Bigen, a socio-economic development company driving socio-economic change through innovative infrastructure development solutions, observes World Water Day with passionate support for its 2021 theme – “Valuing water”. Every year, World Water Day spurs people and...
Scramble for Covid-19 Vaccine Exposes Pitfalls of Africa’s Pittance Investment in Research and Development By Dr McLean Sibanda, Ph.D., Managing Director Bigen Global Limited and author of the book Nuts & Bolts – Strengthening Africa’s Innovation and...
Bigen boasts a rich legacy of projects in the Northern Cape such as the Lerato Park housing development, Vaalharts water revitalisation project, Transnet’s Ngqura Manganese expansion project and the Galeshewe Hospital project
Dr Tessy Mutembe, Health Management Consultant at Bigen, has not only markedly progressed in her chosen field of clinical research, but has also gained much wisdom on how to navigate a career across what is still really a “man’s world”.
After seven years as Chief Financial Officer of Bigen, Sulette van Graan, has more than proven her ability to help safeguard the Group’s bottom line through supporting the board in crucial strategic financial and business decision making.
Dr Snowy Khoza, dynamic trailblazer and CEO of the Bigen Group, has been honoured with a listing in the Business Leadership category of Avance Media’s 100 Most Influential African Women for 2020.
The reinstatement of the SADC Tribunal is a fundamental human rights issue that requires SADC citizens to engage their governments for its immediate reinstatement.
With immense drive and a passion for improving Africans’ quality of life, one exceptional woman can make a difference to countless others. Bigen has been fortunate to join forces with just such a woman in realising its vision for transforming South African agriculture – Leona Archary, Bigen’s Head of Agriculture.
Her inspirational leadership over the past decade has entrenched Bigen’s positioning as one of Africa’s leading infrastructure development consultancies.
Bigen Group was pleased to welcome back to the office, on a rotational basis, 30% of its South African workforce from lockdown on Monday, 4 May 2020