Hambisa Supermarket found an easy solution to a frustrating and business crippling problem. They installed the Twoobii Smart Satellite Service for a trusted internet connection, providing very reliable Point-of-Sale Trading, Voice-over-Internet calls and business services.
Category: Case Studies
Farming is a challenging industry and it is often spread over vast areas in different regions across the country. André Kock and Sons, is a livestock auction firm specialising in providing an all-inclusive service to buyers and sellers in the agricultural industry in South Africa.
African Horseback Safaris, found in the Okavango Delta of Botswana, have been offering one of the most unique and exciting horseback adventures in the world, for over two decades. Led by talented guides, guests have 450,000 acres of pristine wilderness of the Delta to explore on horseback, allowing them to experience the African landscape in an unforgettable way and to get up close and personal with game such as giraffe, zebra and elephant.
The SCIONA project, funded by the EU and implemented in Namibia by NUST (Namibia University of Science and Technology), was aimed at strengthening cross-border ecosystem management and wildlife protection in the Iona – Skeleton Coast Transfrontier Conservation Area (TFCA) from Angola to Namibia. This was done through the co-designing and implementation of conservation monitoring technology with the park authorities and surrounding communities.
The Carling Black Label Cup is a one-day four-team football tournament in South Africa. The tournament features four participating teams with the winners of the first matches playing twice while losers would play penalties for the 3rd and 4th place play-off. The teams and line-ups are chosen by Carling Black Label customers who submitted a code found on Carling products. Customers also choose which substitutions to make in-game by voting via text message. This format created great excitement which led to a record number of attendance being expected at the event.
Since its inception, the NAMPO Harvest Day has been the leader in showcasing agricultural innovation and providing that one stop platform to agricultural enthusiasts in South Africa. After a long-awaited return to the agricultural calendar last year, the 2023 NAMPO Harvest Day exceeded all expectations once again! The theme “Agriculture Innovated” confirmed the positive role attributed to the Harvest Day and its contribution to the future of agriculture.
RMB Latitudes is an indoor-outdoor art experience aimed at celebrating the creative spirit, fostering new relationships, connecting artists and galleries to buyers and the public. Over 40 galleries and 250 artists bring their art to Shepstone Gardens, a magnificent three-acre property.
In the heart of the Limpopo bush is a conservation area where the Rhino Orphanage is located. This NPO is dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, releasing, protecting and loving Africa’s amazing rhinos. The team is made up of permanent staff and volunteers that come from all over the world to help with the care of the rescued rhinos. The baby rhinos are very vulnerable and disoriented when they are rescued and are in desperate need for safety and familiarity. To reduce their stress, a human “mother” is assigned to the babies that stays with them 24 hours per day to take care of their needs.
The Maluti Mountain Range in Lesotho provides the beautiful and tranquil setting for Oxbow Lodge. The lodge is reached via the glorious Moteng Pass which tops out at 2800 metres before descending to the lodge in a valley 8km from the summit, on the banks of the Malibamat’so River. If it’s space and peace you seek, you will find them in abundance when you treat yourself to the natural splendour of this award-winning lodge.
“The elegance of unique African hardwoods from the heart of Mozambique”.
This is the foundation on which LevasFlor African Hardwoods built its business, which has been operational for 16 years. LevasFlor has a forest concession of 46 000 hectares of Miombo woodlands and over 200 employees. Their business is to deliver sustainable wooden products to the local market. LevasFlor is based in Beira, Mozambique’s 2nd largest city and an important port – known as the ‘heart of Mozambique’, and is situated up the coast in Sofala province at the mouth of the Púngoè River.