The biggest obstacle to solar power
Solar energy has many benefits: it’s cleaner than alternatives; can be tailor-made to the business or residence; and is scalable, so can grow with future requirements, says Sizwe Africa IT Group.
The right partnerships make all the difference
Sizwe Africa IT Group’s UNS business unit boasts one of the highest number of qualified and certified Cisco engineers in the industry.
Dynamite comes in small packages
Sizwe Africa IT Group has partnered with Mamazalacom, whose cloud hosting solution is based on the Jelastic PaaS solution.
Forging ahead with governing data, despite lockdown
The outbreak and incessant intensification of the COVID-19 pandemic has called on companies to activate their respective business continuity management plans, says Sizwe Gwala from Sizwe Africa IT Group.
Delivering solutions that make a difference
A major part of our strategy is to identify societal needs and provide solutions that help communities, companies and educational institutions to overcome them, says Dr Vukile Mehana, CEO of Sizwe Africa IT Group.
Agnostic ‘plug-and-play’ modular workspaces
Containers can be located anywhere, their placement isn’t bound by building requirements and no formal designs are required from the council, says Sizwe Africa IT Group's Gerrit Olivier.
It’s not always the strongest that survive
COVID-19 is changing how offices work forever – and only those businesses that were quick to adapt and change will endure.
Strong partnerships key to success
The only way to survive in today's fast-paced business environment is through strategic partnerships, but choosing the right partner is essential.
Sizwe Africa IT Group achieves level one B-BBEE accreditation
The has been rewarded with a level one B-BBEE accreditation, according to the ICT Amended Sector Codes.
AYO buys into Sizwe, eyes R1bn amid leadership turmoil
The broad-based black economic empowerment ICT group looks to acquire a 55% stake in Sizwe for R165 million.
Fujitsu builds Edu-Smart Green Centres for schools
Fujitsu and Sizwe Africa IT Group collaborate to build Edu-Smart Green Centres to digitise schools in rural communities.