The National Department of Tourism has established a R142.5 million Green Tourism Incentive Programme (GTIP), which they will run over a three-year period (FY 2017/18 to FY 2019/20), with a key objective of encouraging privately-owned tourism enterprises to move towards cleaner and renewable energy sources.
I attended the “Davos Deconstructed” seminar at Wits Business School on 1st February 2016.
I must admit, I have been following the 4th Industrial Revolution discussion since the World Economic Forum and I have been fascinated.
We’re in for a total change in the way business, society and technology works and interacts and I am not sure how many people are actually aware of what’s happening, or even that something is happening.
>>Click Here<< to view a video that sums up the 4th Industrial Revolution
What does IR4.0 mean for the world?
Whilst Africa’s boom of a decade ago, when it was hailed as the new frontier, may be struggling to hold its place in the spotlight due to global conditions and their effect on emerging economies – Africa is still coming off of a low base economically and has huge potential.
This potential can be seen to be constrained by energy supply issues or the lack of energy in itself can be seen as BIG BUSINESS – either way, Africa needs an Energy plan for more consistent supply at better rates.