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New comms minister in surprise Cabinet reshuffle

President Jacob Zuma appoints Mmamoloko Kubayi as communications minister, moves Ayanda Dlodlo to home affairs.

New communications minister Mmamoloko Kubayi.


Truecaller to establish SA offices

The call-blocking mobile app company plans to make Africa a key priority region, with headquarters in SA and Nigeria.


Airbnb pledges $1m to African 'community' tourism

The travel technology giant will commit $1 million into community-led tourism in Africa through a series of initiatives over the next three years.


Pick n Pay online visitors grow

The retailer has seen a 32% year-on-year increase in visitors to its Web site.


North Korea likely behind Taiwan Swift cyber heist: BAE

BAE cyber intelligence chief Adrian Nish says he expects the group to continue to target banks.


Adobe warns of hackers exploiting Flash

The malware, FinSpy or FinFisher, is a commercial product typically sold to nation states and law enforcement agencies to conduct surveillance.


Riverbed to extend flexibility of Microsoft cloud storage

Riverbed SteelFusion Azure-Ready Edge extends the flexibility and benefits of Azure cloud storage out to the edge of the network.


Britehouse awarded Oracle Cloud Excellence Implementer status

It is the first partner in SA to be accredited with this status for the human capital management and financial management suites in the SADC region.


EFTsecure celebrates 1 000% growth

Callpay is celebrating a record 2017 by offering all new merchants free online payment processing for the remainder of the year.

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