Kenya’s leading private school group acquired by ADvTECH

JSE-listed ADvTECH (Pty) Ltd has announced its acquisition of the leading private school group in Kenya, the Makini group of schools. Africa’s largest private education provider, JSE-listed ADvTECH Ltd, continues […]

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Patrons get ‘real satisfaction’ with Surveway’s feedback action!

In our highly competitive hospitality industry, there’s no two ways about it: a happy customer is a repeat customer. While many hotel managers and restaurateurs might comfort themselves with the […]

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Newly opened centre to advance safety in SA healthcare

A new collaboration, located within the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) Clinical Skills Centre, will help foster safer practices in healthcare through an educational focus on patient and healthcare worker […]

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“Solar’s time has come – and not a moment too soon!”

Reports of a shortage of coal supply at six of Eskom’s power stations have sparked concern that loadshedding could once again become a reality in South Africa. It’s a stark […]

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Sophisticated tax app becomes available in South Africa

An advanced tax app named hApp-e-tax has launched, offering everything accountants, auditors, tax practitioners, lawyers, those in business and students need to know about South African income tax legislation. hApp-e-tax […]

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Early diagnosis and treatment vital to prevent spread of TB

Tuberculosis (TB) is the number one cause of death amongst infectious diseases in South Africa. While the incidence of drug-susceptible (DS-TB), which is treated with the antibiotics Rifampicin and Isoniazid, […]

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Archiving-as-a-Service: From dial-up to free up

From finding space to setting it free, archiving has come a long way since the day of the dial-up modem, writes Danie Marais (above), Director of Product Management at Redstor. […]

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Companies losing up to 20% of SDL levies by not claiming back from SARS

South African employers have until 30 April to submit their Workplace Skills Plan (WSP) and Annual Training Report (ATR) to their respective Skills Education Training Authority (SETA). HR and HCM […]

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Better and safer data flows to ensure safer air traffic control

NewPENS, a new ultra-resilient network, will enhance the reliability and security of aviation data flows — with users only paying for the service levels they sign up for. Following a […]

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Greeff Properties links to international real estate agency with rebrand

Greeff Properties recently announced its rebranding with Christie’s International Real Estate. Greeff’s portfolio includes 22 development projects currently on the market, ranging in prices from R 995,000 to R 17.5 […]

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Boeing Delivers First 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter

Launch customer GE Capital Aviation Services takes delivery of first-in-service 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF). Boeing [NYSE: BA] has announced the delivery of the first 737-800 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF). […]

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Regtech the key to growing businesses through regulatory innovation

Regtech, the new fintech, is being driven by complex financial regulations. “There are three elements driving interest in regulatory technology (regtech) in South Africa and abroad,” explains Dominique Collett (above), […]

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Decision Inc. migrates Khumani to SharePoint

Complete migration to Microsoft SharePoint enables Khumani Iron Ore Mine to significantly streamline processes and improve efficiencies. Khumani Iron Ore Mine has appointed Decision Inc. to assist it with implementing […]

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Importers need to look beyond the VAT hike

Given the challenging economic environment, many have dreaded the recent one percentage point increase of VAT in South Africa. While this will have a significant impact on already under pressure […]

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