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Leveraging digital labour platforms to provide jobs for graduates in Nigeria

The need to build greater resilience in Africa and globally has been clearly demonstrated by the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on our society.

Despite the growing redundancy of the proof of address requirement, it continues to present an obstacle to the unbanked and underbanked populations who want to access formal financial services.

When we think of the African diaspora, we often imagine large networks across Europe or North America and the indelible contribution they play to national culture and society.

How digitising customer due diligence can strengthen providers during COVID-19 and beyond

Expanded smartphone access in Africa underpins evolving consumer behaviour.

Modern financial crime has evolved significantly over the last few decades. Detecting these global networks of sophisticated crime has become more complicated than solving a thousand-piece puzzle in minutes and with half the pieces missing; humanly impossible

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, governments across the world are asking individuals to stay at home. Lockdown, self-isolation and quarantine are becoming a part of our everyday vocabulary as the world tries to slow the spread of the virus. Undoubtedly many of you have received a text message from your government urging you to stay home. The messaging may vary, but hopefully, you’ve received one that tells you that COVID-19 is a threat to your community and that staying home protects those around you.


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