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Monthly Archives: October 2016

MTN names Ralph Mupita as new group CFO

Ralph is currently Chief Executive of Old Mutual Emerging Markets and has extensive experience in the financial services sector, having had a distinguished career at Old Mutual over the last 16 years

A Car For The Distinguished Entrepreneur, Young Executive: BMW X5 xDrive40e

This is the BMW X5 xDrive40e. The official name of the plug-in hybrid X5 is xDrive40e. The xDrive refers to its all-wheel drive, while the 40e is just a marketing term.

There’s a smarter way to turn your Big Data ambitions into action 

Many executives are realising that now is the time to start defining their analytics strategies, and start building the tools that enable their organisations to make sense of the masses of data streaming in.

Deep underground, smartphones can save miners’ lives

Mine communications are complex, slow and unreliable. The solution to keeping miners safe, and rescuing them when disaster strikes, might just be in their hands already

MTN SA CEO scoops Businessman of the Year award

Mteto was recognized for the sterling role he has played in stabilising MTN SA since he was appointed to the helm of the operation and for the role he played in managing the operation despite a challenging operating environment.

SKA area first to enter digital broadcasting space

The analogue switch off is the process in which analogue television broadcasting is converted to and replaced by digital television.

Tshwane’s Free Wi-Fi is the ‘most affordable’ in the world

At a prestigious ceremony in London on Wednesday night, TshWi-Fi was presented with the global award for bringing data to the people of Tshwane.

Turning diamonds’ defects into long-term 3-D data storage

With current modes up against their limits, we need new data storage solutions. Tiny defects in diamonds' atomic structure might turn them into a new medium for memory.

This is the new Mercedes-AMG E 63 with its innovative technologies

Mercedes-AMG is redefining the performance saloon. The brand is turning the most intelligent executive saloon into the most powerful E-Class of all time in the...

Google trains 500 000 Africans in digital skills

The Internet continues to be a key engine of growth for business in Africa and globally, with estimates putting its total GDP contribution in Africa at $300 billion within the coming decade.
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