Considering the way the world is today, education in STEM is vital for the future of any country. Ryan talks to Melissa Naidoo from RS Components about their long-running initiative to get kids excited about engineering using the Raspberry Pi.

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Digital Transformation is the buzzword of business models today, but it is terribly misunderstood. According to a recent trend study, most businesses are simply not ready for the opportunities this transformation will bring. Ryan Hogarth breaks this down.

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Food security is one of the top 5 issues to deal with as our population reaches 10 billion by the middle of the century. Like everything else, farming is going digital. This is Ryan Hogarth’s quick take on what this means.

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Ryan Hogarth speaks to journalist Adam Wakefield, who has spent the last year covering South African business in the digital space. He gives his thoughts on the state of readiness of the business sector to take advantage of the digital revolution.

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The universal language of the future may well be code. Ryan Hogarth stops by Africa Code Week to talk to SAP’s Chris Van der Merwe about their ambitious plans to teach code across 30 African countries.

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Ryan Hogarth talks to EQ expert Steph Vermeulen about emotional balance in a digital age and the awakening that technology is likely to bring.

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Education is lagging the pace of change in business. Kids are being educated for a world that doesn’t exist anymore. There are however encouraging signs of digital transformation. Ryan talks to Annabel, a teacher who is driving this transformation in her school.

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Much has been made of the potential for a connected Africa but where does it stand right now? Ryan chats with Brett Parker, MD of SAP Africa.

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Ryan chats to Chris Buchanan from Dell – discussing a study they and Intel commissioned to understand the relationship between workforces and the technology they use.

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Collaboration is so important in business success, both large and small, yet it has become a buzzword that not too many understand. What does it mean to you?

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