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Transformation for women in the technology industry

Faith Ramusetheli, Transformation Director, Sage Africa & Middle East, shares how she as a woman in the tech industry balances work and life, what a typical day at her job looks like, her advice to other women in tech, and much more.

The ethics to consider when developing Artificial Intelligence

Tips on ensuring that Big Tech is building AI that is safe, secure, fits the use case and most importantly is inclusive and reflects the diversity of the users it serves.

Afrikan companies need to get ready for the General Data Protection Regulation

A new data privacy and protection framework called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect across the European Union on 25 May this year – and it will change the game for Afrikan businesses, too. If your business based in Afrika handles personal data about European residents and

4 recruitment tools to build efficient business teams

Personality is just as important as skill and experience when it comes to hiring new employees. A person can have all the talent in the world, but if they don’t work well with existing colleagues, they will not be able to bring any benefit to your business – possibly even

Surviving the credit ratings downgrade as a South African startup

South Africa’s startups should brace themselves for further economic volatility following more downgrades of the country’s sovereign credit ratings. Standard and Poor’s Global has now downgraded South Africa’s local sovereign credit ratings to sub-investment (or junk) grade, following the downgrades for the country’s foreign debt

Couple-Owned Businesses On The Rise As Technology Shifts Business Culture Online

The 21st Century has brought with it the age of social media, shifting global cultural into the digital age. The internet and mobile technology have enabled instant, responsive services with everything from education and shopping, to news and entertainment. Naturally, the culture of business has been impacted too. Companies no