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Digital infrastructure and agility are needed to enable tomorrow’s workforce

Millennials will soon outnumber all other generations in the workplace. This generation already represents a quarter of the workforce in the US - and more than half the workforce in India - and within two years will account for 50% of the total global workforce. Companies’ success in attracting and

Criminal charges opened against SAP in South Africa

South Africa's Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has laid criminal charges against German software giant, SAP. The criminal charges opened with the South African Police Services (SAPS) are in relation to SAP's facilitation of deals with the Gupta family and State Owned Enterprises, Eskom and Transnet. This was revealed

Our most popular articles in 2017

Happy New Year! With 2017 coming to end, and this being the first day of 2018, we thought we would reflect back on our most popular articles during 2017. The criteria used is simple, these are our most read articles or most listened podcasts that were published in 2017. We

SAP Starts Disciplinary Proceedings Against 3 Employees In Relation To The Bribery Saga In South Africa

SAP has issued a statement that they have commenced formal disciplinary proceedings against three employees who have since been placed on administrative leave. The company says it uncovered some indications of misconduct in relating to the management of Gupta-related third parties. A fourth employee, whose name has not been made

Egypt's Digital Economy Tipped To Reach $3,5 Billion In 2017

Egypt’s digital economy is tipped to reach a $3,5 billion in 2017. This was revealed at the Egypt Inspire event hosted by SAP. The forecast is based on the fact that Egypt's ICT industry contributes $3,17 billion to the North Afrikan country's GDP according to the Ministry

SAP Must Explain Why It Denied And Did Not Investigate Bribery Allegations In South Africa Back In February 2017

On 21 February 2017 iAfrikan reported that SAP South Africa's Managing Director, Lawrence Kandaswami, had been implicated in an alleged $38 Million bribery and kickback scandal involving South Africa's Department of Water and Sanitations. However, in communications with iAfrikan earlier in 2017 after the article was published, SAP unequivocally denied