South Africans believe automation threatens jobs
Locals are worried automation is putting many jobs at risk and the COVID-19 pandemic has fast-tracked the need for government intervention, says PwC.
COVID-19 accelerates growth of pay-as-a-service
The latest acquisitions and partnerships by payment intermediaries and banks are leading to the rise of pay-as-a-service platforms, says PwC.
South African CEOs zone in on automation, tech at forefront
Local chief executives in tech, telecoms and healthcare are more confident about medium-term growth compared to their peers in other industries, PwC’s CEO survey results show.
SA’s mining sector leans on tech for business resurgence
Research by PwC and the Minerals Council SA finds COVID-19 has accelerated the application of fourth industrial revolution technologies in mining.
Blockchain to boost global GDP by $1.7tn
New analysis by PwC shows blockchain technology has the potential to boost the global gross domestic product by $1.76 trillion over the next decade.
Mastercard leans on AI to fend off cyber attacks, breaches
The global bank card payment transaction processor is increasingly relying on artificial intelligence to keep the digital ecosystem safe.
Four ways banks can win the customer affinity battle
Digitisation is the top priority, says Darrel Orsmond, financial services industry head at SAP Africa.
Balancing ethics and privacy rights amid COVID-19
PwC’s Yvette du Toit presents at ITWeb Security Summit 2020.
PwC, Unicef partner to offer digital skills to SA youth
This collaboration will support young people who are currently outside of the workforce to develop 21st century skills to gain entry into the job market.
The value of economic crime increases in SA as the rate of reported economic crime decreases - PwC report
PwC reported on the overall insights of companies which have experienced, on average, six incidents over the past two years.
Disruption in Africa’s workforce presents opportunities aplenty for business leaders – PwC Africa report
Companies that innovatively rethink their organisational design in a digitally enabled world will have a competitive advantage by attracting a diverse workforce.