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Samsung re-invents itself for Africa

Kathy Gibson reports from Samsung Africa Forum in Cape Town – Samsung is re-inventing itself in Africa,...

posted on: Feb 23, 2017

Dell pioneers ocean plastics packaging

Dell is helping to keep the oceans free of plastic and has announced the technology industry’s first shipment of...

posted on: Feb 23, 2017

Policies would advance digital economy

The GSMA has launched a new report that encourages governments to pursue policies that incentivise investment and...

posted on: Feb 23, 2017

In post-app era, messaging and VPAs grow

A new Gartner mobile apps survey shows that the number of consumers using messaging apps and personal assistant apps...

posted on: Feb 23, 2017

Uber partners to improve security

Uber South Africa aims to improve safety and security with new partnerships with multiple security response services....

posted on: Feb 23, 2017

Phishing attacks are after your money

Almost half of all phishing attacks (fraudulent email messages or copycat websites that appear legitimate) registered...

posted on: Feb 23, 2017

What to expect at MWC 2017

posted on: Feb 23, 2017

As eyes turn to the Mobile World Conference (MWC) in Barcelona this month (27 February – 4 March), Ovum’s analyst team have gathered...

$1m fund to inspire African innovation

posted on: Feb 23, 2017

Sage has launched Sage Foundation’s $1-million Enterprise Fund, open to non-profits in Africa with enterprising ideas to help improve the lives...

Babies benefit from T-Systems, Wayde Dreamer...

posted on: Feb 23, 2017

T-Systems South Africa, as part of its Nation Building Initiative and extension of their partnership with 400m World record holder, Wayde van Niekerk...

Cell C buy would make sense for Telkom

posted on: Feb 22, 2017

Reports have surfaced today that Telkom is might be looking to acquire Cell C for R13-billion – and analysts believe there is a lot of merit in...

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