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If the main purpose of subsidizing and formalizing South Africa's taxi sector is to bolster operators’ finances so that they pay more taxes, it is doomed to fail. Providing more money to the taxi sector is going to change the national government’s problems with revenue generation.
Research shows that during 2020, 65% of South Africans shopped less at physical supermarkets while, among existing online shoppers, 29% increased their online shopping, and 21% continued as before.
Trade enables formal firms to flourish, which will be essential for economic recovery. However, trade routes have been significantly disrupted this year in efforts to contain COVID-19.
Working from home could have positive and lasting effects on trust among colleagues. COVID-19 may have posed a threat to this trust, but it has also provided ample opportunity and we must not lose sight of this.
In this episode of The Lead Creative, Abey Mokgwatsane, the Managing Executive of Brand, Communications, and Sponsorships at Vodacom, unpacks some trends that have influenced both brand and agency relations, as well as strategy.
Nigeria faces the triple challenge of providing a reliable power supply, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and keeping energy affordable to consumers. Lagos only gets about 10% of its electricity needs, leaving its 20 million inhabitants to their own devices.