‘Really impressive’ innovation in biomedical technology in the Cape

November 30, 2016
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When we think of medical excellence in the Cape, we often first think of the world’s first heart transplant performed by Dr Chris Barnard at Groote Schuur hospital, but are you aware of the extent of what’s being developed and the vibrancy of medical technology and biomedical innovation happening in the Cape Town region today?.. read more →

Unpacking the Challenges Faced by Black Professionals in Cape Town

April 26, 2018
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According to the Department of Labour, the percentage of black African professionals in Cape Town has increased by a mere 4% in the past 10 years. Where are Cape Town’s black professionals, and what’s keeping them away from the city? This was the topic of discussion at our recent HR Professionals Forum, with guest speakers.. read more →

Cape Town’s Mobility Crisis and the Potential Influence of the Corporate Sector

April 19, 2018
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How and why the corporate sector needs to act collectively in relation to the mobility challenges and opportunities in the Cape Town city-region The state of Cape Town’s transport system It is no secret that Cape Town and the wider city-region is facing a mobility crisis that seems to be getting worse with no clear.. read more →

The Development of Cape Town’s Foreshore Freeway Precinct

April 18, 2018
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A synopsis of the Request for Proposal (RFP) process, the development proposals, the qualifying bid, the public reaction, and the potential impact on mobility The Foreshore Freeway Precinct and the Request for Proposals The Foreshore Precinct is a very well-located area within Cape Town, which contains approximately six hectares of developable land located under and.. read more →

Inspiration Session: Nene Molefi Author & Business, Diversity & Transformation Expert

March 1, 2018
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At our first Inspiration Session for 2018, we heard from Nene Molefi, esteemed author and business, diversity and transformation expert. The session was hosted by Allan Gray and Nene shared some very interesting insights with us about her journey to becoming a successful businesswoman: A diverse, socially cohesive society: Nene highlighted the importance of this.. read more →

Avoiding “Day Zero” in 2018 and Beyond

February 21, 2018
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Facing its worst drought in a century, Cape Town is in the midst of a severe water crisis. Business and Government are now required to collaborate on short-term plans to avoid a “Day Zero” scenario, develop contingency plans in the event that “Day Zero” is reached, and work on longer-term augmentation plans to diversify the city’s water sources… read more →