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Raising money for kids at Telkom 947 ...

More than 30 000 cyclists will participate in the 20th edition of Joburg’s biggest cycling event, the Telkom 947...

posted on: Nov 14, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Flying the flag for the most tech-dri...

Martin Walshaw, senior engineer at F5 Networks, discusses how organisers made Rio a tech as well as a sporting...

posted on: Sep 6, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

T-Systems launches ‘Wayde’...

T- Systems South Africa recently undertook to sponsor South African track and field champion, Wayde van Niekerk....

posted on: Sep 1, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

SAP Sports One turns one

SAP Africa is celebrating the one-year anniversary of the SAP Sports One solution. The global adoption of SAP’s...

posted on: Sep 1, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Security scanners run smoothly in Rio

Nuctech’s preparation and back-up solutions have helped ease the intense security workload during the 2016 Rio...

posted on: Aug 19, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Xerox Corporate Golf Challenge 2016 b...

The Els Club Copperleaf, Johannesburg, will host the sixth qualifying round of the Xerox Corporate Golf Challenge on...

posted on: Aug 17, 2016 | author: Kathy Gibson

Blue Label extends Springbok partners...

SA Rugby announced on Thursday that Blue Label Telecoms has extended its partnership with the Springboks to cover the...

posted on: Aug 12, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Vox Telecom continues Golden Lions Ru...

Integrated ICT and infrastructure provider, Vox Telecom has renewed its sponsorship agreement with the Golden Lions...

posted on: Aug 4, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Nuctech finalises security for Rio Ol...

More than 250 Nuctech security scanners have been installed week ahead of the upcoming 2016 Olympic and Paralympic...

posted on: Aug 2, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Tarsus sponsors Joburg2Kili for Qhube...

Tarsus Technology Group, a leading distributor of IT hardware brands in Southern Africa has joined the Joburg2Kili for...

posted on: Jul 28, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

SA Rugby, Nashua partner on Currie Cu...

SA Rugby has welcomed Nashua to its family of partners, with the business solutions provider agreeing to a three-year...

posted on: Jul 14, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Blue Label Telecoms partners with SA ...

Blue Label Telecoms is partnering with SA Rugby for the Castle Lager Incoming series against Ireland. The Johannesburg...

posted on: Jun 6, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Cycling enters the digital era

It is well recorded in business citations that the adoption of digital technology provides a much-needed boost to stay...

posted on: Jun 7, 2017 | author: Allan Davison

Big data revolution has arrived in sp...

We are still in the early stages of a new era in sport: the era of big data. Most sports fans love statistics. ...

posted on: Nov 17, 2015 | author: Allan Davison

Adams & Adams moves into the fut...

South African law firm Adams & Adams, specialising in trademark and patent law and representing global brands...

posted on: Jun 13, 2011 | author: Allan Davison

Ellis Park World of Sport ready for 2...

While the 2010 soccer world cup is predicted to bring a massive surge in activity to South Africa’s...

posted on: Mar 9, 2010 | author: Allan Davison

Leisure market clicking away to be 20...

As the country prepares to host one of international football's most prestigious tournaments, the FIFA World Cup,...

posted on: Aug 4, 2008 | author: Allan Davison

IT adds a fresh dimension to sport

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) infrastructure is a key differentiator within business.  Trade and...

posted on: Feb 13, 2007 | author: Karen Matthews

Outsourcing minimises sports payroll ...

Payroll can be a complex area within any business, but the sports arena boasts an added level of intricacy with...

posted on: Dec 30, 2006 | author: Kathy Gibson

Broadcasters urged to use proven tech...

With preparations for the soccer World Cup in 2010 due to get underway in earnest this year, broadcasters and...

posted on: Dec 30, 2006 | author: Kathy Gibson

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