Tracking the last Southern white rhinos
Across the 22 protected areas managed by NGO African Parks, technology plays an important role in aiding conservation efforts.
From start up to scale up
Over the years, SweepSouth has simplified the process of connecting with domestic help. What’s behind the brand’s success?
The power of support
The future might be female, but if we are to make this future a reality, we need to start today.
Transforming the last mile
Transport and logistics businesses face a number of challenges around the last mile. But, luckily, there are a number of solutions helping them increase efficiency during this final step of a product’s journey.
Getting serious about SDN
While the networking space has traditionally lagged behind other areas of IT when it comes to innovation, SDN and SD-WAN hold incredible potential to deliver the next generation of connectivity.
Energised for innovation
As the world becomes more energy-constrained, the energy sector need to prioritise efficiency over innovation.
Printing on point
Despite a recent decline in printing volumes, indisty experts are optimistic about how printer brands can embrace new business models to remain relevant.
Broadening healthcare horizons
The BroadReach Group is leveraging AI to improve HIV programmes as part of a global mission to end HIV by 2030.
Tackling Africa’s challenges
South African company Mezzanine offers scalable solutions to its client base. It also made sure we all got our Covid-19 jabs.
In good health
Working alongside technology is the future of healthcare. Emerging tech is driving innovation across the healthcare sector and transforming patient care.
In 2023, successful collaboration demands a mix of the right technologies and the human touch.
Ford’s factory of the future
A visit to Ford’s facility in Silverton, Pretoria, shows how a $1billion investment has transformed the business’ manufacturing operations.
Making space for innovation in architecture
Technology may be improving how architects showcase their ideas and speed up their processes, but Peter Stokes and Kershlen Moodley from dhk Architects are adamant that there is still an important place for the human touch.