Penny for your sins
Forgive us our sins, in the past, present and future.
Next stop automation
Banning driverless trucks in the US was never going to fly.
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.
What's so cool about cold chain technology?
One academic’s long journey to forecasting Africa’s cold chain using data science and predictive modelling.
The cars of the future
BMW shows off it next-gen EVs, hydrogen, and cloud technology.
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 info regulator bares it's teeth
As the information watchdog starts dishing out PoPIA-related fines, we look into the process the regulator goes through before meting out punishment.
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 “howzit my startup” edition
Remote, refuel and re-imagine: three South African startups are redefining their markets with innovative solutions.
Workday: How effective is your HR
How effective is your HR department, and how does it manage the hybrid workforce?
Powering the digital world
Cadence Design Systems might sound like quite an innocuous graphic design company, but this multibillion-dollar player is indirectly involved in everything we do nowadays.
The end of end times
Work from home isn’t actually over. In fact, it may have only just begun.
ChatGPT ate my homework: AI’s Africa problem
The battle around what materials LLMs are trained on will likely be with us for some time.
Are these AIs already in you business?
The big jump in AI startups has created business tools that may already be at the office.
DevOps: not all doom and gloom
As the container evolution continues to gain traction worldwide, one company is helping businesses to adopt clusters without the complexity.
The CIO and Microsoft Power Platform
Are employees enjoying this suite of low-code apps, or are they tolerating them because their CIO said so?
Alibaba's silver lining
It’s taken a while, but Alibaba and BCX have teamed up to bring hyperscale services to South Africa.
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.
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.