A buzz about conservation
Dr. Williams Fowlds, renowned wildlife vet and conservationist, speaks to African Independent about the use of drones in conservation, and on improving a holistic response to the crisis facing endangered species.
Tech and data required for success of SA's National Health Insurance Bill
From a digital perspective, there could be a few obstacles in the way of the successful implementation of a national health insurance plan.
MFS Africa and WorldRemit partner to expand mobile-to-mobile remittances in Africa
Telcos will need to diversify to transform their business
Africa’s tech disruptors
Christophe Viarnaud, Founder of AfricArena and CEO of the International Digital Firm Methys shares his insight into the platform disrupting the continent’s tech space.
Smart Agriculture-as-a-service – Securing Tomorrow’s Food Supplies
4Qs with BoostMe360
Currently disrupting the job recruitment space is BoostMe360. By streamlining employee-employer relations digitally, the site offers users an opportunity to navigate the job application process way more efficiently.
Transforming resourceful mining
South Africa's mining and natural resources sector is critical to transformation, growth and development in in the country, says Warren Beech, Head of Mining at Hogan Lovells.
How Automation is Driving Change
Automation is increasingly being adopted, or considered for adoption, by most industries and disciplines thanks to tangible business benefits.
Kick HR Up a Notch with Automated Job Placements
When prospects for company growth call for fast turnarounds, smart solutions or just more hands on deck, finding the right people to assemble temporary workforces is often a must for any business owner.
Transforming the African agribusiness sector
According to experts, the African population is expected to double by 2050, which means food demand on the continent is expected to at least double by then too. Beyond feeding the population, the social and economic benefits induced by the increase in production and productivity in Africa are clear.