From ‘phobe to ‘phile
As lead DevSecOps engineer at Peach Payments, Grace Mukendi has come a long way from her first tentative ventures into tech as a self-described technophobe.
Be inclusive, not just diverse
Cisco’s Francine Katsoudas has turned a serendipitous start in tech into a wide-ranging career and a strategic leadership role, focused on “people, policy and purpose”.
Click here for wellness
Is wellness an invaluable tool that HR can use to bolster engagement, or is it a toxic wasteland filled with metrics and measurables?
Changing colours of diversity
Women have influenced history in remarkable ways. In South Africa, 20 000 women of all races marched to the Union Buildings in 1956, protesting the country’s pass laws. Thirty-nine years later, in 1995, the first National Women’s Day was celebrated on August 9.
Why we’re losing the gender diversity battle
It's 2023. Less than 25% of global tech leadership positions are held by women.
Art at the heart of tech communication
Pairing research and creativity to anticipate trends helps Emma Hutchman market complex and cutting edge tech in a surprisingly simple and human way.
Sponsored: Balancing business with technology
In two years, Absa’s Roopa Bharath, Head of Technology, Finance Management and ERP, has already made her mark in the Group.
Sponsored: Political intelligence for professional success
Regardless of size or type of organisation or its global location, it’s a corporate politics world and women who get to the top are those who successfully navigate them or use politics to their advantage.
Sponsored: Take risks and embrace challenges
There has been much talk lately about how the role of the Chief Information Officer (CIO) has changed, how important soft skills have become and the relevance of strong, people-centric leadership.
Sponsored: Purposeful, driven cybersecurity leadership
Leading with charisma, influence and collaboration describes the style of Celia Mantshiyane, CISO for MTN SA, who believes in and is passionate about transforming people.
Sponsored: Transforming the halls of traditional academic technology
The University of Stellenbosch (SU) did not rise gradually into the digital age; it was catapulted into it, resulting in the university becoming an education leader in South Africa and a world-class higher education learning organisation.
Sponsored: MTN’s enterprise women leaders
Defining the organisation through insight, creativity and innovative thinking.
Sponsored: Diversity is key to innovation and success
With the technology industry being historically male-dominated, women are still underrepresented in the workplace. Mia Odendaal, Marketing Manager for Ecentric Payment Systems, says IT organisations can reap huge benefits by growing their pool of female talent.