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Digital culture shock: HR’s new role in the age of automation

Vice President, Sage Enterprise Africa & Middle East,Keith Fenner.

By KEITH FERNER-WE are on the cusp of a brave new world as technologies such as 3D printing, advanced robotics, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things reshape the workplace. Smart algorithms and machines are taking on more and more of the tasks that humans used to do on factory floors, in financial call centres and even […]

The importance of acknowledged certificates for online courses

m-learning and e-learning specialist ,
Jens Ischebeck .

By JENS ISCHEBECK- FURNISHING one’s CV with a list of qualifications is essential to getting ahead in many sectors of the economy. This holds true throughout the world, including in Africa. Receiving a verified, acknowledged certificate for an online course makes that course a much more powerful tool in the eyes of employers. Internationally recognised certificates […]

Real solutions for real African challenges

Amr Kamel Microsoft General Manager Central, East and West Africa & Indian Ocean Islands

By Amr Kamel How innovative healthcare technologies are impacting the continent DEVELOPMENT in Africa has had a long history of Western influence, which often doesn’t address African needs. When it comes to health, community-developed programmes are far more successful. With this in mind, we are seeing a boom in local health technologies tailored to fit […]

Bond Investment, is your portfolio actively involved?

James Turp is a Portfolio Manager at Absa Active Asset Management

By James Turp FIXED income is a crucial cornerstone of any financial plan to grow long-term wealth. Bonds have, historically been the more stable investment choice, rewarding investors based on the term to maturity and the issuers credit risk. Government bonds have often been referred to as ‘risk free’ since governments are considered to be […]

The future of manufacturing

Mike Vincent, Deloitte Africa Industrial Products and Services Leader

By Mike Vincent, MANUFACTURING today is no longer simply about making physical products but about finding new ways to create and capture value for the end user. Changes in consumer demand, the nature of products, the economics of production and the economics of the value chain have led to major shifts in the way goods […]


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