The pivotal aspect in dealing with the long-lasting and life-altering changes that will be ushered in by the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is how we prepare for them as a country. I wrote last week that if we are to seamlessly merge with a tech-dominated world, the wait-and-see approach will be fatal to South Africa’s development. Read the column here.
The Public Servants Collective Bargaining Council (PSCBC) has released their latest salary scales that shows the salaries of their members who work in the health, engineering and other associated fields in South Africa for 2018.
Real Telematics (RTS) thrives within the Material Handling industry. Although RTS has a bouquet of other Telematics offerings not related to Fleet Management, they find their FMX Forklift Management System is increasingly in demand. They have grown from just 1 OES customer in 2010 to 7 regular OES customers today, with another 3 as ad hoc customers. RTS also has agents in various territories around the world, 20 to 30 smaller local dealers and many direct customers in their fold, representing thousands of forklifts across the country and internationally, all fitted with FMX.