| ||01/04/2019 - 09:33|
At present, e-business in Africa remains a challenge. It may be better than it ever has been, but the truth is that lower literacy and internet penetration levels continue to limit the growth on the continent. However, this will not remain the status quo for long, as smartphone proliferation increases, data costs decrease and usability improves. Wallets, now commonplace, are an excellent example of this', bypassing the continent's challenges around depositing, withdrawing and transferring cash, as well as buying airtime and electricity. read more
| ||16/08/2018 - 10:44|
Online and mobile payments are taking off in Africa as a combination of improved internet access, advanced financial systems and widespread mobile penetration help spur demand for services. However, the ability to pay and accept payments on the continent are not without their challenges, principally around risk and settlement. read more
| ||17/07/2018 - 09:30|
DHL, the world’s leading international express services provider, today announced its partnership with e-commerce giant, MallforAfrica’s new platform, Marketplace Africa, to help online retailers bring African-made products to the US and global market. read more
| ||07/06/2018 - 12:25|
DHL, the world’s leading international express delivery services provider, has unveiled MyDHL+, an industry-leading global shipping application that brings new levels of speed and simplicity to the often confusing and complicated cross-border shipping process.
| ||10/04/2018 - 10:29|
It’s about the lifestyle you are selling, not your product. read more
| ||14/02/2018 - 09:54|
Today’s consumer is a lot different than the consumer of 5 years ago, or even one year ago. Consumers today are making purchases both on and offline, through mobile devices, and even social channels from all over the world. Retailers are transforming their business strategies to engage these consumers, wherever they are, but not every retailer is seeing the payoff for their efforts. read more
| ||28/06/2017 - 10:26|
There needs to be less cargo transported by road and more by rail that was the message from Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies as he launched the Musina Intermodal Terminal (MIT). read more
| ||27/02/2017 - 15:18|
Cross-border online retail predicted to grow at twice the rate of domestic e-commerce (CAGR: 25%) until 2020. Retailers can grow 60% faster with a premium service offering.