If we ponder on the fact that incidences of prostate cancer are increasing at around 3% per year in South Africa, with more than 4000 men diagnosed each year, it is clear why South African men need to start considering their health.
The pace of innovation is rapidly increasing and 2018 is no stranger to game changing technology developments, so what wearable tech is changing the game in public safety?
Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October in South Africa reflects a powerful drive across both public and private healthcare sectors to raise awareness and keep fighting this devastating disease.
In a first for conferencing at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, the centre hosted “Miss Pepper”, a humanoid robot capable of detecting human emotions during the BIOMIN World Nutrition Forum 2018.
The AI Summit launches at AfricaCom 2018 in Cape Town this November and is set to be as informative and well subscribed as its international counterparts.
The impact of Africa’s current economic status and future growth potential on infrastructure development will be deliberated during the 7th annual Infrastructure Africa Business Forum (IABF) at the Sandton Convention Centre on the 9th and 10th October.
Attractive incentives and good infrastructure make for a compelling investment proposition.
This year, the Durban ICC commemorated Nelson Mandela Day by hosting the Durban leg of the national food drive in collaboration with FoodForward SA and Pick n Pay.
Tshwane lies in the northern quadrant of Gauteng and is centrally positioned on two major arteries of the Southern African region. Herewith 15 projects in this prime business region.
The Coega Special Economic Zone (SEZ), located in the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, has been selected as one of seven examples of success out of thousands of SEZs around the world.