From Warehouse to Wellness

Posted by Tyrone Rennie on 13 Sep 2018 2:00:00 PM

The South African healthcare industry is a large and complex system, still reflecting, within places of its design, the nation’s fragmented history. The public sector comprises 52 health districts across 9 provinces managing approximately 1000 hospitals and a further 3500 health care clinics offering almost 87 000 beds. In parallel to the public system, private healthcare provides about 31 000 beds via a network of just over 200 hospitals – although this sector services only about 17% of the population through insurance offered by the 90 private medical schemes within the country.

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From the high street to the dusty street - when formal and informal meet

Posted by Kamogelo Mmutlana on 15 Jun 2018 9:00:00 AM
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Supplier Development - More than Money

Posted by Barloworld Logistics on 31 May 2018 2:00:00 PM

Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda once said: “Development is about more than money, or machines, or good policies – it’s about real people and the lives they lead”.  As our country grapples with economic transformation and growth, this quote is particularly relevant, highlighting the need for sustainable interventions and partnerships between corporate South Africa and other stakeholders. With economic growth forecast at a meagre 1%, unemployment at more than 26% and inflation hovering at the 5% mark, it has never been more important to foster entrepreneurship. With each viable business added to the marketplace, employment is created, and resources are utilised, adding to the national product and per capita income of a country.  

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Green is Good

Posted by Sarah Lubbe on 24 Apr 2018 5:00:00 PM

Consumers, corporate citizenry and regulation drive the demand for sustainable business practices

The last couple of years have undoubtedly been both extremely hopeful for sustainable business practices. The Paris Agreement was ratified faster than any other similar pact in history, and globally more and more organisations have taken real strides towards their goals of renewable and sustainable business practices. Locally, South African businesses and consumers alike are anticipating the introduction of the long-promised Carbon Tax Bill, which will see penalties levied against excessive carbon emissions.

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Technology is a means to an end, not an end in itself

Posted by Tyrone Rennie on 20 Apr 2018 10:00:00 AM

Since the mid-90s, with the advent of accessible and exponential technology development, thought leaders within every field have touted the need for digitisation as the antidote to all ills.

Arguably, this race to adopt the latest technology has left a battleground scattered with failed organisations, who lost sight of their core value creating levers in their pursuit of digitisation, and suffered the ultimate price.

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