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Sorghum holds key to Africa’s agricultural success



Sorghum has a lot going for it: it’s climate-smart, highly nutritious and we already know how to grow it. If we put the right amount of money and thought behind it, it could also help solve our unemployment woes.


In This Issue

Use of drones in the shipping sector set to take-off


Unmanned systems are finding a growing number of applications in the maritime sector, and have the potential to make a significant contribution to safety and risk management.

Amend restrictive labour laws to curve unemployment 


South Africa must create jobs for the many unskilled workers in the country and not the skilled workforce it wishes it had, says Arnoux Maré, Managing Director of Innovative Staffing Solutions.


Exports councils vital to stimulate economic transformation


Export councils are key drivers for South Africa's economic transformation and they should be supported and prioritised.


The real cost of forex transfers and payments



The South African Reserve Bank has complicated foreign exchange regulations, and money transfers are complex.

Small to medium South African businesses involved in international transfers and payments, usually acknowledge this and leave the process to the banks, unaware of whether the fees and rates they get are optimal or not, and unaware that they can shop around for a better deal.

South African companies at the forefront of tech adoption



South African companies are among the fastest adopters of new technology in the world, according to a survey by leading fleet management provider TomTom Telematics.

Be in the driving seat of your fleet security



The transport sector plays a key role in GDP contribution in the local and global environments and is one of the key contributors to South Africa's economy.

Ransomware - can you pay? 

Ransomware, also referred to as a crypto-virus, is malicious software that is used by cybercriminals to illicitly infect, lock-out and then take control over digital systems in order to prevent owners from re-accessing them.

In doing so, cybercriminals use the ransomware to extort monies contingent on the promise of restoring owners' access to their systems.

Proposed floating dock receives green light  


The Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) has given Transnet National Ports Authority’s (TNPA) Port of Richards Bay the green light to construct its long-awaited multi-million-rand floating dock infrastructure.

Best UD Fleet drivers off to Global finals in Japan

UD Trucks Southern Africa is proud to announce the winners of its Extra Mile Challenge driver competition.