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South Sudan hosts first Energy Event for Top Executives in Africa
South Sudan’s first ever energy and infrastructure conference, endorsed...
Adesina to deliver Norman Borlaug Lecture on World Food Day
Akinwumi Adesina, African Development Bank (AfDB) President, will deliver...
AfricaOnline leads digital economy evolution in Ghana
While Africa still has very real infrastructure development challenges,...
Newsclip unveils artificial intelligent data engine processing tool
Newsclip recently demonstrated the power of its artificially intelligent...
Finance industry to close South Africa’s ZAR30 billion water infrastructure gap
South Africa’s water, infrastructure and financial sector stakeholders met in...
GIBS named Africa’s business school by UK Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking 2017
The University of Pretoria’s Gordon Institute of Business Science...
SITA technology upgrades Kotoka International Airport new Terminal
SITA is providing its world-class passenger and baggage processing...
Dangote Rice launches youth graduates rice farming project in Kogi
Unemployment: Dangote employs youth graduate for rice farming in...
Vice and Econet Media seal joint venture in Sub-Saharan Africa
VICE Media and Econet Media today announced an expansive...
Southern African Airlines faces skills shortage crisis
Airlines in the region will face a potentially crippling...

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Depression costs South Africa ZAR232 billion

Monday, October 9th, 2017

Depression costs South Africa ZAR232 billion

Depression costs South Africa more than ZAR232 Billion or 5.7% of the country’s GDP due to lost productivity either due to absence from work or attending work whilst unwell, the IDEA study of the London School of Economics and Political Science 2016 found. In light of World Mental Health Day celebrated on 10 October 2017,

Pension funds – should they be financing infrastructure in Africa?

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

Pension funds – should they be financing infrastructure in Africa?

Infrastructure as an asset class can provide a distinct addition to African pension and investment portfolios and is increasingly being considered. In principle, the asset class presents a compelling natural “fit” to the longer-term liability profile of...

Consumers need to plan ahead for funerals

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

Consumers need to plan ahead for funerals

Consumers who do not plan ahead for funerals could find themselves overspending in a last minute effort to give their loved ones a dignified send off.  Lee Bromfield, FNB Life Chief Executive Officer says losing a loved...

How to comply with Nigeria’s payroll regulatory environment

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

How to comply with Nigeria’s payroll regulatory environment

Many business managers and entrepreneurs think of running the payroll as a simple matter, what could be hard about paying your employees the right amount of money on payday and giving them a payslip? But the Nigerian...

South Africa exits short lived technical recession

Monday, September 11th, 2017

South Africa exits short lived technical recession

South Africa exited a short-lived technical recession after posting positive growth in the second quarter. Gross domestic product (GDP), a broad measure of economic activity, rebounded by 2.5% in real terms in the second quarter, after declining...

Bell Pottinger – when ethical conduct falls by the wayside

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

Bell Pottinger – when ethical conduct falls by the wayside

South Africa has recently been gripped by salacious revelations out of what has become known as the #GuptaLeaks, a reference to the influential Gupta family from India, accused of using its proximity to South Africa’s politicians, particularly...

Artificial Intelligence drives profitable innovation

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

Artificial Intelligence drives profitable innovation

The fields of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotics, Process automation and heuristics are all developing at a rapid pace. While we don’t yet know exactly how they will affect our lives, these trends will forever reshape society, business,...

PRISA welcomes PRCA decision to expel Bell Pottinger for unethical conduct

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

PRISA welcomes PRCA decision to expel Bell Pottinger for unethical conduct

The Public Relations Institute of Southern Africa (PRISA) acknowledges the Public Relations and Communications Association’s (PRCA) decision to expel Bell Pottinger for breaching the Professional Charter, and Public Affairs and Lobbying Code of Conduct through the work...

Economic growth must be urban-led and private sector-driven

Monday, September 4th, 2017

Economic growth must be urban-led and private sector-driven

Economic growth is not South Africa’s priority, despite all the grandiloquence on the issue, says Ann Bernstein the executive director of the Centre for Development and Enterprise (CDE), an independent policy research and advocacy organisation. “Growth is...

South African Tyre Manufacturing new safety trends impacts industry

Thursday, August 24th, 2017

South African Tyre Manufacturing new safety trends impacts industry

Manufacturing has inevitably become a highly competitive arena where manufacturers have emphasised their competitiveness on the pillars of safety standard requirements and innovation. This emphasises particularly in the context of safety critical components such as tyres has...

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