Catching rhino poachers in the act
South Africa is still losing hundreds of rhinos every year to poaching. It’s hoped that a mix of technologies can cut this number.
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.
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.
Must like travel
Innovations around airports aim to make the travelling experience easier and smoother for passengers.
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.
Letting in the light
Sunshine Cinema is an initiative bringing films and awareness to poor and underserved communities in Africa.
Looking back, and forward
IT insider Doug Batchelor looks back at his career, and considers what the future may hold.
Changing your playlist
Jocelyne Muhutu-Remy is determined to change the narrative around Africa, and Spotify is the perfect vehicle for doing that.
It pays to keep ahead of the technology curve, says Scania's head of IT, Theven Naicker.
The trusted adviser
Cyber1 consultant Edison Mazibuko on the importance of investing in yourself, and others.
Bridging the connectivity divide
Datafree’s Gour Lentell wants companies that provide content or own a website to cover the data costs so users can access it for free.
Growing African podcasts: Just add funding
Spotify has stumped up $100 000 to develop podcasting across Africa.