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Women in Business

Women in Business: Q&A with Jessica Hawkey

In this exclusive Q&A, we delve into the insights and experiences of Jessica Hawkey, the Managing Director of redAcademy—an organization committed to establishing a sustainable reservoir of adept software developers for corporate IT talent strategies. With unwavering dedication, Jessica aims...

10 Tips for Women in Business

Ten Important Tips for Women in Business Rochelle's advice for women seeking their niche in the tech and business world can be summarized in these ten simple points: 1. Believe in Yourself: Trust your abilities and feel confident that you belong...

Paving the Way For Women in Male-dominated Industries

On Sunday, August 6th, 2023, the Women's Netball World Cup Finals, one of the world's largest female sporting events, unfolded on African soil. Alongside the court, a group of female camerawomen captured the scene, a pioneering initiative driven by...

Digitisation: The Key to Getting Ahead in Business for Women

In today's fast-paced business world, it's no secret that digitisation has become a vital tool for any successful entrepreneur or professional. While this is true for any business owner, manager, or leader, the power of digital plays strongly into the...

MTN Ghana Donates $1.6-Million to Girls in ICT Program

MTN Ghana, the Ghanaian arm of Africa's largest telecom, has donated $1.6-million (GHS10-million) to support the Girls in Information Communication Technology (ICT) Project. A Ghanaian initiative hoping and aimed at exposing the ICT sphere to young women. According to Business...

INTERVIEW: Powering Women Entrepreneurship in Africa with Mastercard

Ebehijie Momoh is the senior VP and GM for Mastercard West Africa. A role she has held since December 2019. Based in Nigeria, Ebehijie focuses on the advancement of the Mastercard brand presence in West Africa as well as...
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Novus Holdings Invests R55 Million in AI Innovation Company

Novus Holdings has invested R55 million in Bytefuse, an AI company, to enhance its enterprise-scale solutions. Maski, an AI-powered tutoring...
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