The AI moment Preparing for the revolution
Artificial intelligence, AI, is the next big technology to have entered mainstream consciousness. From eerie androids such as Sophia to the silent efficiency of automated delivery
24 Apr 2018
KENYAN ELECTIONS Days draw nearer as we await the much-anticipated Kenyan elections
On the 8th of August 2017 the Kenyan public will be sitting for its election on the positions of President, Women’s Representative, Senator, Member of Parliament, Governor
21 Jul 2017 - A. M.
MEDIA RELEASE Award winning Sasria SOC Limited
It has been an eventfull year for the state-owned company, Sasria SOC Limited (Sasria). The rise in number of claims and increase in severity for the 2016/2017 financial year
08 Dec 2016
Child protection Kids' right need to be protected
Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan once spoke about the importance of creating safe environments for children, saying: "There is no trust more sacred than the one the world
03 Jun 2016 - M. o. S. D. B. D.
FUTURE Sustainable urban planning
Our cities are valuable economic and cultural convergence points that drive growth and development. Appropriate, sustainable urban planning is vital to ensure that optimal use is made of the many opportunities.
23 Jan 2014
SMART CITIES Tshwane networks
A memorandum of understanding was recently signed between the City of Tshwane and the South African Cities Network to formalise the process of achieving the city’s 2055 vision of becoming a smart city.
23 Jan 2014
E-SOLUTIONS Free online services for Tshwane
Waiting in long queues, finding parking or worrying about office hours to pay for municipal bills will soon be a thing of the past in Tshwane.
26 Nov 2013
Road safety Cape Town's pedestrian safety campaign takes off
The ‘Look right, look left, and look right again’ message is part the Mother City's broader campaign on pedestrian safety for Transport Month.
18 Oct 2013
Tshwane to appeal street names change battle with AfriForum AfriForum battle continues
The Mayoral Committee of the City of Tshwane welcomed the decision of the Supreme Court of Appeal to grant it leave to appeal the street name decisions handed down earlier this year.
02 Oct 2013
Calling entries for Innovation Prize for Africa Nearly R1,5 million up for grabs
Africa has recently seen some of the fastest economic growth rates, with an average 6% economic increase and a combined GDP will hit $2.6-trillion by 2020. But can innovation in Africa sustain this growth?
28 Aug 2013
No need to wait for the next World Cup Now’s the time to act
South Africa has taken a beating in the world press lately, and national morale is at a low. But should we wait for another world cup to buoy it up or is it time to create indigenous rituals of solidarity?
19 Aug 2013
Moving towards a globally integrated and productivity driven future Innovative strategies for African development
What has the role of the public sector been in driving exceptional growth, and are recent developments sustainable in light of government action in Algeria, Nigeria, Ethiopia, South Africa and Mauritius?
12 Aug 2013

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