How 2020 has taught the education sector reinvention and prepared it for 2021

Johannesburg, 13 January 2021: All of us look towards this new year with hope and trust in greater and better things to come. This anticipation of change and renewal is especially felt in the education sector as parents and communities around the world gained a deeper appreciation during the lockdowns of the work educators do. With International Day […]

Max Kubwalo appointed as Xylem’s Metrology Sales Lead for Anglophone Africa

Xylem Africa is thrilled to announce that Max Kubwalo is joining its operations as Xylem’s Metrology Sales Lead for Anglophone Africa. Having started on 17 July 2020, Kubwalo is based in Cape Town and covers non-French speaking countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Kubwalo joins Xylem from Itron, where he established a stellar reputation among the utility […]

Rethinking how CSI is planned

NGOs serve the gap in the market between what the public sector can provide for its citizens and what they can afford in the private sector. They therefore serve a vital role in providing affordable or free services to the most vulnerable in our society in sectors that are spread too thin for government to […]