Local News

SA’s most complained-about bank

Posted by on Apr 19, 2017

The banking Ombudsman has released its annual report, revealing which South African bank drew the most customer complaints in 2016. According to the ombud there were a total of...

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Green News

SA’s R1 trillion nuclear plans kick off in June

Posted by on Apr 18, 2017

South Africa’s new nuclear programme will start in June, according to a report by the City Press.

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International News

Is Amazon under-valued?

Posted by on Apr 19, 2017

Amazon is one of the largest companies in the world, but its valuation leaves plenty of room for growth. The stock’s valuation multiples don’t do justice to the growth prospects of this e-commerce giant.

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Products

Paper is mightier than the microchip

Posted by on Apr 11, 2017

Screen culture is damaging creativity. Increasingly, I see young creatives reach for their laptops whenever they have a problem to solve. Hey, there are no new ideas on a screen....

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Recent Posts

Amazon Business launches in the UK

Amazon Business launches in the UK

Apr 4, 2017

Amazon Business has launched in the UK to tap into the £96-billion business-to-business marketplace.

Office National to host charity race

Office National to host charity race

Apr 4, 2017

The Office National X-treme Chair Race is here – a charity event to raise awareness around mobility devices and assist the QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA) in raising funds for wheelchairs and other devices.

Design thinking is key to digital transformation

Design thinking is key to digital transformation

Apr 4, 2017

The lifespans of companies are fast become shorter, and even historic precedent fails to contextualise what is happening today.

This is what R86-billion looks like

This is what R86-billion looks like

Apr 4, 2017

Zuma’s cabinet reshuffle wiped R86-billion off the books. This is what that money could have bought.

Britain leaves the EU

Britain leaves the EU

Mar 29, 2017

Prime Minister Theresa May has signed the Article 50 letter of notification that she will send to the European Union on Wednesday to formally get Brexit underway.

Zuma breaks the rand – again

Zuma breaks the rand – again

Mar 28, 2017

The rand was weaker on Tuesday afternoon as it emerged that President Jacob Zuma had told senior leaders of the South African Communist Party (SACP) that he planned to fire Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan.

New scam hits FNB customers

New scam hits FNB customers

Mar 28, 2017

FNB is warning customers about a new scam which involves them receiving an e-mail stating their online banking access will be disabled or deactivated.

Australian retailers unprepared for Amazon

Australian retailers unprepared for Amazon

Mar 28, 2017

Australian retailers are woefully unprepared for the imminent entry of US tech giant Amazon and many could go under if they don’t lift their game.