Category archives for: Software

Expert forecasts collapse of South Africa’s energy grid

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by STAFF REPORTER CAPE TOWN, (CAJ News) – WHILE the beleaguered South African power utility, Eskom, projects playing a bigger role in the continent, an energy expert has painted a dire picture for the company and the possible collapse of the country’s energy grid. Eskom featured prominently in a roadmap for South Africa’s energy future […]

Tech-savvy firms thrive in booming SA construction sector

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by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – SOUTH Africa’s construction firms are leveraging technology to boost competitiveness in a sector enjoying vast opportunities with the government’s increasing investment in the supply and rejuvenation of basic infrastructure. Some of the commitment by governments include the signing of 27 renewable energy projects, which are expected to create […]

The COO Dilemma: Making the visionary visible

MEHMOOD KHAN Chief Operating Officer at SAP Africa

by MEHMOOD KHAN THE term ‘exponential organisation’ was first introduced in a 2014 book by the Singularity University founding director Salim Ismail and co-authors Michael Malone and Yuri van Geest. An exponential organisation is one governed by an assumption of abundance, where the typical constraints of linear organisations – for example, building more offices in […]

Lesotho adopts technology to address HIV scourge

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from TSOANELO MOKHAHLANE in Maseru, Lesotho MASERU, (CAJ News) – LESOTHO is making the most of technology to curb the prevalence of HIV/AIDS, which kills thousands per year. More than 300 000 locals are living with the infection. Some 10 000 people succumb to the condition annually. The government this week launched a new innovative […]

Improving Healthcare Outcomes with Artificial Intelligence

Jennifer Esposito

by JENNIFER ESPOSITO  PREDICTIVE analytics can save lives. Healthcare has always come with the fine balance of prioritising care and allocating scarce resources. Providers are faced with tough decisions about how long doctors or nurses see patients, who occupies their limited number of hospital beds, or how to distribute precious resources like donated organs. If […]

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