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Derek Davey

SAIGA announces eight new Council members

The newly elected members have years of experience to help address issues of accountability and ethics in the public sector

Crypto and blockchain: it’s time to put the phenomenon vs fad debate to bed

There will be winners and losers in the new currencies, and it’s going to be fascinating to see how this journey unfolds over the coming decade

Southern Africa Trade And Investment Hub Scope Of Work Deputy Director: Contracts, Procurement, And Grants

The position requires substantial work experience in the field of procurement, grants, and contracting

Machine learning: A lifeline for big water users

Industry is rapidly realising that digitisation offers genuine opportunities to boost water efficiency, reduce wastage and contamination, and increase profits

Huawei Tech Summit 2021: Making technology the new driving force for the post-pandemic era

It is important for business leaders to stay one step ahead and understand the challenges their organisations face or will be facing in the near future

Exciting career opportunities at IPPF

The International Planned Parenthood Federation has 10 vacancies available at its Africa Regional office situated in Nairobi

Transport Month

An infrastructure-led recovery will help to stimulate demand in the South African economy, which is vital post the Covid-19 pandemic

Office space to rent in Pretoria

There is office space to rent in Pretoria from the Housing Company Tshwane and your tenders must be submitted by October 26

UNISA hosts its first TEDx event

The Elephant in the Room Tedx event at UNISA will help to create meaningful change in South Africa through the power of ideas

Violence, diversity and the commemorative impulse

At NWU there was consultation regarding the replacement of old statues and the erection of new monuments aligned to the university's inclusive aspirations

The ‘acceptable’ theft

So many of us point fingers at the rampant corruption in the public sector, but don’t think about ourselves and the wrongs we’ve normalised through policy

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