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Digitalisation major topic at railways expo and conference

2nd February 2018 In line with trends such as the Internet of Things (IoT), big data and analytics and machine learning, digitalisation will play a major role in this year’s Africa Rail agenda. The conference will look at the innovative technologies and systems that are transforming the African industry and... 

State-owned rail entity showcases products and initiatives

27th July 2017 From Creamer Media in Johannesburg, this is the Real Economy Report. Sashnee Moodley: Transnet showcased their diesel-powered TransAfrica locomotive, as well as a range of other products and initiatives, at an investor’s event held in June, at their production facility in Pretoria. Simone Liedtke... 

Mobile solution launched to great effect

21st July 2017 Specialist business and project management consultancy SSG Consulting has introduced its newly developed mobile application (app) for its KEY360 management software. The app was showcased at the Mobile App Launch breakfast in May at the Johannesburg Country Club. 

Digitisation of project management imperative for project success

17th February 2017 Business management consultant SSG Consulting will continue to focus on project management and execution as its core business this year, with the intent of increasing its drive to further improve operational throughput of organisations and projects by 30% to 50%, despite the challenges facing the... 
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DBSA issues statement on departure of Breytenbach as IPP Office head

Below is the full statement, released by the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA), following news that Karen Breytenbach had been asked to leave her post as head of the Independent Power Producers Office. 

Global growth to remain subdued, says IMF

While global economic growth is expected to remain subdued, at 3.2%, this year, the International Monetary Fund’s latest edition of the ‘World Economic Outlook (WEO)’ points to anticipated growth of 3.4% for sub-Saharan Africa. With global growth expected to pick up to 3.5% in 2020, sub-Saharan... 
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