In this week’s Business Unusual Podcast, Karla Fletcher, Head of Marketing at Topco Media, chats with Hajer on how she began her peacebuilding journey and what inspired her to take this path.
‘If it’s not online, it’s non-existent’ – Tim Hogins, serial entrepreneur behind Blacqmarket Platform
Founded by Tim Hogins, Blacqmarket is one of the most secure Ecommerce blockchain-enabled platforms, making all transactions safe and secure. The platform offers low merchant fees so that shop owners retain more, as well as free logistics for parcels that are 5kg and less.
The expansion of IT fields in the digitised Fourth Industrial Revolution to include the Internet of Things, cloud computing and other developments exposed most businesses to advanced cybercrime attacks.
Companies may have pivoted and adapted at speed, but they still need to realign company culture, people, and models. This is the time not to rest on the proverbial laurels of the past, but to optimise them, using The Cloud.
For Ian Fuhr, culture always comes first; without it a business cannot thrive. Today, he is a respected serial entrepreneur with seasoned experience in leadership and creating exemplary business cultures.
Dr. Mofokeng continues to advocate for support mechanisms and training opportunities for healthcare professionals. Aside from her medical profession and advocacy, she is a columnist for the Sunday Times Newspaper, and a medical contributor at Kaya FM.
South Africa’s healthcare workers, along with other essential frontline workers, face the highest risk for infection from the Coronavirus. However, these workers have continued to hold the line in the county’s fight against the pandemic.
Digital transformation has become a necessity for almost all sectors, and government services are no exception. Although the pandemic has highlighted the need for more remote access to various public sector services, the government has been developing its digital platforms for the last five years.
Africa Tech Week Day 1 took off on Wednesday 5 May, to all-new heights. We had a galaxy of out-of-this-world speakers, including Google’s Marian Croak, and Lindiwe Matali, CEO of Africa Teen Geeks.