By Sivi Moodley: CEO Macrocomm Group While fleet transport remains critical for keeping the wheels of our economic recovery turning, we also have to continuously look at innovative ways to improve the efficiency and overall cost to society and sustainability impact that this has on both a national and global level. In a recent study
About NPDThis author has not yet filled in any details.
So far NPD has created 23 blog entries.
By Sivi Moodley: CEO Macrocomm Group “If we are to really make an impact in achieving broad based digital inclusion and participation in the digital economy then we must continue to place a high level of actionable focus on developing and nurturing digital literacy and skills from an early age” says Sivi Moodley, CEO of
Sivi Moodley “Smart technologies will play a significant role in complementing South Africa’s infrastructure based economic recovery plan,” says Sivi Moodle, CEO of Macrocomm, in the run up to the Sustainable Infrastructure Development Symposium 2021. South Africa’s recently announced National Infrastructure Plan is focused on delivering critical energy, transport, water, and digital communications through a
“The announcement; at the Macrocomm golf day and gala dinner, by the Honorable Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni - Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies, that the high demand mobile spectrum auction and award will be concluded by the next three months is a move in the right direction towards enabling a technology agnostic and innovation driven
As the world fights to control the spread of Covid-19 virus, president Ramaphosa has taken harsh but necessary steps to protect the people of South Africa. These steps, in the form of businesses being closed and overall lockdown, has had an incalculable impact on South Africans. While the government has always prioritised the safety of
We have been conditioned to separate our work and home spaces. Commuting to the office daily was a must. It was the way the world worked until recently… Fast forward to the pandemic, our daily routines and lives have been transformed and disrupted. We are now dealing with the complete opposite of what was perceived
Local firms have come up with solutions for a business sector that suddenly has to comply with new protocols for health and safety. New tech solutions to curb the spread of Covid-19 have been developed quickly with the potential to replace manual processes for sanitary and social distancing measures, temperature screening and managing quarantine. Datacentrix
Limpopo, South Africa (30 June 2020) – Food security is a priority focus area for countries worldwide. The ability to grow and cultivate organic sources of nutrition has become an even greater concern with the outbreak of COVID-19 and its effect on the farming sector… and the Matsila Community Development Trust has taken food security
Women in tech is now an exciting subject of discussion as it has been uncommon for women to hold technology-driven positions in the past. International research has shown that the tech space is seen as young, white, middle-class male-dominated. In the last decade however, we have seen more women rise through the corporate ranks to
2020 has been a year of challenges. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us into a new reality that demands thinking and acting in innovative ways, affecting not only how we operate professionally and personally, but also on the skillset required in this new environment. For many businesses, organisations and employees, the transition has been difficult.