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Facebook boss to apologise to European Parliament over data scandal

Facebook founder: Mark Zukerberg

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg will say sorry to the European Parliament on Tuesday, pledging that the social media giant has learned hard lessons from a massive breach of users’ personal data.

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Leveraging digital disruption to shape resilience and inclusiveness in Africa

Africa remains the fastest growing mobile markets – the continent continues to grow faster than any other continent at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of six percent for the next five years, reaching close to one billion mobile subscriptions by 2023. In this time, more than 90% of the population in Africa will subscribe to a mobile service.

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Begho to speak on how best to promote innovation, entrepreneurship in Africa in South Korea

The Chief Executive Officer of Future Software Resources Limited, Nkemdilim Begho, will join Heads of African State, delegations of 80 member countries, international organizations, government establishments, public corporations, private businesses, financial institutions, press, among others in South Korea to tell the story of how best to promote innovation and entrepreneurship in Africa.

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Tech dynamism: Banks to face more regulatory pressure — SAS

As one of the most regulated industries in the world, banks are under pressure to not only comply with constantly changing regulations but also to modernise their systems, so that they can reduce compliance costs, improve efficiency and effectiveness in risk management processes, stay competitive in the age of the FinTech, and innovate on risk assessments during new product development, to better serve their customers.

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