Home affairs has published amendments to legislation regarding critical skills, with plans to issue digital nomad visas.
Namibia has become the latest of four African countries to offer digital nomad visas to remote workers.
Corporate South Africa needs to take a look not only at its hiring policies, but at the entire approach to the skills problem.
Being able to iterate, learn, measure and react quickly to users’ needs is critical to success. Too few are getting it right.
For almost 20 years, the South African banking industry has tried to achieve digitisation and innovation but has largely failed to capitalise on earlier opportunities.
Rather look for ways to use local resources and experience to create innovative solutions to better meet customer demands, writes Richard Firth.
It’s been a year since one of the biggest corporate shifts in recent history – the mass move to work-from-home strategies by companies all over the world as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. By Richard Firth.
The basic education sector in South Africa needs to increase the number of institutions that focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (the so-called Stem subjects). It is crucial for the country to
In the 1960s, computer programming was still viewed as a lucrative career choice for many young women. Cosmopolitan magazine at the time even ran an article entitled “The Computer Girls”, which depicted the field as a better opportunity for women than many other industries. The job was seen as
Imagine being able to direct people to your home, your office, your current location or anywhere else on the planet with a single word rather than a lengthy address or set of GPS coordinates. A three-year-old South African company called Waytag is doing just that. Perhaps the easiest