Balancing success and humility
Stafford Masie has reached the heights of his professional career, but has experienced some personal lows. The key, he believes, is finding balance.
The next Bill Gates will be Zimbabwean
A handful of schools in Zimbabwe are pioneering technology and innovation in education.
A thoroughly modern lawyer
Nerushka Bowan has been mixing the fast-paced worlds of technology and innovation with the more conservative world of law.
Parlez vous isiZulu?
Duolingo is working on making learning to speak isiZulu and isiXhosa more accessible.
Building for the future
Tebogo Makgatho of NetCampus is on a mission to arm the country’s youth with skills and make them work-ready.
Digital scenery...it's behind you
Technical wizardry gets a starring role in the panto.
VMware’s regional director Lorna Hardie on why diversity is bigger than a female leader, her career in the IT industry and how the pandemic shaped her company’s culture.
The power of well-applied IT
Cisco’s Garsen Naidu has gone from engineer to business leader, but he’s still got a love for problem-solving with tech.
Starting a legacy
HP Africa’s new MD, Bradley Pulford, is looking beyond corporate growth, in order to make a societal impact.
Make yourself heard
A South African podcast network is aiming to diversify the voices we listen to.
SweepSouth has grown from offering domestic cleaners, to providing a plethora of different services.
The Mandalorian wages war on the green screen
Special effects recreate a whole galaxy in a studio not very far, far away.
The downside of WFH
Why working from home isn’t all we had hoped it would be, and women seem to be bearing the brunt of this ‘new normal’.