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By Mobile Money & Digital Payments Africa
The sixth annual Mobile Money Africa will gather some 400 industry leaders to discuss regional and digital payments in what has becoming an increasingly sophisticated marketplace, when the conference and expo returns to Johannesburg from 21-22 May.

By Sovereignty Technology
ApplianceOnline.co.za is the second South African based ecommerce venture after Smacs.co.za that has been launched by Sovereignty Technology. Sovereignty Technology is a B2B cloud based SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) provider based in Johannesburg.

By Triplefire Music
Cape Town producer and Johannesburg poet collaborate for A New Feeling For Me on Triplefire Music

By African Education Week
Dr Mamphela Ramphele, leader of Agang SA, will deliver the keynote address during the opening of African Education Week at the Sandton Convention Centre on Thursday, 20 June.

By South African Airways
Johannesburg, Monday 7 May 2013. SAA and Etihad Airways have signed an MoU allowing the two airlines to introduce a comprehensive range of codeshare and interline air services as well as explore synergy and efficiency opportunities.

By Mobile Money Africa
The fifth annual Mobile Money Africa will gather more than 400 industry leaders to discuss collaboration and moving the market forward when the conference and expo returns to Johannesburg from 28-29 May.

By Marketing Pro Junction
Returing from a roadshow to South Africa organised by the Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing, the sales and marketing team at the Taj Palace Dubai is optimistic about consolidating

By African Utility Week
Eskom has confirmed that its CEO Brian Dames will deliver the opening address at the annual African Utility Week conference and exhibition on 22 May in Johannesburg.

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By Mobile Money & Digital Payments Africa
The sixth annual Mobile Money Africa will gather some 400 industry leaders to discuss regional and digital payments in what has becoming an increasingly sophisticated marketplace, when the conference and expo returns to Johannesburg from 21-22 May.

By GBSH Consult
Research that benchmarks African private equity against the global market for the first time shows the industry is far maturer than analysts had previously thought.

By Sovereignty Technology
ApplianceOnline.co.za is the second South African based ecommerce venture after Smacs.co.za that has been launched by Sovereignty Technology. Sovereignty Technology is a B2B cloud based SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) provider based in Johannesburg.

By Uthgroup
The My Dream Park competition is an annual competition taken place in Johannesburg South Africa, various schools participate with the goal being to uplift spirits and get students excited, as well as to encourage them to tap into their creative juices...

By Triplefire Music
Cape Town producer and Johannesburg poet collaborate for A New Feeling For Me on Triplefire Music

By African Education Week
A wall where expo visitors can write a personal message to former President Nelson Mandela has been constructed at the African Education Week and Career Indaba that is starting at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa tomorrow.

By African Education Week
Dr Mamphela Ramphele, leader of Agang SA, will deliver the keynote address during the opening of African Education Week at the Sandton Convention Centre on Thursday, 20 June.

By African Education Week
Thousands of teachers and learners are expected at the seventh annual African Education Week and Career Indaba at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa, from Thursday 20 June until Saturday 22 June.

By African Education Week
“African Education Week provides a platform to air problems and find solutions: such platforms are very important" says independent education specialist Graeme Bloch and moderator of this year’s African Education Week in Johannesburg this month.

By African Education Week
African Education Week in Johannesburg, South Africa, will discuss in June how iPads, cell phones and other gadgets are the future tools of learning.

By South African Airways
Johannesburg, Monday 7 May 2013. SAA and Etihad Airways have signed an MoU allowing the two airlines to introduce a comprehensive range of codeshare and interline air services as well as explore synergy and efficiency opportunities.

By African Education Week
African Education Week to gather experts in Johannesburg in June

By Mobile Money Africa
South Africa remains one of the most diverse regions in Africa for its proliferation of successful mobile money business models being championed by banks, MNOs (mobile network operators), third party providers and retailers.

By African Education Week
The use of mobile devices and social media in the classroom are some of the compelling questions that will be discussed during the Education Technology Indaba at the annual African Education Week from 19-22 June in Johannesburg.

By Mobile Money Africa
The first Mobile Money Africa Awards will be announced during the event in May in Johannesburg to honour the industry’s most innovative projects and companies.

By Career Indaba
The annual Career Indaba will once again bridge the gap for students between studying and entering the working world.

By Mobile Money Africa
The fifth annual Mobile Money Africa will gather more than 400 industry leaders to discuss collaboration and moving the market forward when the conference and expo returns to Johannesburg from 28-29 May.

By Marketing Pro Junction
Returing from a roadshow to South Africa organised by the Dubai Department of Tourism & Commerce Marketing, the sales and marketing team at the Taj Palace Dubai is optimistic about consolidating

By AbsoluteFactor
Netherland-based Exset today announced the launch of its Africa initiative for the African Digital TV industry Its Africa Page – A dawn of Digital Television at the SABA CEO Summit on the 2nd and 3rd of August 2012.

By African Education Week
A record +6000 education professionals and learners attended this year’s African Education Week and Career Indaba, organised by Cape Town based, Spintelligent, which took place at the Sandton International Convention Centre from 2-4 July.

By Wheels365
Are you interested in quality car deals and practical information about the automobile industry? Wheels365 has now joined the world of online social media and aims to catch people’s interest with more than just vehicle listings.

By African Utility Week
Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology is set to change the way a multitude of industries operate, including the electricity and water sectors, says Kevin Jacobson of MTN Service Provider.

By African Utility Week
The City of Johannesburg will welcome some 5000 power professionals from more than 60 countries for the annual African Utility Week, the continent’s largest utility services conference and exhibition, taking place from 21 May at Nasrec Expo Centre

By African Utility Week
African Utility Week has partnered with FindaLift to help get delegates and visitors to and from the Nasrec Expo Centre in Johannesburg with the least impact on the environment and their pocket.

By African Utility Week
Experts at the African Utility Week in Johannesburg in May will discuss the functionality of smart grids and how to optimally integrate it into the utilities network.

By African Utility Week
Governments and business across the globe are scrambling to find ways of making renewable energy (RE) – such as solar, geothermal or wind power – a viable form of energy generation.

By African Utility Week
When the South African government approved the hotly debated Integrated Resource Plan (IRP 2010) in 2011, it was clear that a substantial part of future power generation will come from nuclear power.

By Land Forces Africa
It is not sufficient to merely train military personnel today; they also need to be educated. A solid understanding of the legal, political, social and economic terrain is essential, says Prof Lindy Heinecken of Stellenbosch University.

By African Utility Week
South Africa has been a model for good investment environment in the region, says the African Development Bank’s Neside Tas Anvaripour, Head of Infrastructure Finance in the Private Sector Department.

By Mobile Health Africa
There are great benefits to integrating primary health care and electronic medical systems into mobile health (mHealth) services, says Rob Allen, who is the manager of the hi4life programme at HIVSA.

By African Utility Week
With rising utility tariffs, the South African consumer is under mounting pressure. Add to this the fact that utility bills are for all practical purposes unintelligible, with consumers being confronted with figures few seem to understand.

By African Utility Week
In May, challenges around waste will be discussed at African Utility Week where political and business leaders from across the globe will come together to discuss Africa’s utility service delivery challenges.

By African Utility Week
The South African Department of Energy will once again support the annual African Utility Week conference and exhibition as host ministry. The event runs from 21-24 May in Johannesburg and is the largest utility services gathering on the continent.

By Mobile Money Africa
South Africa is not only a competitive mobile money market, but is a good representation of the different business models that are transpiring from banks, MNOs*, third party operators, social media and online retailers and payment providers.

By Mobile Health Africa
South Africa is leading the way in launching mobile health (mHealth) services with some of the most successful and best known mHealth initiatives having been developed in this country.

By Morne Prinsloo
So how do you increase your chances of being approved for a home loan? Here are some tips that will stand you in good stead when applying for a mortgage:

By Land Forces Africa
A renewed scramble for African resources has led to the continent becoming an arena for strategic and geopolitical competition which requires Africa to ready itself for possible multi-lateral conflicts within the next 10-15 years.

By African Utility Week
Rising energy prices and an ever-increasing pressure to conform to international environmental and climate change demands are some of the main challenges facing big industry in South Africa.

By African Utility Week
Eskom has confirmed that its CEO Brian Dames will deliver the opening address at the annual African Utility Week conference and exhibition on 22 May in Johannesburg.

By African Utility Week
The technological explosion of the past three decades has brought about many advantages. Some of these include an increased ease in the way people are doing business. However, there is also a flip side to these advances.

By African Utility Week
African Utility Week director Claire Volkwyn says the recent launch of the Green Climate Fund at COP17 in Durban will impact quite significantly on the generation sector in particular.

By Keynote World
The Cloud Computing World Forum will be making it's next stop in South Africa on the 8th May in Johannesburg.

By African Education Week
Macmillan South Africa has announced its diamond sponsorship for the 6th annual African Education Week conference and exhibition taking place in Johannesburg in July next year.

By Gerald Ferreira
There is only 6 days left before the Johannesburg International Motor Show starts and we are counting these days! - The Johannesburg International Motor Show is due to start on the 8th of October 2011 up to the 16th of October 2011.

By Solar Energy Africa
South African Energy and Public Enterprises Ministers, Elizabeth Dipuo Peters and Malusi Gigaba are both speaking at the opening session of the upcoming Solar Energy Africa conference in Johannesburg from 19-20 September.

By Reliability & Maintenance Week
Massive public enterprises are still battling to get maintenance off the back-burner while at the same time huge investment is going into new-build projects, according to Tracey-Lee Zurcher, the project director of Reliability & Maintenance Week.

By Hydropower Africa
A database detailing all microhydro installations in Eastern and Southern Africa will be launched at the upcoming Hydropower Africa conference and exhibition in Johannesburg from 19-23 September.

By Hydropower Africa
Marelli Motori says the time and energy it has invested in the African market in the last few years is starting to pay off. The global Italian generator giant will be at the Hydropower Africa conference and exhibition in Johannesburg in September.

By Hydropower Africa
Small hydropower projects have proven to be major contributors to the electrification of developing countries and Sub Saharan Africa’s small hydro potential still remains largely untapped, says Nicolaas Loretz, project director Hydropower Africa.

By Efiong hope
Johannesburg is one of the finest cosmopolitan cities that Africa has to offer and holds affluence and development that is rare in the continent. Whether one is a business traveler or a holidaymaker, this city must be paid a visit.



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