Rand Aid Association shared its knowledge on the long-term care of older persons at the second Africa region International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) conference in Nairobi, Kenya, in December 2016.
In Africa, technologies of all types are evolving rapidly, with one exception – Internet access. With around only 170 million users, Internet penetration remains low, at around 18%, well below the global average.
MullenLowe South Africa has been appointed as the lead creative agency for Pepkor Africa in all seven of the African countries in which it currently operates (including PowerSales in Zimbabwe), following a 5-way pitch process.
By: Vaughan Berry, Director: Provantage Media Group We talk about the ‘Rainbow Nation’. One in which everyone is considered to be part of one big ‘melting pot’. We talk about being ‘African’. And again this Read More
Following continued expansion into Africa and the introduction of new business models built around digital offerings, SilverBridge has reported strong financial results for the year ending 30 June 2016. Its net profit increased by 21 Read More
By Fatima Laher, Pro Bono Manager, Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group According to a 2013 WHO report on violence against women, about 35% of women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate partner violence or Read More
Businesses, charities and agencies have until the 15th August to get their entries in to win at new global award show.
By Rosalind Davey, Partner, Employment & Benefits Practice, Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group It is important to note that when using social media platforms users often waive the right to privacy and consent to the information Read More
KNect 365 TMT (An Informa business), organisers of the annual AfricaCom event, have announced that it has selected Burson-Marsteller as its public relations and communications agency for the 19th annual AfricaCom event, taking place at Read More
SPARK Africa, a long standing division of Caxton CTP Publishers and Printers has been incorporated as an additional business unit into SPARK Media. The division will continue to represent the 18 publications across 6 African Read More