Absa’s CIO says his position requires a love of people and an understanding of many cultures.
CIO SA tech news round-up: Google to launch first-ever foldable device, human intelligence in the driver’s seat, and IT industry bids a final farewell to Gijima’s Hamilton Ratshefola
Google enters the foldable device race, LLMs still have a long way to go, says Hanno Brink Synthesis lead engineer, and a huge loss for IT as inspirational leader Hamilton Ratshefola passes away.
Wojtek will be responsible for driving Vertiv’s growth and market penetration in Africa.
Bank Zero's CIO has the power to "calm the chaos," bringing stability to the environment.
AI tools are developing at lightning speed and require that we consider their implications, writes Jon Foster-Pedley.
CIO SA tech news round-up: Twitter changes its name to X Corp, Alibaba to launch ChatGPT rival, and more
Twitter renamed to X Corp after merger, Alibaba enters the AI race with the imminent launch of Tongyi Qianwen, a ChatGPT competitor, and Netstar and Vodacom Business introduce WiTaxi.
During the first annual CIO Awards on 15 November 2023, the CIO community will celebrate excellence in IT leadership.
Do you know an IT leader at the forefront of their profession? For the first time in South Africa, the country’s top IT minds will be recognised for excellence in their field during a gala dinner at the 2023 CIO Awards.
The CTO at Infinity Brands says it’s easier to be successful if you get the basics right.
Nyiko will lead Multichoice’s new tech division.
He takes over for Oliver Fortuin, and the two will work together to ensure a smooth transition.
BIDTravel’s head of technology enablement says the mark of a good dev is taking a complicated problem and creating an easy solution.
The Capital’s IT director is now applying his creativity to the hospitality industry.
She overcame several obstacles to obtain her IT qualification and is now inspiring others to follow in her footsteps.
She advises being transparent, communicating and getting into the “nuts and bolts”.
Leading women CIOs took table talk to a new level, focusing on cybersecurity, power and AI at the very first CIO South Africa Women's Dinner.
CIO Mohammed Gause took attendees at the CIO South Africa Summit on his journey to establishing the IT function as a business partner within Tiger Brands - and becoming a trusted advisor.