The psychology of success
How do you take a flailing multinational IT company and turn it around? It may surprise you to hear that the woman who turned T-Systems around is a psychologist.
Resisting the green religion
Poverty is the biggest threat to the environment and business is the only way to generate wealth.
A tough task
South Africa is a heavy atmosphere polluter, mainly because of our reliance on coal.
Averting the storm
UCS Group may be 30 years old, but it`s not showing its age, much like founder and CEO John Bright.
Top ICT individuals honoured
The cream of the local ICT crop have been recognised for the exceptional contribution made and foresight shown to the industry in the past year.
Tribal ICT evangelist
It was an eventful few days for Rabelani Dagada in early November. A sea-change was taking shape in the USA and his wife was about to give birth.
Where the heart is
Her biggest dream may be to open a creche for homeless children, but Poppy Tshabalala believes she still has a lot to achieve in her career.
Everyone loves Vinny
Dream big or go home is Vinny Lingham`s mantra, and it seems to be working.
Not about me
The Integr8 Group has once again been nominated for an award. The reception area at its Johannesburg office sure does a good job of letting everyone know.
Master of change
Heading up Standard Bank`s information security division has its challenges. Your reputation is on the line and you simply cannot afford to screw up.
Thorn in Ivy`s side
Free! Free at last! VANS celebrate their new ability to self-provide, while the industry high-fives Altech.
A costly gold mine
South Africa`s move from an analogue to a digital terrestrial broadcasting platform will cost the country billions of rand, with government, broadcasters and even consumers having to shell out large amounts of cash in the process.
Alone in the dark
South Africa`s power crisis promises to have significant long-term impact. In the short term, however, everyone is scrambling just to keep the lights on.