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Fraudsters arrested for defrauding KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport

May 29, 2020 • News, TransportComments Off on Fraudsters arrested for defrauding KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport

KWAZULU-NATAL – Kerissa Pillay (31) and her accomplice Mervin Dennis (52) briefly appeared in the Durban Specialised Commercial Crime Court on Thursday facing charges of fraud and corruption. Pillay and Dennis allegedly submitted fraudulent claims to the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Transport. It is alleged that they claimed an amount of R1.8 million for...

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Citrix expands remote PC access offerings

May 26, 2020 • NewsComments Off on Citrix expands remote PC access offerings

Providing employees with access to their desktops from remote locations used to be a nice thing to do. Today, it’s a requirement to keep employees productive and businesses operating during the COVID-19 crisis. Faced with shelter in place and work from home...

Opinion: Flattening the psychological curve – the Aviation Dilemma by Matita Tshabalala

May 21, 2020 • News, TrafficComments Off on Opinion: Flattening the psychological curve – the Aviation Dilemma by Matita Tshabalala

South Africa is due to enter Covid-19 Alert Level 3. In the face of pressing, unpredictable and severe global problems and challenges, survival require that we move to a new type of thinking and that of doing things. And doing much differently. The...

A resilient, cloud-based digital future

May 18, 2020 • NewsComments Off on A resilient, cloud-based digital future

Digital transformation defines resilience, cost-savings, and sustainability in a world of uncertainty and instability Digital transformation should come with one, well highlighted, disclaimer: one size does not fit all. The technology chosen for digital...

Handover of Water Tanks to Zululand District Municipality

May 15, 2020 • NewsComments Off on Handover of Water Tanks to Zululand District Municipality

Today, His Majesty King Goodwill Zwelithini together with KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Transport, Community Safety, and Liaison, Bheki Ntuli handed over 50 static water tanks today, to support ongoing interventions by the provincial government aimed at bringing...

What the Novel Coronavirus means for the Gig Economy

May 12, 2020 • NewsComments Off on What the Novel Coronavirus means for the Gig Economy

OVERVIEW As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to spread around the world, the economic impact is being felt alongside the human impact. Businesses are being forced to either halt or severely curtail their operations, which is having a...

SURVEY: The effect of COVID-19 on your family, organisation and country

Apr 21, 2020 • NewsComments Off on SURVEY: The effect of COVID-19 on your family, organisation and country

How have you been impacted by the COVID-19 lockdown? Do you feel that you, your company and country were sufficiently prepared? Reputation specialists, Reputation Matters, are running a short online survey to get insights into these questions to help people...

Department of Transport and Community reports

Mar 30, 2020 • NewsComments Off on Department of Transport and Community reports

MEC for Transport and Community Safety Mavhungu Lerule-Ramakhanya with the South African citizens who were repatriated from coronavirus stricken Wuhan City, at The Ranch Hotel where the 112 South Africans from Wuhan, China were quarantined. The Ranch Hotel...

Health MEC and team at N1 weighbridge to screen travellers

Mar 25, 2020 • Advice, NewsComments Off on Health MEC and team at N1 weighbridge to screen travellers

“You are welcome to our province, but please abide by the rules set out by the president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa. We do not want this virus to get into the rural areas of the province.” Review Online LIMPOPO – The Health MEC and her team are...

MEC Ntuli meets families of 4 victims of fatal Blood River crash

Mar 20, 2020 • Accidents, NewsComments Off on MEC Ntuli meets families of 4 victims of fatal Blood River crash

After several weeks of DNA testing to authenticate the remains of eight people who were burnt beyond recognition in a horror accident in Blood River earlier this year, MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison, Mr Bheki Ntuli, today met families of four...