A recent survey by accounting firm, Deloitte and CEOs of African businesses, shows that Nigeria is not among the top five most attractive countries for investment destinations in Africa. So how can the country change this narrative and reposition itself post-COVID-19? Sam Chidoka, Managing Director and CEO of Kairos Capital joins CNBC Africa for more.
Africa’s largest global trading partner is China; however the vulnerability of global supply chains has intensified with onslaught of the U.S-China trade tensions.
The much debated Protection of Personal Information Act is being put to bed. President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on the 22nd of June that all operational provisions of POPIA will officially commence on 1 July 2020, except for two provisions, sections 110 and 114(4), which will only commence on 30 June 2021. Is it worth it for businesses not to comply and what are the security issues around it? Wale Arewa, CEO of Xperien and Leishen Pillay, Associate Director of Privacy and Technology at Deloitte join CNBC Africa to give insight.
According to Deloitte, cash flow management needs to be an integral elements of a company's overall COVID-19 risk assessment and action planning in the near time.
Ironically, the exact efforts to protect jobs from technology may end up being the biggest cause of job losses in the future.
With the Fourth Industrial Revolution taking centre stage, organisations need to prepare themselves for what's coming next as well as overcoming challenges between people and machines. Valter Adão, Chief Digital and Innovation Officer at Deloitte joins CNBC Africa for more.
LHL Attorneys on Wednesday filed a prospective class action proceeding at the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg, South Africa
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