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What does the Future of Manufacturing look like?

What does the Future of Manufacturing look like?

What does the Future of Manufacturing look like? Will factories comprise only Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled robots? Will supply chains be managed through an Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) technology that seamless links all production steps between and...
TWIMS showcasing next-gen manufacturing

TWIMS showcasing next-gen manufacturing

Established by the Toyota SA Education Trust, TWIMS is a not-for-profit initiative dedicated to developing manufacturing executives in Africa. TWIMS is an open institution, welcoming students from all industries and backgrounds. The future of manufacturing will likely...
Reflections on Leadership: Belonging, courage and reimagining an inclusive manufacturing sector

Reflections on leadership: What do you see as you enter 2023?

Article by: Dr Lisa Kinnear You don’t need to have read the news, social media or have an MBA to know the distress experienced in this beautiful region of KwaZulu-Natal over the past few years. Sitting on the east coast of Southern Africa, we have joined the world in...
Africa As A Place To Manufacture: Three Charts To Consider

Africa As A Place To Manufacture: Three Charts To Consider

According to the OECD by the year 2040, 34% of youth (age 15-29) or 164 million young people in Africa will have at least an upper secondary or tertiary education. This positions the continent well towards being a manufacturing hub for goods for both domestic...