Newsflashes

20 September, 2019
It is estimated that more than 120 million workers globally will need retraining in the next three years due to artificial intelligence’s impact on jobs, according to an IBM survey. One of the greatest threats to corporations is the shortage of talent and skills relevant for the Digital Age.
20 September, 2019
The dawn of the Fourth Industrial Revolution is bound to transform the world of work. This trend is already affecting all aspects of business and companies must plan for the impact it is having and will continue to have on operations.
13 September, 2019
In the last few months, the NGO Pulse has been publishing current important things happening in South Africa. Once again, we are happy to present the following as what is happening in and affecting South Africa today:
13 September, 2019
The State Information Technology Agency (SITA) is under fire with claims of irregular appointment of consultants and rampant corruption by executive managers that have rocked the agency. The agency plays a central role in assisting national, provincial government departments and state-owned entit
13 September, 2019
Credibility of the South African media has been marred by controversies over the past years.
13 September, 2019
The women’s month has, over the years, increased national awareness regarding issues affecting women in South Africa and around the world. This is thanks to the government of South Africa for ensuring the promotion of this awareness alongside policies to ensure the emancipation of women in this c
13 September, 2019
The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is already impacting global economies as well as lifestyles. Increased digitization and the growing interconnectedness of people, organizations, and machines is already having a profound impact on the world's economies says Mohammed Amin, Senior Vice Preside
6 September, 2019
Mr Ace Magashule, the secretary general of the African National Congress denies the existence of xenophobia, and that it is driving the recent unrest in major cities of South Africa. Instead, Mr Magashule, is saying that it is just criminality that has taken over.  
6 September, 2019
An opinion by a reporter of Newsport Nigeria reveals another side of the characteristics of Nigerians who are in South Africa.  This opinion is drawn from the recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians by South Africans.  While condemning the violence meted on Nigerians living in South Africa, he rev
6 September, 2019
The current uprisings coupled with xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals and their businesses has resulted in some African countries retaliating.  MTN and MultiChoice are two businesses who have had to shut down shops in Nageria and Zambia.  MTN says it stands against any form of xenophobia and
6 September, 2019
Just as we have exited the Women’s month, we are faced with numerous femicide cases. One such horrific case is the murder of University of Cape Town student Uyinene Mrwetyana.
30 August, 2019
The whole country was shocked at the news of Gavin Watson dying in a car crash this week.
30 August, 2019
Uganda and Rwanda had been engaged in a cyber battle in which each country blocked the other’s news websites.  Apparently, this diplomatic row has now been resolved.  Diplomatic representatives from both countries say they have agreed to unblock Internet access to each others news websites follow
30 August, 2019
Business opportunities have been created due to the rise and growth of e-commerce in the world and primarily in Africa.  This is attributed to the increased Internet connectivity reaching even the previously inaccessible remote villages across Africa and connecting them with and enabling e-commer
30 August, 2019
On Tuesday 27th August, Finance minister Tito Mboweni published a paper titled: Economic transformation, inclusive growth and competitiveness: Towards an economic strategy for South Africa.  This paper considers the contribution of specific growth reforms that can achieve the stated ou

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