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Sage volunteers support Strides Towers School with career readiness day

19 July 2016

Volunteers from Sage – the global market leader for integrated accounting, payroll, and payment systems – have partnered with Sesôr Africa, a Nigerian non-profit organisation, to provide career readiness guidance to Strides Towers College in Lagos, Nigeria.

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Working to live, not living to work: New global research throws out conventions on millennials in the workplace

05 July 2016

A thirst for personal success motivates entrepreneurs in South Africa and Nigeria.

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E-commerce explosion offers new opportunities for Kenyan entrepreneurs

29 June 2016

Kenya’s electronic commerce market is primed for major growth in the next five years as mobile internet performance continues to improve, a proposed national addressing system comes into existence, and people become more comfortable with digital transactions.

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Has the economic downturn led to companies cutting down on mobility?

27 June 2016

By Steven Cohen, Head of Sage One International (Africa, Australia, Middle East and Asia)

During these tough economic times, businesses have more incentive to start reviewing their systems and processes to find ways to become more profitable.

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Fight financial fraud in your business by getting the basics right

23 June 2016

By Donovan Marais, Channel Manager, Sage Pay

Financial fraud is still a huge threat to both enterprises and Small & Medium Businesses – even though there have been big advancements in technology such as 3D secure authentication and more robust payment solutions.

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Security Alert: Starting an online business?

21 June 2016

By Daryl Blundell, Managing Director, Sage SSB (Start-up and small business) Accounting South & Southern Africa.

More and more Small & Medium Businesses are setting up e-commerce sites, thanks to increased access to the Internet and mobile services, a growing middle class and the availability of online tools that are easy to use.

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Payroll fraud: a serious threat to your business’s sustainability

17 June 2016

Payroll is one of the largest expenses for Small & Medium Businesses and larger enterprises in West Africa, yet many organisations are neglecting the importance of managing the risk of fraud in this area of the business.

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Mobile money could give Kenyan entrepreneurs a business boost

10 June 2016

Much has been said and written about how person-to-person mobile money transactions are transforming Kenya’s economy, but the technology also has the potential to help entrepreneurs take their businesses to the next level.

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Sage Foundation launches Saturday School in partnership with Afrika Tikkun

09 June 2016

Sage Foundation in partnership with Afrika Tikkun, has launched the Sage Foundation Saturday School in Diepsloot, Gauteng. Afrika Tikkun is a non-profit organisation that works towards a future where today’s children and youth are tomorrow’s productive citizens.

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