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Most of our work in Genesis touches on the major challenges of the day as we work with our clients on realising solutions. Here are a few of the recent articles by staff that have been published. More articles are under the News and Insight section on on the site.
Benefits of Central Bank Digital Currencies for African Countries
Genesis has been doing some fascinating work in the Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) space and the blog sets out our argument for why central banks in developing countries should explore CBDC. Financial Services Strategy partner Bavani Naidoo explores the benefits here.
Africa’s individual Covid-19 epidemics require unique responses
Africa has just over 34,800 cases of Covid-19. While this is a large number, it pales in comparison with other regions of the world. It is increasingly important for African countries to assess their own epidemics, and not feel pressured to apply a “one size fits all” approach, no matter who is advising them
Bridging the digital divide is crucial in the battle against Covid-19
Any doubts as to the severity of the Covid-19 pandemic ended when South Africa went into a full-scale lockdown. Manager of Digital Economy team Mark Schoeman writes that none will feel it more than our country’s poor who do not have access to the digital coping strategies that are being put forward.
Investments in EdTech: Looking beyond the Covid-19 lockdown
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused massive disruption to education globally, forcing school systems across the world to close. As mitigation measures are considered to preserve education outcomes, the discussion has largely revolved around the role that education technology (EdTech) can play in enabling remote learning.
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