Four members of the Botswana Law Reporting Unit successfully completed an Advanced Law Reports Training Course at the Juta and Company corporate head office in Cape Town yesterday.
The AI Revolution is already here. It’s happening in all sectors; in law, finance, regulation, insurance, property, education, medicine, retail, hospitality and more. Our professional and personal lives will not be immune from the challenges and opportunities which AI has already brought and will continue to bring at a rapid rate. Change is inevitable and adjusting to it will be the constant. If re-imagining and re-inventing how we flex to this AI world is not on our agenda then business and life, as we know it, is going to get challenging.
THE Community Chest of the Western Cape held its equivalent of the Oscars last month, recognising the people and companies that have helped it restore hope in the province. The donor appreciation event may have been short of Hollywood stars, but it did see 18 awards presented for outstanding contributions to the Community Chest and its programmes. "Our donors are our lifeblood, but it's unusual for us to hold a public function to acknowledge their contribution," admits chief executive Amelia Jones.
At the DealMakers Annual Gala Awards for 2014, Attorney firm Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr again scooped the two Juta sponsored awards.
The Media Online’s weekly round up. Kagiso Media enters the TVET market. Grey Africa’s Fran Luckin is the first South African female jury president at Cannes Lions 2017. Lindy-Lou Gill appointed consultant to IAS. Meltwater starts new year with new appointments. Irvine Partners win’s Cape Point account. Hisense announces Emirates Lions partnership. Rwandan Journalist Johnson Kanamugire wins APO Group invitation. The Marketing Site closes after major hack. Johnnie Walker lengthens its stride with two Sunday Times Leaders on the Move tours.
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