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22/09/2014

Equal pay for equal work is introduced in South Africa: Lessons from the UK experience

By Tilly Harries, Employment Lawyer and Natalie Dye, Employment Lawyer On 1 August 2014, President Zuma declared the coming into effect of the Employment Equity Amendment Act. Described by the President as a “key achievement for women”, the new law will allow female employees in South Africa to demand the...

15/09/2014

PwC Business School in Zambia

By Nasir Ali, PwC Zambia Country Senior Partner PwC Zambia announced the launch of the PwC Business School on 20 February 2014 in Lusaka, Zambia. The PwC Business School provides distinctive opportunities for professional learning and development tailored for directors, executives and managers, other PwC clients and PwC employees. Nasir...

09/09/2014

A continent on the move: global mobility in Africa

By Alan Seccombe, Partner, Human Resource Services African economies have been transformed since the 80s. Today, Africa has become the "ultimate frontier" to conquer and the growth rates seen in many countries continue to attract investors. Companies in Africa expect to send more people on international assignments in the coming...

02/09/2014

Why Africa, Why Now?

By Paul Cleal, Partner, Chair of Africa Business Group The positive phrase Africa Rising is now almost as common as the negative images we used to see about Africa throughout most of the previous several decades. Civil wars, coups d'état, natural disasters and famines seemed to be the only news...

27/08/2014

The war for talent, a key challenge for african CEOs

By Edouard Messou, Territory Senior Partner, PwC Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa African economies have been transformed since the 80s. Today, Africa has become the "ultimate frontier" to conquer and the growth rates seen in many countries continue to attract investors. For historical reasons during their development, certain countries have been faced...

The Maghreb, a hotbed of regional champions

By Noel Albertus, Managing Partner PwC Advisory Maroc and Francophone Africa Advisory Leader The Maghreb is taking full advantage of its remarkable location at the crossroads of Europe, Africa and the Middle East to become a unique platform for development. Its traditional businesses are being transformed into the region's champions...

14/08/2014

Opportunities for business in Francophone Africa

By Bernard Gainnier, Chairman & Territory Senior Partner at PwC France & Francophone Africa Francophone Africa has become a territory full of opportunities for business. Countries of the Maghreb have become a critical hub for a lot of companies, should they be European or African, in many areas. North Africa...

Africa is open for business

By Suresh Kana, Territory Senior Partner, PwC Africa Africa is open for business. Inflows of foreign direct investment have reached record highs and GDP growth across the continent averages 5.1%, according to the IMF. These are positive signs, but what do business and government leaders on the ground have to...

Welcome to Africa Upfront

By Paul Cleal, Partner, Chair of Africa Business Group Welcome to Africa upfront. Through our new blog we will give you access to our experts working within our Africa practice and across the Globe. We’ll aim to keep you posted with regular updates of what’s happening in the marketplace, what...