At the beginning of the year, MultiChoice South Africa announced the appointment of Collen Dlamini as their new Executive Head of Corporate Affairs. We sat down for an interview with Collen to discuss his appointment and MultiChoice SA’s ESD programmes.
“It’s adapt or die for education as technology forges ahead” – Dr Ahmed Shaikh, MD of REGENT Business School
Higher education institutions have long been considered to be the repositories of knowledge and learning and the structures through which knowledge is produced and disseminated. Today, higher education institutions appear to be susceptible to technology disruption as much as other information-centric industries.
The different ways of using collective investing in real estate in South Africa: Scott Picken discusses crowdfunding vs. stokvels
Investors currently have two main options to pool funds together with people or businesses to invest in real estate. Whether it’s a stokvel or crowdfunding, this is based on a principle that uses the collective buying power of a group to ensure that each participating individual can attain ownership of a property.
The passing of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) aims to secure and protect consumers’ and companies’ personal information. In adhering to POPIA, businesses should consider several factors to avoid being in violation of the provisions of POPIA.
With the global pandemic reaching a third wave, South African businesses and recruitment agencies are forced to once again pivot, adjusting practices and outlooks to meet pending changes, and a growing need for constant technological innovation, required to keep the workforce going strong.
Savvy customers want personalised experiences, but not at the expense of their privacy. AI can help companies strike the right balance between these two conflicting demands. Yaron Assabi, CEO of DigitalMall.com, discusses the privacy versus personalisation dilemma.