By Genevieve Koolen, Human Resources Director at SAP Africa Will people return to the office when it’s safe to do so? Since the start of the pandemic last year, organisations and employees across the world have embraced remote work like never before. 
By Thomas Murayi and Peter Karah, business executives, Microsave Consulting (MSC). In our previous blog, we discussed why humanitarian organizations and governments use e-vouchers to distribute relief. We presented the challenges in the disbursement of cash and physical goods and outlined the benefits e-vouchers present to recipients,...
Without a decisive game plan in place, trading can be considered exceptionally high risk and more of a gamble instead of a smart investment strategy Dany Mawas, Regional Director at INFINOX Capital says there are several factors that are required for successful trading,...
Leaving a job can be a hard decision to make. Still, we all have to keep in mind that sometimes job offers are way more attractive on paper than in real life. Because of the increasing demand for tech workers, employers are going further to meet potential...
By Les Khan St. Kitts and Nevis Citizenship by Investment Unit Chief Executive Les Khan, CEO,  St Kitts and Nevis (SKN) Citizenship In today’s fast-paced modern world an entrepreneur must be many things. Qualities...
A look at customer relationship management systems (CRMs), customer data platforms (CDPs), and Data management platforms (DMPs) (By James Bayhack) In today's digital world, data-driven customer analytics have become the heartbeat of modern businesses. Customers are engaging with businesses through digital channels while innovative...
Covid-19 has accelerated the rate of digital technology adoption around the world, but also revealed the depth of the digital divide worldwide. For millions of people living in Africa, who do not have access to the internet or laptops and smartphones, the pandemic has resulted in greater...
The Vision Impact Institute recently convened experts in children's vision and health to discuss the implications of digital learning on children's vision, a year after many schools globally switched to virtual learning as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The panel included Donna Mazyck, Executive Director - National Association...
By Thomas Murayi, Peter Karah, and Edward Obiko from MicroSave Consulting-MSC At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, residents of Kibera, the largest slum of Sub-Saharan Africa, gathered at a district office to collect food donated by former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. These donations were made...
According to the law of Equatorial Guinea, a self-employed worker is any natural person who performs economic activities on his account Challenge to Solution.In the African environment with economies facing growth challenges, the self-employed assumes an indispensable role in the functioning of the market economy,...