While digital transformation has emerged as a top priority for most organizations, there are concerns that it is being oversimplified and that companies are focusing only on the front-end or user experience. According to George Kalebaila, research director at International Data Corporation , many organizations don't even realize they're in a blind spot and they don't see the immediate need to embark on digital transformation because they haven't seen how their businesses might be impacted.
From high school, he has always achieved well academically and in his work and research, he tried to come up with new and innovative ways to improve society. This led him to develop a new artificial intelligence machine that could change the way we treat diseases.
Facebook is the most popular social media network in Africa with millions joining in recent years. But is the Cambridge Analytica data scandal deterring Africans from using the social media giant? For Facebook, Africa has long been a continent of opportunities.
London-based serial entrepreneur, start-up aficionado, big creative thinker and philanthropist, Ronald Ndoro and Rahim Rawjee, the man behind the Row-G brand and Mercedes Benz Fashion Week judge, will together bring a unique African vision to life when opening the QSL Members Club in Johannesburg later this year. Ndoro created Apartment 58 – a unique private members club for London's elite that quickly became the meeting space for captains of industry, top businessmen, celebrities and creative influencers – and Library , situated in the heart of London's Covent Garden – one of the UK's most coveted private members institutions.
OFM, the sound of your life in central South Africa, has received an unbelievable 11 nominations in the prestigious Liberty Radio Awards. The nominations were announced on 19 March 2018.
JOHANNESBURG: South Africa's anti-corruption agency is investigating a 671 million rand government contract with German software firm SAP , which has admitted misconduct in separate deals involving friends of ousted president Jacob Zuma. The Public Protector, an independent watchdog mandated by the constitution, said it had received an anonymous letter alleging due process was not followed in the award of a contract to SAP in 2016 to provide IT and support services to the Department of Water and Sanitation .
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