SA ICT Not Moving to Gig Economy – Yet
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SA ICT Not Moving to Gig Economy – Yet

This article by Barry Dwolatzky and Tony Van Der Linden says the the recent JCSE-IITPSA Skills Survey shows that a shift to the gig economy has not occurred in SA, but it's plausible that this might change in future

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The Robots are NOT Coming

This article by Barry Dwolatzky was published in April 2021 on the Perspectives page of the First Rand website. It is the first in a series on "The 4th Industrial…

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4IR Strategy Gap

This opinion piece by Barry Dwolatzky and Mark Harris was published in Business Maverick on 15th January 2021 Access the Article here

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Season 2 Epilogue

In the Epilogue to Season 2 Prof Barry Dwolatzky and Kerryn Gammie reflect on each of the 12 conversations that they hosted with leaders, role models and influencers in the local and international digital economy

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In Conversation with Tiyani Nghonyama

Tiyani Nghonyama finished high school in 2010. Nine years later he was named by the IITPSA as its “South African IT Personality of the Year” for 2019. He is, so far, the youngest guest we’ve had in Season 2 of the Optimizing podcast and yet, in terms of his impact on future digital leaders, he is quite possibly one of the most influential.

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In Conversation with Sifiso Skenjana

Sifiso Skenjana is one of South Africa’s top new economists. He is the Chief Economist and Thought Leadership Executive at IQ Business, the leading independent management consulting firm in South Africa

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In Conversation with Nomso Kana

Nomso Faith Kana is a nuclear scientist and founder of two startups. These are “Sun n Shield 84 Technologies” which manufactures fibre optic cable, and “Blaze Away SA”, a business strategy consulting firm. She was also invited to participate as a commissioner on President Ramaphas’s Commission on the Fourth Industrial Revolution (or 4IR). She has worked hard to encourage young Africans – particularly women -to become involved in STEM.

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In Conversation with Clifford De Wit

Clifford De Wit graduated from Wits University as an Electrical Engineer in 1996. He joined Microsoft in 2000 and from 2009 took on a senior executive role. In this role, amongst other things, he developed and launched the SA BizSpark start-up program, which mentored over 3000 tech start-up’s, manged the Microsoft relationship with South African universities, managed the DevOps business in South Africa, and ran and keynoted several conferences including TechEd, DevDays and Build Tour. After almost 18 years with Microsoft Cliff decided to build a start-up of his own and in his current role, he is the CTO and co-founder of a new digital business.

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