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Concern over COVID-19 third wave

While the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines continues across the world bringing new hope, the tourism sector will still have to operate alongside the virus with the threat of a third wave...

Public servants need lessons in basic economics

The continuing insistence of public service unions on a 7% pay increase, 4% above inflation, for their members, has people in the private sector shaking their heads in disbelief. Most private-sector employees...

2021 Investor of the Year Awards open for entries

The SA Property Investors Network (SAPIN) is inviting all South Africans over 18 who have invested in property between November 2019 and August 2021 to enter the annual Investor of the...

How will 5G impact automotive IoT and its security?

The internet of things (IoT) has taken the world by storm, from smart toasters to pet feeders, it seems that each of our everyday appliances is getting upgraded with an embedded...

Re-naming towns and cities is not a new thing in Africa

No, a Gqeberha is not a citizen of a province in Canada. Gqeberha is the new name for Port Elizabeth, or Ibayi in the vernacular which means “The Bay”. Port Elizabeth had to be changed because it was...

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Cape Town/Stockholm Connect launches

The Silicon Cape Initiative, in partnership with Wesgro, the City of Cape Town, Invest Cape Town, The Loudhailer, Business Sweden and the Embassy of...

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