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The digital transformation of customs and borders in Africa could improve efficiencies in processes, such as administration at customs and borders, and yield trade gains on the continent of $20 billion a year.

 


Ethical and authentic leaders of African companies are showing that it is possible for business to be both a force for good and deliver excellent financial returns, teaching the rest of the world about new ways to lead and manage for sustainable competitive advantage in the 21st century

 


On Sunday, South Africa reported 687 new cases of Covid-19. Around 80% of these new cases were reported in Gauteng where 545 people contracted the virus.


 

The Department of Health has revealed that more than 125 868 jabs of Covid-19 vaccines were administered in South Africa on Thursday.


December is one of the busiest periods for the hospitality industry. This as tourists from around the world want to experience what South Africa has on offer.


The South African Department of Health is racing against time to vaccinate as many citizens as possible before the upcoming festive season.


The Minister of Health Dr Joe Phaahla is urging South Africans to take the opportunity to get vaccinated during the coming days. This as an Inevitable fourth wave of Covid-19 infections looms.


The Department of Health is hoping that incentives could help increase the vaccination rate in South Africa.


South Africa’s healthcare workers were the first people to receive Covid-19 vaccines in the countries vaccine rollout program.


As South Africa’s Department of Health races to vaccinate as many members of the adult population by the beginning of December, incentives are being used to encourage people to get vaccinated.


 As Covid-19 vaccination rates increase along with the move to Alert level one, updated regulations around local and international travel have been gazetted.


Goggle has announced a plan to invest $1 billion over the next 5 years to support Africa’s Digital Transformation.


The World Health Organisation’s Regional Director for Africa, Dr Matshidiso Moeti has announced that over the past week, new Covid-19 cases declined by 23%. This is the sharpest decline since the beginning of the third wave in July.


Africa’s skills revolution has put more young people in institutions of higher education, which will translate into a workforce that will grow and modernise the continental economy.

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