Corruption At A Glance In South Africa

Corruption At A Glance In South Africa

March 25, 2013

There are two main laws in South Africa which contributes to keeping information open and protecting those who fight corruption. Take a closer look at this infographic about the corruption in South Africa. Source

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The Inequalities of ANC Spending

February 25, 2013

In 2009 the ANC spent R39 million buying 47 cars for 39 government officials. I like to think that this money could have been better spent.

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Spikes for Haymarket Network

January 3, 2013

MLSS has a pretty neat soccer almanac series going on right now. This installment in particular caught my eye. Toronto and San Jose played out one of the least important games of all time this weekend and 21,000 apparently showed up to watch it, so something’s going right. Source

Iniesta Fiesta

Iniesta Fiesta

December 8, 2012

Infographic created by undergraduate students at Temple U. Fox School of Business for MIS3538: Social Media Innovation course taught by Prof. Steven Johnson in Fall, 2011. Source

Last Rhino Standing

Last Rhino Standing

December 4, 2012

Will we see Africa’s rhinos become extinct in our lifetime? The continent’s rhinos are already endangered and now they are being killed at a rapidly increasing rate. The rhinos are not safe in South Africa’s parks despite drastic measures including deadly gun battles with poachers. Source

Sardine Run: Track like a shark

Sardine Run: Track like a shark

November 13, 2012

In contrast with their portrayal in popular culture as single-minded and bloodthirsty maneaters, sharks are phenomenal and intelligent creatures with an array of impressive sensory tools at their disposal. In this infographic, we look at how they put these tools to use during South Africa’s Sardine Run. Source

Tech4Africa

Tech4Africa

October 20, 2012

In 2010, technology experts from around the world descended on Johannesburg, South Africa, to talk to Africans about technology. This infographic looks at the statistics and gives facts about this one-of-a-kind tech conference which gave Africans a voice in the technological world. Source

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Who’s Who on Linkedin in South Africa

September 1, 2012

Linkedin in South Africa has seen a 83% increase in usership over the last 12 months with agriculture and goverment showing the biggest industry growth. The exciting news is the growth in business decision makers on Linkedin. The age category betwee 35 and 54 years has grown more than double and CEO presence on Linkedin […]

How To Win By Cheating in Table Tennis, Pool And Basketball

How To Win By Cheating in Table Tennis, Pool And Basketball

August 16, 2012

How did the Niners win? What categories did they dominate to lead themselves to the NFC Championship game? Source

Calendar XIX World Cup Soccer South Africa 2010

Calendar XIX World Cup Soccer South Africa 2010

August 15, 2012

With the conference championship games on tap this week, followed by the greatest American sporting spectacle of them all after that, it seems like a good time to take a break from making business WordPress themes and get a quick refresher on the business of football. There sure is a lot of money being simultaneously […]

African Countries by GDP

African Countries by GDP

August 5, 2012

Egypt has the second biggest GDP with $188 billion followed by Nigeria $173b and Algeria $140b where South Africa is the leader with $285 billion. Source

Last Rhino Standing

Last Rhino Standing

June 28, 2012

Will we see Africa’s rhinos become extinct in our lifetime? The continent’s rhinos are already endangered and now they are being killed at a rapidly increasing rate. The rhinos are not safe in South Africa’s parks despite drastic measures including deadly gun battles with poachers. Source