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Making promises about the legality of ivory trade is problematic in online spaces.
 
Making promises about the legality of ivory trade is problematic in online spaces.
E-tail giants struggle to avoid ivory trade

Online sales platforms including Amazon, eBay, Google, and Yahoo are all complicit in online ivory sales, willingly or not.

Huge Group moves listing to JSE main board

CEO James Herbst says Huge Group's move to the JSE main board will improve the liquidity of the share.

AltX-listed Huge Group makes the move to the JSE's main board, to join the likes of MTN and Vodacom.


Broken iPhones to qualify for Apple trade-in

Apple users are now able to trade in iPhones with broken screens for credit towards buying a new one.

Clumsy iPhone users will still be able to get credit on their broken devices when they trade them in for new ones.


Tender Watch: SITA changing tack?

This week's National Tender Bulletin hints at a new level of transparency being adopted at the State Information Technology Agency.


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Paris Mashile on shortlist for ICASA board

The former ICASA chairman is reportedly one of four nominated by the communications minister to fill the regulator's board.

WC residents feel pinch of Internet costs

On average, residents in the Western Cape spend 20% of their salaries to stay connected.

Mobile content easier to consume, recall

Research done by Facebook and Twitter shows people consume content differently on mobile devices compared to other mediums.

CWU calls for Muthambi's head

The labour body blames the minister for the slow pace of SA's digital migration process, among other issues.

Fitbit gives wearables a makeover

The new Fitbit Alta, which focuses on making fitness trackers more fashionable, will be released in SA later this year.

SITA pushes certificates backlog deadline

The agency missed the 31st January deadline to clear the student certificates backlog.

MTN Zakhele tries to quell investor fears

The recently listed empowerment scheme is still showing a "solid performance", despite MTN's troubles in Nigeria, says the telco.

Inoxico looks to boost African footprint

The company wants to use the R8.9 million cash injection it recently received to increase business on the continent.

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