EV revolution makes no sense without solar

The clock is ticking for the internal combustion engine (ICE), with more than 100 countries and other entities at the recent COP26 climate summit committing to phasing it out by 2035. By Christiaan Hattingh, MD of AWPower Yet South Africa risks missing this wave of...

IT security professionals vital in fast-changing environment

The role of information security professionals has become a critical one as the world enters the second phase of the internet revolution, in which computers run everything and everything is connected. Mikko Hypp√∂nen, chief research officer at F-Secure, says: “We...

The future of SA utility management into 2022 and beyond

Now, more than ever, attention in South Africa has shifted to how best generate electricity at affordable rates and how to optimise utility management during these uncertain times. By Hennie Moodie, new business lead at Remote Metering Solutions The National Energy...

Things to consider when it comes to home security cameras

South Africa’s most recent crime stats from the South African Police Service show that robberies at residences increased by 7,6% in Q1 of this year, compared to the same period in 2020. It was the crime with the fifth highest increase from January to March....

How your generator could affect your insurance

Load shedding is back, and here to stay for a while – but don’t go rushing off to buy your own alternative power supply without first checking how it’ll affect your home insurance. That’s the warning from King Price’s partner of client...

Digital gateways the new normal for SA travellers

The recent move to Level 1 lockdown and the announcement around South Africa’s (SA) removal from the United Kingdom’s ‘red list’ is very likely to have spurred a surge in online travel bookings, writes Benjamin Boesch, chief digital officer of...