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Siemens wins 2018 Digital Solutions of the Year award at Africa Utility Week
Siemens has won the Digital Solutions of the year...
Pan-African Bank Ecobank wins Best Digital Strategy Award in London
Ecobank won the Best Digital Strategy Award at the...
Massmart launches Urban Bookshelf in Alexandra
Massmart second Urban Bookshelf was launched, today, 17 May...
SqwidNet appoints new Acting CEO
Phathizwe Malinga has officially been appointed as the new...
Renewable energy sector needs economic transformation
Failing to include and inform local communities about multibillion...
Bayakha Investment Partners officially appoints Ben Kodisang
Bayakha officially announced today, 16 May 2018 that industry...
Amu Power signs clean coal technology agreement with GE
Gulf Energy, the developer of the 1050Mw Lamu Coal...
Denel Board of Directors accepts CEO resignation
The Denel Board of Directors has accepted the resignation...
ICT investment key to fuelling Africa’s digital growth
Rapid advancements in information communications technologies (ICT) over the...
Digitalisation – an unavoidable key to unlocking future opportunities
With local businesses facing a ‘perfect storm’ of data...

Economy

Africa needs more young women in technology

Thursday, March 8th, 2018

Africa needs more young women in technology

As women, we’re no strangers to the stereotypes that surround our often more detailed approach to getting tasks done. Too pedantic. Too fussy. We’ve heard them all. But the truth is there’s nothing wrong with wanting to get things right. In fact, across industries companies are starting to wake up to the unique value which women

South African mining industry plans to revive the economy

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

South African mining industry plans to revive the economy

South Africa’s mining industry today, 1 February 2018, expressed hope that the election of new leadership for the ruling African National Congress (ANC) signals a new dawn for collaboration between the government and the sector to boost...

Financial inclusion required to grow South African economy

Friday, January 26th, 2018

Financial inclusion required to grow South African economy

Access to financial services hold the key to unlock economic development and growth in South Africa and emerging markets, says Commissioner Nthabiseng Moleko, University of Stellenbosch Business School (USB)Managerial Economics and Statistics Lecturer. She presented at a business...

Infrastructure development remains a key driver for SA economy

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

Infrastructure development remains a key driver for SA economy

Infrastructure development is a key driver of South Africa’s growth prospects, with rail and water infrastructure focal areas. This is according to Ebrahim Patel, South African Economic Development Minister, who is in Davos for the World Economic...

Top Energy Trends 2018 in South Africa

Friday, January 12th, 2018

Top Energy Trends 2018 in South Africa

Energy is one of the sectors of our economy most closely watched by local and international investors. This heightened interest is unlikely to let up in 2018, thanks to plans by the government to invest ZAR234 billion...

East Africa Islamic Economy Summit 2018 comes to Nairobi

Wednesday, January 10th, 2018

East Africa Islamic Economy Summit 2018 comes to Nairobi

East Africa’s fairly developed infrastructure and communication sector, a young educated tech savvy population and their ability to capitalise on technology development provides a great opportunity for the region to lead in the Islamic Finance digital economy....

Energy Indaba plans to re-energise South Africa’s economy

Thursday, December 7th, 2017

Energy Indaba plans to re-energise South Africa’s economy

The Energy Indaba opened in Johannesburg today, 6 December 2017, with a call to come up with solid measures to reignite the economy in order to achieve radical socio-economic transformation while creating the necessary jobs. “The energy...

LCB Bank and Mastercard transforms financial economy in Republic of Congo

Thursday, November 23rd, 2017

LCB Bank and Mastercard transforms financial economy in Republic of Congo

LCB Bank, a subsidiary of BMCE Bank Of Africa Morocco Group, and Mastercard announced their and partnership focused on digitising the Republic of Congo’s financial economy in support of the countries desire to financially empower its citizens....

How women are shaping Botswana’s new economy

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

How women are shaping Botswana’s new economy

Botswana is working hard to diversify its economy, which has historically been based on the production and sale of diamonds. The World Bank’s Doing Business Report shows that the country has the highest new business density in Africa with...

Oracle unveils next-gen cloud apps to support Nigeria’s digital economy

Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

Oracle unveils next-gen cloud apps to support Nigeria’s digital economy

Oracle today, 24 October 2017,  hosted its Modern Business Forum in Nigeria to help the country’s fast-growing and large enterprises accelerate digital transformation and drive business growth with its next generation cloud applications that are now embedded...

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