Having proved their mettle in Covid-19, CIOs have their boards’ attention, says Sage’s Gerhard Hartman.
Siemens CIO Markus Bender says humans struggle with change, and those who don’t adapt will be left behind.
Sello Mmakau, who has 19 years’ experience in the IT industry in South Africa, has resigned as AfroCentric CIO.
The BDO advisory director and head of cyber security shares his journey from IT to forensics.
From taking apart his dad’s computer to leading an entire IT department, Dido’s passion for tech is clear.
Vodacom is leaps and bounds ahead of other telcos as it broadens the scope of its business.
How Storme McDonald is enabling change for RMB by using the power of ICT to support her team.
The MBA graduate believes Africa needs to take big, bold bets in the digital transformation space.
The executive VP of digital and IT at Imperial Logistics says you don’t need to be an IT leader to be a CIO.
The world is moving and the future of IT is getting an array of experience in all spheres of the discipline.
The investment will include a subsea cable into Africa, low-interest loans for small businesses and more.
Johnson shares his top five tips for South African companies to grow tech skills in their organisations.
Group CIO for Net1 UEPS Technologies, Yasvanth Singh, was never a ‘people person’, but says honest feedback is everything.
Chris Shortt, PnP’s CITO, says creative problem-solving can be applied anywhere.
Richard Shaw explains that, with constantly changing regulations, CIOs need to actively manage compliance.
Marcelo joins AngloGold Ashanti from Newmont Corporation and takes over from Graham Ehm.
From negotiations with vendors to exco, James knows how to ensure FCTG gets the best value for its money.
CIO Casper Pierce finds a unique way to attract and retain IT skills in a competitive marketplace.
The biometric authentication company provides security for user verification in an increasingly digital world.
Clifford will take over as CTO from Francois Stols, who will step down at the end of the year.