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S African automotive sector encouraged to embrace Fourth Industrial Revolution

By: Anine Kilian     20th June 2018 The automotive industry is undergoing tremendous transformation and change and there are various challenges that need to be addressed within South Africa’s automotive industry, African Innovators director Sherrie Donaldson said at the Manufacturing Indaba, in Sandton, on Wednesday. Speaking as... 

MTN Hosts First Ever Global Y’ello Career Day For Youth On The Future Of Work

18th June 2018 MTN will host a Global Y’ello Career Day across 21 of its operations on Thursday, 21 June 2018. This is a first in the company’s history. The Y’ello Career Day is part of the 21 Days of Y’ello Care programme, which kicked off on 1 June 2018 across MTN’s 24-country footprint.  Felleng Sekha, Group... 

Fourth Edition of Africa Code Week Kicks Off in Madagascar with a Goal to Empower 600,000 Youth in 2018

11th June 2018 With over 1.8 million lives impacted since 2015, Africa Code Week harnesses partnerships to build community capacity on digital education across an entire continent. The 2018 edition of Africa Code Week (ACW) officially kicked-off in Madagascar this week with its first-part series of... 

Synology creates network-attached storage, IP surveillance solutions, and network equipment that transform the way users manage data, conduct surveillance, and manage networks in the cloud era.

6th June 2018 Synology® today launches its Solution Exhibition located at the Xin-Yi Eslite store in Taipei during COMPUTEX 2018 (6/5-6/9), showcasing its first Mesh Wi-Fi router, MR2200ac, along with the updated Synology Router Manager (SRM) 1.2. Also unveiled at the exhibition are enterprise-level data... 

Summit discusses built environment trends, considerations for thriving Africa development

By: Marleny Arnoldi     31st May 2018 It has been a tumultuous period for the African continent, as since 2014 there have been many pressures affecting the macroeconomic environment – commodity prices took a significant knock, some economies dipped into a recession and the pressure was on from a number of credit ratings agencies.  

Kolosa Madikizela

11th May 2018 This week we profile Kolosa Madikizela, unit leader: built environment at professional consulting firm Aurecon   

Dean Naidoo

27th April 2018 This week we profile Dean Naidoo, people leader: Africa at professional consulting firm Aurecon Full Name: Dean Naidoo 

Adriana Marais

23rd March 2018 This week we profile Dr Adriana Marais, head of innovation at enterprise resource software and business solutions SAP Africa   

EU trade chief hopeful of exemption from Trump tariffs

By: Reuters     22nd March 2018 European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom expressed cautious optimism on Thursday that US President Donald Trump would exempt the European Union from import tariffs to be imposed on steel and aluminium. The United States is set to begin charging import duties of 25% on steel and 10% on... 

Lance Schultz

16th March 2018 This week we feature Lance Schultz, CEO of the Centurion Aviation Village, an aerospace and defence industrial park near Pretoria   

Surface-water monitoring tool to manage water availability

By: Donald Makhafola     2nd March 2018 Monitoring available water resources accurately and consistently is a key information requirement for successful water resource management, says geographical information services company GeoTerra Image (GTI) director Mark Thompson. "With the Western Cape feeling the pressure of the drought, we... 

Alten Hulme

16th February 2018 This week we feature Alten Hulme, chief sales and marketing officer of Konica Minolta South Africa, an office automation and business solutions company.   

Country-specific hazards emerge during self-driving car’s world tour

By: Irma Venter     16th February 2018 It may surprise the taxi haters, but South Africa is not the most challenging country to sit behind the wheel of a vehicle in self-driving mode. The winner is China, with its sometimes erratic cyclists, lack of lane markings and confusing traffic signals. Mercedes-Benz at the end of last year... 

Ramaphosanomics

By: Martin Zhuwakinyu     16th February 2018 It is said that many a truth is spoken in jest. I contend that restricting the adage to ‘spoken’ might well be dated. A few years ago, I co-authored a chapter in the book Zumanomics. With a change of guard at the Presidency anticipated, I consulted my favourite search engine for references to... 

Technology increases collaboration in supply chain

By: Donald Makhafola     2nd February 2018 Innovative industry players are removing intermediaries in the supply chain and threatening the market dominance of traditional logistics providers, says advisory firm PwC Africa transport and logistics leader Dr Andrew Shaw. “Digitisation creates a common platform with opportunities for... 

Autonomous driving in SA faces pedestrian, road sign challenges, finds Merc 

By: Irma Venter     15th January 2018 It may surprise the taxi haters, but South Africa is not the most challenging country to sit behind the wheel of a vehicle in self-driving mode. The winner is China, with its sometimes erratic cyclists, lack of lane markings and confusing traffic signals. Mercedes-Benz at the end of last year... 

Space mining is getting close to reality 

By: Rebecca Campbell     15th December 2017 Space mining – the mining of bodies and other worlds in outer space for minerals and other natural resources – remains within the realm of science fiction. For now. But, during the younger years of most of the world’s current senior mining executives, personal communication devices (cellphones)... 

Richard Nobbs

8th December 2017 This week we feature Richard Nobbs, sales and marketing director of ElectroMechanica, a specialised direct importer and wholesale distributor of industrial switchgear as well as products for automation and energy management   

1.3M young Africans learnt coding during Africa Code Week 2017

5th December 2017 Continent-wide skills development initiative on track to achieve target of 5 million youth trained well ahead of 2025 deadline   With an ambitious target of training half a million African youth between 18 and 25 October, Africa Code Week again this year exceeded all expectations by empowering... 

Nasa outlines the developments to watch in civil aeronautics

By: Keith Campbell     1st December 2017 The global aviation industry continues to be a rapidly growing sector, far from reaching maturity. This was stressed at the recent International Forum for Aviation Research (IFAR) open session at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) International Convention Centre (ICC), in... 

Nasa outlines the developments to watch in civil aeronautics

By: Keith Campbell     1st December 2017 The global aviation industry continues to be a rapidly growing sector, far from reaching maturity. This was stressed at the recent International Forum for Aviation Research (IFAR) open session at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) International Convention Centre (ICC) in... 

Evolution’s Klein expresses concern as young Australians shun mining as career option

By: Mariaan Webb     23rd November 2017 The mining industry has to pull together to make it an attractive career option for young people if the industry is to sustain itself, Evolution Mining chairperson Jake Klein said on Thursday, expressing concern about the low number of mining engineering enrolments and graduates at two Australian... 

McKinsey not sure who to refund for Eskom fiasco, partner tells parliamentary probe

By: African News Agency      15th November 2017 Global consultancy firm McKinsey stood ready to repay the money it earned from a flawed Eskom deal but did not know where to direct the R1-billion refund, senior partner Dave Fine told the parliamentary inquiry into allegations of state capture at the power utility. “McKinsey does not want... 

International distributor adds bearings to selection

10th November 2017 Last month, international components distributor RS Components, which acts as the trading brand for parts distributor Electrocomponents plc, announced that a significant expansion to its portfolio of available power transmission application had been completed. The company has added components... 

100 years from now

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     3rd November 2017 When the Trojans found a horse on the beach, I am quite sure that the first thing they thought was not: "How kind of those Greek lads", but rather: "Whatever are they up to?" We have similar horse. Ever friendly and kind Google lets us use Google Earth without charge. We even get a street view of... 

James Calmeyer

3rd November 2017 This week Engineering News profiles James Calmeyer, VP: Building for Southern Africa at Schneider Electric, a leader in the digital transformation of energy management and automation in homes, buildings, data centres, infrastructure and industries   

Global aviation industry faces Renaissance, creating openings for South Africa

By: Keith Campbell     27th October 2017 The global aviation industry continues to be a rapidly growing sector, far from reaching maturity. This was stressed at the recent International Forum for Aviation Research (IFAR) open session at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in Pretoria by US National Aeronautics and... 

Competition proves long term value of stainless steel

By: Robyn Wilkinson     27th October 2017 The winner of the Southern Africa Stainless Steel Development Association’s (Sassda’s) Eiffel Tower life-cycle costing competition was announced earlier this month, having proven the success of the association’s new cellphone application (app) and the long-term value of stainless steel as a... 

Neopatrimonialism is merely ‘a huge embarrassment’

By: Riaan de Lange     20th October 2017 The dramatic decline to which a select few ‘South Africans’ are subjecting so many of us no longer considered a ‘crisis’. In essence, neopatrimonialism is not considered a crisis’ – it is merely a huge embarrassment. As I account for the latest narration, attributable to a senior politician, my... 

Bitcoins – a quick way to lose it all

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     13th October 2017 We all know that there IS a thing called a bitcoin. All over the show, there are stories about bitcoin investors who are now millionaires. What is the truth? A little story: Tim and I were working at a mining camp in the Congo. The mining camp was dry; no alcohol permitted. We followed the rules... 

Giant miner vies with Google, GE, for hires amid automation push

By: Bloomberg     22nd September 2017 Rio Tinto, the world’s second-largest mining company, is focused as much on driver-less trucks and automated drills as conventional shovels and loaders these days. That means it needs a whole lot more high-tech workers. The London-based company is stepping up efforts to lure engineers and... 

Balan Govender

22nd September 2017 This week we feature Balan Govender, MD of Bosch Ulwazi, a skills development and mentoring company   

Daddy, you don’t know anything about car shopping

By: Irma Venter     22nd September 2017 The teenage daughter of Nissan Motor Corporation chief digital officer Madhu Nutakki last year shopped for a car, as California legislation allowed her to drive herself to school and back from the age of 15-and-a-half. Nutakki is based in Silicon Valley. 

Two years to convert post-Millennials to car ownership, warns Nissan

By: Irma Venter     11th September 2017 The teenage daughter of Nissan Motor Corporation chief digital officer Madhu Nutakki last year shopped for a car, as California legislation allowed her to drive herself to school and back from the age of 15-and-a-half. Nutakki is based in Silicon Valley. 

Companies urged to join the digital revolution

By: Kim Cloete     6th September 2017 Companies have been advised to join the digital revolution, as innovations and technology start to change the nature of jobs and work in the rail and other industries. Siemens Mining and Freight Solutions global head Thomas Bieg on Wednesday said there would be huge demand for people with skills... 

South Africa is at war with itself – but why?

By: Riaan de Lange     1st September 2017 Why, indeed? Why worry? My grandfather used to offer an answer that you might be quite familiar with: “If you worry, you die; if you don’t worry. you also die. So, why worry?” If I were asked this question before, I would most likely have offered a similar response to my grandfather's – if it... 

AECOM clinches top honour at 2017 Universum Awards

24th August 2017 AECOM Africa took home the ‘Most Attractive Key Occupation for Engineering Professionals: Building Architects’ at the Universum Awards held in Sandton, Johannesburg on 11 May 2017. The award was received by Senika Devesheel, AECOM’s HR Director for Africa, who says the latest accolade signifies... 

Business leaders facing the wave of digital transformation

By: Kim Cloete     17th August 2017 Business leaders are urgently trying to keep pace with the surging pace of digital transformation globally.   Frost & Sullivan senior partner Dorman Followwill told delegates at the Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) Africa 2017 summit, in Cape Town, on Thursday that the world was faced with... 

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