Google’s Blacklisting of Huawei and the subsequent withdrawal of their license is basically the equivalent of the spiteful kid who takes his ball if the other kids are too good at playing with it.
On Monday 20 May 2019, Google announced that it has withdrawn Huawei’s rights to make use of its platform and will no longer grant access to Huawei devices on their network. On the surface, this has major impacts for Huawei as a whole, but even greater loss for South Africans, but if one had to keep an open mind and dive deeper into this, it could actually spell the dawning of a new era.
The recent elections and deafening voice of sheer disappointment by the general public regarding their dissatisfaction with the available political options proved that age-old politics have somewhat run its course. If I may spend some time interpreting the recent chaos that was the 2019 Elections, I would start by calling it a huge swing and a miss by opposition parties as a whole. Read more
A while back I created a caption for this image saying: “just because I am on my knees does not mean I am down and out. It simply means I am getting ready to fly.” I recently had to deal with two members of my team leaving the nest. A necessary and natural part of the business journey, but a painful and disruptive one at that. Though I am no stranger to the devastating effects of losing an employee in whom you have invested. I have discovered that I am a very slow learner at times. Spending a considerable amount of time training, refining and developing these individuals have proved to be both strenuous yet rewarding to both me and the business. Allow me to break it down somewhat in order for it to make sense. Read more
While I am writing this, I am finding myself within ear-shot of a number of teenagers discussing when they received their first PlayStation Consoles. The butt of the joke currently being the one chap who shares that he received his first PlayStation 2 in 2015. Read more