESG seriously
Some areas of Environmental, Social and Governance are more easily measured than others.
Putting down roots in Africa
Sabine Dall’Omo, local Siemens CEO, is driven to improve the living conditions of South Africans.
You’ve got an uncle in the insurance business
How best to offer insurance to small businesses? Think like an actuary, says Bi-me’s Francois Potgieter.
The man who invented rhino watches
A passion for rhinos inspired Rouxcel Technology’s SP le Roux to build a tracking device aimed at saving the species.
CIO Survey: We want your input
What is top of mind for South Africa’s CIOs? What new challenges are they facing? If you’re a CIO, CTO or CDO, we’d like to hear from you.
Standard Bank’s R21bn bet on technology
Standard Bank spends 26% of its annual budget on IT, ahead of global and local peers, according to its Group financial director, Arno Daehnke.
At Eskom, 'tech is the easy part'
It probably won’t be a surprise to hear that the biggest challenge facing Eskom’s CIO has nothing to do with technology.
BAT: The brand that won't quit
BAT is reinventing itself as a multi-category business, building on a global footprint of 53 000 employees.
The project management Godzilla
Jira is the foundational solution from the impressive Atlassian stable.
The seasoned CIO
As Nedbank’s CIO for well over a decade retires, Fred Swanepoel looks back on his time at the bank and unpacks how the CIO role has evolved during his tenure.
Does my repository look big in this?
GitHub is something of a phenomenon and has been the source of many a drama and a leak, but how do local CIOs use it for their own needs?
It pays to keep ahead of the technology curve, says Scania's head of IT, Theven Naicker.