I came across these two fascinating Articles on how we should (and shouldn’t) write about tech in Africa. The gist of the two articles are:…
Added by Silicon Cape Initiative on August 18, 2016 at 11:21 — No Comments
Forklifts are one of the most basic industrial applications, especially where building projects are concerned. These are mainly trucks which are used to lift and carry things over short distances. Developed in the early twentieth century as an armour-transferring machine, its use widened in scope post the Second World War. Presently, it is an indispensable part of the manufacturing and warehousing industry. The chief components of this curious machine are as follows: Frame, mast, axles,…Continue
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Mandisa Tshikwatamba, the new Small Enterprise Development Agency (Seda) head, plans to strengthen the agency’s often poorly equipped business advisors – but will it be enough? The agency helps a mere 10,000 business owners a year.…Continue
Added by Stephen Timm on August 18, 2016 at 8:14 — No Comments
Everything is becoming digital. Whether it’s important data or how we use our cars, increasingly we’re recognising what it means to work with data. These days we send emails, not posts, and we take pictures with our phones, not bulky cameras. Another area that’s become more digital is security – and that’s precisely what should happen.
Like so much of today’s tools, when we compare what we…Continue
Added by Terrence Stoker on August 17, 2016 at 17:58 — No Comments
Social media marketing is the next big thing for most digital marketing experts. It has become one of the most essential parts of one’s marketing strategy these days. People and businesses from all over the world are now discovering the numerous ways in which social media marketing can benefit them and contribute to the growth and success of their businesses. Social media marketing not only helps in…Continue
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Every year, Finland consistently ranks at the top in the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment. Unlike other high performing countries, which take a more traditional approach to education and are extremely test-driven, Finland has succeeded using some very unusual…Continue
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The regular person doesn't have the desire to sign in to the wireless router every single day. Probably the two most usual are firmware update versions and essential wireless networking adjustments. However, this is simple.
Before we begin it's best if you learn more about IPs since you will…Continue
Added by Marks Nilson on August 17, 2016 at 0:25 — No Comments
The global buzz unleashed by the release of the Pokémon Go game for smartphones in 2016 exemplifies how augmented reality technology is growing. Educational institutions and app developers are already finding ways to incorporate the exciting, perception-bending capabilities of augmented reality design into lesson and textbook design.…Continue
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One of South Africa’s largest Forex intermediaries ForexPeople, has introduced ClickFX to offer South Africans a simple and cost effective way to transfer Forex online.
Over the last decade the personal foreign exchange allowance has increased from a once-off R350 000 to an annual amount of R10 million. As a result, more and more people are looking at how they can transfer funds offshore to mitigate the continued fluctuation of the Rand. Currently, South Africans generally still…Continue
Added by Alexis Hall on August 16, 2016 at 14:51 — No Comments
During August every year, South Africa celebrates a very special group of people: the women who build this country day in day out in a variety of different and valuable ways.
At Silicon Cape, it is our privilege this month to throw the spotlight on nine talented and dynamic women, specifically invited to help us showcase just some of the ways you can be a woman in technology in 2016.
During the month of July, these nine ladies gathered at the…Continue
Added by Silicon Cape Women on August 16, 2016 at 12:36 — No Comments
The biggest difference between traditional businesses and startups is the idea of rapid growth. As BPlans notes:
“Startups are different from traditional businesses primarily because they are designed to grow fast. By design, this means that they have something they can sell to a very large market. For most businesses,…
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Road infrastructure in Africa is essential to all industries in the region. We can’t underestimate the importance of having working roads. Unfortunately, Africa suffers enormously throughout the continent from terrible road conditions. This is part of a genuine issue of lacking infrastructure. There are however steps various countries can take to try fix this.
The most popular industry for…Continue
Added by Terrence Stoker on August 15, 2016 at 14:30 — No Comments
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The popularity of mobile banks these days is growing every day. Cell phones and other mobile devices have become an inclusive element of our way of life and we have to admit that we have become entirely influenced by them that makes us desire them desperately to keep going as lengthy as possible. And that’s exactly where the power banks became essential. Power banks are actually mobile power source which can be comfortably held in a pocket or bag and offers smartphone and tablet computer…Continue
Added by Marks Nilson on August 14, 2016 at 23:03 — No Comments
Entrepreneurship and social entrepreneurship are key to unlocking growth and employment opportunities in our country. Through the 2016 Pathways to Funding Do-ference’s, entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs alike, will learn how to raise funding directly from investors and peers who have walked the journey.
Building on the success of 2015 event, the Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship (a specialised unit…Continue
Added by Nwabisa on August 12, 2016 at 15:34 — No Comments
Every day, no matter who we are, we worry about managing our payments. In order to survive in today’s world, most of us have debts just to make ends meet. Few of us can afford to pay for a car or home out of pocket. Instead we have to take loans and mortgages in order to acquire these important items for life.
We all know it’s difficult, but we can make it part of our life. After all, driving was hard for everyone when they first started – but…Continue
Added by Silicon Cape Initiative on August 12, 2016 at 11:39 — No Comments
Many people consider offshore investments to be worthy of scrutiny. Too often, the idea of “offshore” funds indicates shady dealings. But this is false: It paints an entirely legitimate form of business and investment with a poisonous brush. To view offshore investment as inherently bad is like saying all brokers are involved in Ponzi…Continue
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