Red tape hampers Africa’s tech future
Regulation that lacks clarity, is open to interpretation and heavily dependent on skills for effective application is impeding the continent’s progress towards 4IR.
From concept to company to cash
It takes more than a bright idea to commercialise startups in Africa; it requires an ecosystem.
Is the metaverse just sci-fi for Africa?
A great deal more must be done technologically in Africa before the continent can truly leverage online virtual worlds.
The hybrid office
The flexibility and trust that characterise the hybrid work model are heavily dependent on technology.
This is how the cookies crumble
The move by Google to phase out the cookie heralds a new era in digital advertising. Marketers have little option but to toe the line.
Traversing the turmoil
EOH has had a bumpy ride in recent months, but it believes it has managed to get past the worst of the corruption and dubious dealings linked to former executives.
B2B sales reimagined
Sales still prickles with pressure and remains people-driven, but the pandemic has forced the market to accept a housebound and entirely digital model.
New dawn in trade for Africa
The Covid-19 pandemic has actually helped the continent realise the digitally-inspired Africa Continental Free Trade Area.
Contact centres in the cloud
Demand for South Africa’s contact centre industry’s services could be a key growth area for employment. But how will evolutions in technology affect that?
Covid-19, Black Friday's perfect storm
Industry experts agree that if anything, the global pandemic has heightened the value of e-commerce and underlined Black Friday as a trade season.
The value of e-commerce
E-commerce is one industry that has capitalised on the Covid-19 pandemic, but is this just temporary, or the future of trade?
Building an AI ecosystem
There’s a big ambition for Africa to create its own AI Forum to drive adoption, but experts warn of the need for collaboration, education, awareness and foundation technology.
Belief in Botswana's tech space
Market analysts forecast growth for a market suffering from a lack of meaningful insight and information.