The gender digital gap in South Africa, and on the African continent more broadly, is only widening, with women having lower digital literacy, less access to internet based technologies, and less relevant online content to men.
With the growing call for digital solutions for our daily banking and retail needs, corporate has responded to the call for a more advanced digital economy. But how is it being regulated? Joining CNBC Africa to look at digital taxation is Michael Hewson, Director of African Transfer Pricing Advisory Firm, Graphene Economics.
It will be first time the $30 billion industry has faced competition since the early 2000s.
Africa’s growth has been defined by its abundance in natural and mineral resources but digitalization will change this.
By Rosalind Davey, partner, Employment and Benefits Practice at Bowmans Gone are the days when office hours were from 9 to 5 and employees spent the working day under one roof. Technology has...
South Africa needs to innovate faster to ensure stable economic growth – Accenture’s Innovation Index 2017 shows
The past year has seen only marginal growth in innovation by South African companies. According to Accenture’s Innovation Index 2017 released at the Accenture Innovation Conference recently, the country has seen a...