Tech advances could help to break the silence of GBV

President Cyril Ramaphosa in his State of the Nation Address earlier this month said it was important for law enforcement agencies to reduce the backlog of gender-based violence (GBV) cases in the country. This comes after he named GBV the second pandemic in our...

Before you cancel your insurance, consider this

As the Covid-19 lockdown nears the one-year mark, consumers are feeling an increased financial bite, especially as so many South Africans are working from home. In numerous cases all family members are home-based and having to update connectivity, install technology...

Covid could revolutionise eco-friendly business travel

Sustainable business travel programmes are set to boom post COVID-19 as travel managers rally behind new opportunities to fast-track their climate compliance. Bonnie Smith, GM at FCM, comments: “While traveller safety will of course be a key component of any of...

How to achieve a happier (and safer) internet

Fake news, hate speech, phishing, fraud and hacking – the internet isn’t safe, but it can be manageable, writes Stephen Osler, co-founder and business development director at Nclose. Safer Internet Day (SID) was launched in 2004 as part of the EU...

Smart security, storage and consumer perceptions under the spotlight

Smart devices are increasingly a part of everyday life both inside and outside of the home and this only accelerated further in 2020. By Davide Villa, business development director for EMEAI at Western Digital Outside of the home, security cameras and other smart...

How we’ll plan our travel differently now

Even as the Covid-19 pandemic has continued to pause travel around the world, it has not stopped people from dreaming about where they want to take their next, somewhat off-schedule, vacation. By Jiten Vyas, regional group chief operating officer: Australasia, China,...