The Economist Intelligence Unit report identifies data bias, “black box” risk and lack of human oversight as key concerns AI will separate winning banks from losers, say 77% of banking executives surveyed during COVID-19; COVID-19 will intensify the use of AI, making...
The world is eager to do business with Africa but finds it difficult to access African markets because of poor infrastructure By Tonny Tugee, MD at Seacom East Africa Without a doubt, Africa is one of the world’s fastest-growing economic hubs. Crucial...
A global report on corporate taxation has identified Kenya as one of the leading countries currently fostering tax reforms for economic growth. The report by the OECD dubbed Corporate Tax Statistics (second edition) singles out Kenya as one of the global jurisdictions with a...
 The think & do tank Team RM (www.TeamRM.org), keeps its word! As announced at the end of its webinar on real economy players, the think & do tank continues to work with its partners to implement the recommendations resulting from this webinar. To this end, Team...
By Cathy Smith, Managing Director at SAP Africa It is becoming clear that most - if not all - our major social, economic and political decisions over the next few years will be made through the prism of the coronavirus and the ripple effects...
Kenya’s largest private child welfare organisation, SOS Children’s Villages has secured food donation worth Sh 1.7 Million to help vulnerable households weather shocks from COVID-19. SOS CV KE has announced that it received 10 tons of packed Tender Mercies nutritious meal donation (dry nutritional grain dense...
The Ethiopian Electric Utility (EEU) held celebrations at its primary data center located in Addis Ababa to officially inaugurate the new SAP ERP system. The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by honorary guest, State Minister of the Energy Sector within the Ministry of Water, Irrigation and...
By Shalini Gadhia Let’s look at how our past could impact our current practices. We all stem from backgrounds that hold certain beliefs. A good and long known example is ‘men are suited in the office’ and ‘women perform better in the kitchen’. These have actually turned into ‘generational curses’...
It was a night of celebration as the Anzisha Prize, in partnership with the African Leadership Academy (ALA) and Mastercard Foundation, awarded $25 000 to 21-year-old Yannick Kimanuka from the Democratic Republic of Congo and crowned her the winner of the 2019 Anzisha Prize. The KIM’s School Complex, founded...
Airline breaks ground with construction of mobility inspired pavilion Rich visitor experience planned around future of air travel Emirates, Premier Partner and the Official Airline of Expo 2020 Dubai, unveiled the design and visitor experience concepts of its ultramodern pavilion for the 6 month mega-event. The Emirates Pavilion’s design and visitor...