Tag Archives: Zimbabwe
06
Feb

Social media blackouts on the rise in Africa

Africa has seen increased communication blackouts in recent times, especially during times of elections, protests and political unrest. Shutting down social media has greater repercussions than the temporary limitation of communication which governments have imposed.

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21
Nov

Understanding migrating multinationals: An #OpenAfricaMag Feature

Helena Barnard, a full professor at GIBS talks to why multinationals migrate from one country, one continent to another. She also sheds light on the complexities.

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15
Nov

Pepe Marais – a man of substance and purpose: An #OpenAfricaMag Q&A

Pepe Marais, chief creative officer of Joe Public United, co-founder and chairman of One School at a Time answers some Open Africa questions on business, the creative industry and building a Pan African creative agency.

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