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Mozambique Mozambique: Deadline for Digital Migration Will Be Missed
The Mozambican government admitted on Friday that it will miss the deadline of 17 June to complete the analogue to digital migration for the country's television and radio stations.
South Africa South Africa: New Alliance to Boost South Africa’s Electronic Warfare Capabilities
Denel has joined forces with local specialist company, GEW Technologies, owned by Airbus, to collaborate on future electronic warfare programmes. The new alliance will significantly strengthen South Africa’s capabilities in an area that has become a primary feature of modern defence systems, says the Group CEO of Denel, Riaz Saloojee. “We are combining the experience, reputation and resources of Denel with the specialist technology and expertise offered by GEW Technologies to create an alliance ...
South Africa South Africa: FNB Fund Helps with Disability at Tertiary Institutions
Over the past few years, the FNB Fund has focused its efforts on providing support to the education sector, from early childhood development to primary and tertiary education. Through the various programmes undertaken within these areas, it has focused on raising awareness of students with disabilities at Tertiary Institutions. The FNB Fund currently funds students from two disability units – one at Stellenbosch University and the other at the University of the Free State. Pearl Mphuthi, FNB Fu ...
South Africa South Africa: National Geographic Names Durban in Top 10 Oceanfront Cities
Durban joins nine other international seaside destinations in National Geographic’s recent top ten list. Durban is described as ‘the continent’s busiest seaport [that] blends African and Indian cultures and influences in its beaches, restaurants, and spectacular seaside promenades.”
South Africa South Africa: City Power Pumps Millions on Power Lines
City Power – the City of Johannesburg’s electricity utility – has spent more than R267 million over the past four years to replace low voltage copper overhead power lines (LV Lines) with Aerial Bundle Conductors (ABC) to reduce power outages and curb cable theft, which costs the City several millions of rands every year. A further R360 million will be invested in this aluminium infrastructure which is less prone to theft over the next three financial years, bringing the total expenditure over a ...
South Africa South Africa: Denel Moving Into Civil Security on the African Continent - New Alliance to Boost Hold Baggage Screening Standards at African Airports
Denel has joined forces with local hold baggage screening company, Aviation Co-ordination Services (ACS) in their drive to provide secure hold baggage screening services at African airports outside of South Africa. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed today to explore possibilities in Africa. The new alliance will bring together the Denel brand and marketing network into Africa with the hold baggage screening technical expertise of ACS whose services will be provided to airlines operating a ...
South Africa South Africa: Productivity a Tool for Operation Phakisa
Operation Phakisa is a Presidential results-driven approach, involving setting clear plans and targets, on-going monitoring of progress and making these results public. Productivity improvement programmes dovetails very well with Operation Phakisa. The connection is demonstrated by the fact that productivity improvement programme is a systematic approach that addresses all identified goals; therefore, the process involves problem identification, selection of alternative solutions, design of impl ...
South Africa South Africa: Productivity Training and Skills Alignment
For most organisations the end of March marks the closure of the Financial Year. As we look towards the end of the current fiscal year I would like to write a bit about productivity and skills. To set the tone relay a scene whereby a lady saunters through the mall and as she does "window shopping" a handbag catches her eye. For her, the bag is an item that she must definitely get. The bag costs $86 but the lady has to pay in South African Rands. If the exchange rate is $0.07 to R1, how much does ...
South Africa South Africa: R13.8m Project to Restore KwaZulu-Natal's Parks and Streets
Deputy Minister of Environmental Affairs Barbara Thomson has launched a Community Parks and Street Cleaning project worth more than R13.8 million in Umtshezi, KwaZulu-Natal. “It is anticipated that the implementation of these projects will create at least 235 work opportunities. This entails, among others, employing 160 women, 160 youth and people living with disability,” the Department of Environmental Affairs said. The Umtshezi Community Parks and Street Cleaning projects involve the reh ...
South Africa South Africa: SA Switches on New Vision with Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT)
South Africa’s move towards digital broadcasting will bring more benefits for broadcasters, network operators, spectrum regulators and television viewers alike, says Deputy Director General in the Department of Communications, Ndivhuho Munzhelele. “Our people need to understand that this digital migration revolution is going to change the look and feel of television in this country. Television studios are going to change for the better. “The look and feel of television for the viewer is go ...
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