Tag Archives: African
25
Jan

Bridges that connect us: A group art exhibition at Ornico City

Johannesburg (/dʒoʊˈhænᵻsbɜːrɡ/; Afrikaans: [joˈɦɐnəsbœrχ]; eGoli; Jozi; Joburg. Our city. Our home. As Ornico celebrates the firm’s relocation to the heart of Jozi, we would like to extend a warm welcome to clients, the media, business, all stakeholders and art lovers to join us at this prestigious gathering.

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08
Dec

Ecommerce security in Africa: #OpenAfricaMag Q&A with Schalk Nolte

Ecommerce, in the form of online shopping and online banking, is often held up as the key to prosperity in Africa — a way of ‘leapfrogging’ past the obstacles of poor infrastructure. But there is a flipside to this convenience: the ever-present threat of fraud. Wherever money changes hands, you’ll always find someone who wants to take it away illegally, and buyer, seller and banker are all potential targets.

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25
Oct

Growing small business is key to Africa’s Economic Growth – #OpenAfricaMag

According to Yogavelli Nambiar, who leads the Enterprise Development Academy at Gordon Institute of Business Science, with about 80% of startups in South Africa failing within the first 2 years, the answer lies in bridging the gap between businesses that fail and those that succeed.

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24
Oct

For Sale! Braai Day outshines Heritage Day

Why is Braai Day increasingly edging out Heritage Day in SA media, and what’s behind the blazing commercial phenomenon that is causing upset with a large sector of consumers on social media? Brand Intelligence™ firm, Ornico, analysed ads associated with Heritage Day to discover who’s lighting Braai Day’s commercial fire.

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