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Infobip recognised as Top Employer of the year for its people practices in Africa – African Business Magazine

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Infobip (Infobip.com), a global cloud communication company for businesses and a leader in omnichannel customer engagement, has been awarded the Top Employer certification for 2022 by the Top Employer Institution, which recognises excellence in people practices.

The organisation received recognition for its Human Resources (HR) policies, practices and procedures across its operation in four African countries, namely South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya and Morocco.

As part of the certification, Infobip received a Red Seal for being certified on a country level in the four different countries, as well as a Blue Seal for being certified across the African region.

Domenico Devescovi, VP General Manager Africa at Infobip, says the Top Employer certification positions the company as a leader in people strategies and practices and is beneficial for Infobip’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) readiness journey that it has embarked on.

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Infobip (Infobip.com), a global cloud communication company for businesses and a leader in omnichannel customer engagement, has been awarded the Top Employer certification for 2022 by the Top Employer Institution, which recognises excellence in people practices.

The organisation received recognition for its Human Resources (HR) policies, practices and procedures across its operation in four African countries, namely South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya and Morocco.

As part of the certification, Infobip received a Red Seal for being certified on a country level in the four different countries, as well as a Blue Seal for being certified across the African region.

Domenico Devescovi, VP General Manager Africa at Infobip, says the Top Employer certification positions the company as a leader in people strategies and practices and is beneficial for Infobip’s Initial Public Offering (IPO) readiness journey that it has embarked on.

Adding significant value

“Being recognised as a Top Employer will also add significant value to our talent sourcing and retention capabilities, allowing us to build stronger teams and to strengthen our engagement in Africa,” says Devescovi.

“Additionally, it is also important to note that this is the first time that Infobip has been recognised as a Top Employer across any of its operations across the globe. So, we are proud to say that Africa is leading the way in this area.”

Reshanda Jooste, People Operations Lead for Africa at Infobip, explains that the organisation had to meet rigorous criteria and undergo a strict process to achieve the Top Employer certification.

“Firstly, we needed to subject our HR policies, practices and procedures to evaluation. Once these were pre-approved, we needed to complete an HR Best Practices survey, which is an international benchmark that all organisations that participate in this programme must complete.

“Thereafter, organisations receive overall scoring, followed by comparative feedback on HR for their activities. This is useful as it allows you to gain insight into other organisations’ people practices,” says Jooste.

Minimum criteria

Jooste adds that to qualify for entry into the programme, companies must have a minimum global headcount of 2 500. She adds that the certification criteria was the same for all four African countries, as Infobip’s HR practices on the continent are aligned with its global strategy.

“The Top Employer certification is valid for a year and can be reissued on a yearly basis, provided that the organisation completes the process every year. At this stage, Infobip signed an agreement to be part of the programme for the next three years and to go through the process on an annual basis,” adds Jooste.

She points out that the Top Employer Institute’s certification differs to that of other organisations as it is based purely on an audit of processes and not on customer and employee satisfaction scores. External auditors are brought in to audit Top Employee participants to ensure compliance and the integrity of the final results.

“Attaining this certification would not have been possible without teamwork and collaboration. Those are truly the values of Infobip and that is why we were able to be compliant and achieve this great milestone,” she concludes.

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Infobip.

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Business Unity South Africa wants review of regulations against road transport of high-cube containers – FreshPlaza.com

Business Unity South Africa (Busa) has asked Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula to urgently review applicable regulations that make it illegal to transport high-cube shipping containers on South African roads. These high-cube containers are the same length (12.19 m) and width (2.44 m) as a standard shipping container, but are 30 cm taller (at 2.89 m), adding 9.7 m3 of internal space when compared to a 66.5 m3 standard container.
Busa argues that high-cube containers constitute the overwhelming majority of containers currently manufactured and transported internationally, including in neighboring states. However, the organization points out that the combined height of a vehicle transporting a high-cube container is currently 4.6 m – 300 mm above the legal limit. That is why Busa requests Mbalula to urgently review Regulation 224 (b) of the National Road Traffic Act that currently prohibits the transportation on South African roads of high-cube containers.
Busa spokespeople claim that, in light of South Africa’s suboptimal levels of economic growth, investment and employment, the country cannot afford such costly and time-consuming regulation of a sector so critical to the operations of a modern economy.
Source: engineeringnews.co.za

Business Unity South Africa (Busa) has asked Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula to urgently review applicable regulations that make it illegal to transport high-cube shipping containers on South African roads. These high-cube containers are the same length (12.19 m) and width (2.44 m) as a standard shipping container, but are 30 cm taller (at 2.89 m), adding 9.7 m3 of internal space when compared to a 66.5 m3 standard container.

Busa argues that high-cube containers constitute the overwhelming majority of containers currently manufactured and transported internationally, including in neighboring states. However, the organization points out that the combined height of a vehicle transporting a high-cube container is currently 4.6 m – 300 mm above the legal limit. That is why Busa requests Mbalula to urgently review Regulation 224 (b) of the National Road Traffic Act that currently prohibits the transportation on South African roads of high-cube containers.

Busa spokespeople claim that, in light of South Africa’s suboptimal levels of economic growth, investment and employment, the country cannot afford such costly and time-consuming regulation of a sector so critical to the operations of a modern economy.

Source: engineeringnews.co.za

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Business panel says Africa should improve infrastructure while waiting for AfCFTA to take effect – cgtn.com

Workers build a highway in Cairo, Egypt, on Nov. 2, 2021. Egypt will be transformed by 2024 into one of major global hubs for transport and logistics through a massive 10-year plan to modernize its transport infrastructure, Egyptian Minister of Transport Kamel al-Wazir has said. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)
African nations need to establish and/or reinforce their infrastructure to meet the looming implementation of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), a panel of speakers participating in the UK-Africa Investment Conference said.
Workers build a highway in Cairo, Egypt, on Nov. 2, 2021. Egypt will be transformed by 2024 into one of major global hubs for transport and logistics through a massive 10-year plan to modernize its transport infrastructure, Egyptian Minister of Transport Kamel al-Wazir has said. /Xinhua
“For the African free trade area to function effectively, the goal would be [to have] effective infrastructure, transport, energy and digitalization,” said Africa Union infrastructure, energy and information and communications technology commissioner, Amani Abou-Zeid.
She added that Agenda 2063 – which is the African agenda for integration and the blueprint and master plan for transforming the continent into a global powerhouse of the future – would facilitate the AfCFTA, as well as other integration projects.
“I am happy to say that, as we speak, we have large programs for regional and transcontinental infrastructure, including transport. Same thing for energy. Last June, we launched the African single electricity market. “Along with that, we have the African single air transport market, and as I speak, 39 countries have joined that market and we are in the process of creating that new market,” said Abou-Zeid.
Diageo Africa supply chain director Colin O’Brien said that, through the AfCFTA, the opportunity to be able to export competitively and sustainably from African markets into other markets in the region is “really attractive”.
Photo taken on Oct. 14, 2020 shows the Nairobi Expressway under construction at Bellevue in Nairobi, capital of Kenya. (Xinhua/Charles Onyango)
However, he said infrastructure, and particularly transport infrastructure, as well as the ability to move products freely from one market to another, will be very attractive for Diageo and will build on the efficiencies of operations it has in some of its big markets.
“The other big opportunity we see is around electricity and renewable energy in particular and creating grids where markets [with] big renewable energy potential can export electricity across the region,” said O’Brien.
He added that having the potential to avail that renewable energy in markets that are a little more challenged in terms of having electricity, is hugely important.
Unilever Africa finance VP Mikateko Tshetshe cautions that the European version of AfCFTA took over 30 years to establish and that AfCFTA will take just as long.
She says serious investment and a mindset of using what Africa already has in place as it develops the required infrastructure will help AfCFTA to “actually operate optimally”.
“The investment we need from the community on this particular platform is investing in road, rail and air transportation. Investing in systems that will enable Africa to integrate and obviously also providing any best practices and knowledge to help ensure we are creating an effective market that is well integrated for technology”.

Workers build a highway in Cairo, Egypt, on Nov. 2, 2021. Egypt will be transformed by 2024 into one of major global hubs for transport and logistics through a massive 10-year plan to modernize its transport infrastructure, Egyptian Minister of Transport Kamel al-Wazir has said. (Xinhua/Ahmed Gomaa)

African nations need to establish and/or reinforce their infrastructure to meet the looming implementation of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), a panel of speakers participating in the UK-Africa Investment Conference said.

Workers build a highway in Cairo, Egypt, on Nov. 2, 2021. Egypt will be transformed by 2024 into one of major global hubs for transport and logistics through a massive 10-year plan to modernize its transport infrastructure, Egyptian Minister of Transport Kamel al-Wazir has said. /Xinhua

“For the African free trade area to function effectively, the goal would be [to have] effective infrastructure, transport, energy and digitalization,” said Africa Union infrastructure, energy and information and communications technology commissioner, Amani Abou-Zeid.

She added that Agenda 2063 – which is the African agenda for integration and the blueprint and master plan for transforming the continent into a global powerhouse of the future – would facilitate the AfCFTA, as well as other integration projects.

“I am happy to say that, as we speak, we have large programs for regional and transcontinental infrastructure, including transport. Same thing for energy. Last June, we launched the African single electricity market. “Along with that, we have the African single air transport market, and as I speak, 39 countries have joined that market and we are in the process of creating that new market,” said Abou-Zeid.

Diageo Africa supply chain director Colin O’Brien said that, through the AfCFTA, the opportunity to be able to export competitively and sustainably from African markets into other markets in the region is “really attractive”.

Photo taken on Oct. 14, 2020 shows the Nairobi Expressway under construction at Bellevue in Nairobi, capital of Kenya. (Xinhua/Charles Onyango)

However, he said infrastructure, and particularly transport infrastructure, as well as the ability to move products freely from one market to another, will be very attractive for Diageo and will build on the efficiencies of operations it has in some of its big markets.

“The other big opportunity we see is around electricity and renewable energy in particular and creating grids where markets [with] big renewable energy potential can export electricity across the region,” said O’Brien.

He added that having the potential to avail that renewable energy in markets that are a little more challenged in terms of having electricity, is hugely important.

Unilever Africa finance VP Mikateko Tshetshe cautions that the European version of AfCFTA took over 30 years to establish and that AfCFTA will take just as long.

She says serious investment and a mindset of using what Africa already has in place as it develops the required infrastructure will help AfCFTA to “actually operate optimally”.

“The investment we need from the community on this particular platform is investing in road, rail and air transportation. Investing in systems that will enable Africa to integrate and obviously also providing any best practices and knowledge to help ensure we are creating an effective market that is well integrated for technology”.

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