Commissioned by BankservAfrica and PASA, and together with Lipis Advisors, IQbusiness conducted research into the importance of the modernisation of payments infrastructure in ten countries that share key attributes.
The Path to Business Agility: Are You Ready For It?
Our latest research report explores best practices and maturity of agile adoption in South Africa.
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State Capture a Golden Opportunity
Growing optimism suggests South Africa is changing course on to a positive growth trajectory. The state capture inquiry, now formally gazetted, but still without clear rules, provides a perfect opportunity to demonstrate the significance of integrity and responsibility required from our leaders.
Your Company Needs to Be Agile
With technological disruption around just about every corner, an economy in flux, and customer behaviour changing as rapidly as it is, one thing is for certain in today's economic climate: nothing is for certain.
Cyril's New Deal May Be The Answer
More than half of SA's adult population doesn't have access to credit - the very antithesis of financial inclusion. But what is being done about this blatant inequality?
Adam Craker on Smile FM
IQbusiness CEO, Adam Craker is interviewed on Smile FM about the state of the South African economy, the current political climate, and the future of SA business.
IQbusiness Growth Report - 2016
In 2015, IQ Business, through its survey of 137 SMMEs, found that despite prevailing negative economic and political conditions in South Africa, a large portion of businesses polled felt they could - and should - be growing the economy.
IQbusiness Growth Report - 2015
President Zuma, recently declared that while South Africa’s economy, like many others around the world, was struggling to recover from the 2008 global financial crisis, it was wrong to assume that everything was “doom and gloom.”