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// December 2007

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World Cup a catalyst for development?

A group of men kicking around an inflated pigskin bladder can do a lot for a country, says Isaac Mophatlane....

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How now 3Com?

Since its establishment in 1979, only a few years after the creation of the original Ethernet standard, the world has overwhelmingly embraced 3Com`s original vision of networking....

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Real empowerment has two wheels

IT Personality of the Year 2006 Anthony Fitzhenry has revolutionised IT distribution company Axiz by giving it back to the employees....

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Putting growth first

Viola Manuel is excited. Very excited. As executive director of the Cape IT Initiative (CITI), she has become a small business hero by helping rejuvenate the Western Cape as an IT hub....

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Pinball wizard: “Go for high score!

The founder of Integr8 IT has set his sights on becoming the largest IT company in the southern hemisphere....

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Passionate about transforming society

The local sector must get rid of the stereotype that women don`t understand ICT, says Dr Sebiletso Mokone-Matabane, winner of this year`s ICT Leader award....

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Corruption and futility in BEE

Black economic empowerment is clearly not achieving the intended results in this country. Where are we going wrong?...

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A go at InfraCo

So we know that Eskom can`t deliver power, and that the DOC can`t deliver cheap broadband. Let`s mix the two and see what happens....

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Skills and support shortage

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Santa, please buy me

What would South Africa`s CIOs want for Christmas given an unlimited budget? Brainstorm sat five of them down and asked them....

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Build or buy

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Top of the crop

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Cracking the code

Two young local entrepreneurs are proposing to remedy the compatibility problems between mobile phones....

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Let them eat dial-up

Schools can access their e-rate discounts from Telkom, provided they`re happy to be restricted to slow and expensive dial-up access....