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Telkom sponsors SA Olympics team

Telkom is the official Olympic sponsor of the South African Olympic and Paralympics teams. The multi-million rand...

posted on: Jun 3, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Mobile experience for French tourname...

Ericsson, as a key partner of the major French operators, has supplied 4G multi-standard radio solutions for all 10...

posted on: May 26, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

MTN promotes volunteerism

MTN SA, through its corporate social investment unit, MTN SA Foundation, is today pleased to announce the annual 21...

posted on: May 26, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

T-Systems sponsors Wayde van Niekerk

T- Systems South Africa is sponsoring 400m World Champion Wayde van Niekerk. The sponsorship will see T-Systems South...

posted on: May 17, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Real IRM launches IT4IT training prog...

Enterprise Architecture specialist Real IRM has launched a two-day training programme – aimed at certifying...

posted on: Apr 26, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

LG Mobile, Vodacom in Super Rugby dev...

LG Electronics has announced a Vodacom Super Rugby device partnership with Vodacom for 2016. The Super Rugby device...

posted on: Feb 26, 2016 | author: Allan Davison

Rugby analytics solution with Qlikvie...

Decision Inc has supplied a new statistical analysis company called Rugby Analytics with the QlikView data analysis...

posted on: Oct 19, 2015 | author: Allan Davison

Samsung announces ‘Support the ...

One of the biggest fans of the Springboks, Samsung has been driving consumer initiatives to get the nation to stand...

posted on: Oct 19, 2015 | author: Allan Davison

Kaspersky Lab extends Scuderia Ferrar...

Kaspersky Lab has announced the continuation of its sponsorship contract with the Scuderia Ferrari Formula One racing...

posted on: Oct 13, 2015 | author: Allan Davison

DiData publishes Tour de France data

Dimension Data, the global IT organisation processing and analysing the data coming from trackers under the saddles of...

posted on: Jul 31, 2015 | author: Leigh

Soccer in the cloud with SAP, City Fo...

SAP and City Football Group (CFG) have announced a global, multi-year marketing and technology partnership that will...

posted on: Jul 10, 2015 | author: Leigh

Tennis fans can watch the game on mob...

Ericsson is using its Networked Event platform to enable tennis fans around the world to follow the Collector Swedish...

posted on: Jul 10, 2015 | author: Leigh

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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