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Admire Moyo

Admire Moyo is ITWeb's business editor.

Enel solar plant fires up 200k Limpopo households

21 Sep 2017From left: Lamberto Dai Pra', Enel's head of Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and Australia; Francina Shongoane, community representative; John Motebele, regional councillor; and William Price, Enel's country head.

The Tom Burke facility, recently declared a national key point, can generate up to 122GWh per year.

MultiChoice looks to AI to boost offerings

21 Sep 2017DStv Now will now be available to all customers by the end of the year.

The company deploys IBM Watson to improve programming as well as customer engagement.

What Pick n Pay learnt from Bitcoin pilot

19 Sep 2017Regulatory authorities must establish a framework for managing the risks associated with cryptocurrencies, says Pick n Pay.

The retailer doesn't expect cryptocurrencies to unlock any significant new business in the near term.

Pick n Pay gambles with Bitcoin

18 Sep 2017Pick n Pay is one of the largest grocery retailers in SA.

The retailer will accept payments using the cryptocurrency at one of its Cape Town stores.

Eskom, energy regulator blasted over lack of transparency

15 Sep 2017SAWEA requested the regulator to probe Eskom's continued unwillingness to fulfil its mandate.

The South African Wind Energy Association has appealed to the energy regulator to do the right thing.

Historic merger creates killer combination

14 Sep 2017Michael Dell, chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies.

Dell Technologies, the world's largest privately-controlled tech company, witnesses explosive revenue growth following the Dell-EMC tie-up.

Renewables industry weighs options ahead of power deals

13 Sep 2017Outstanding power purchase agreements will be signed at the end of October.

The sector considers the legal, financial and credit risk implications on their projects before power purchase agreements are signed.

Regulator makes steady progress on POPI Act

12 Sep 2017The POPI Act regulations will be tabled before Parliament by the end of the year.

The Information Regulator publishes draft regulations and invites people to comment on them by 7 November.

Aarto needs to undertake tech catch-up

11 Sep 2017The demerit points system will penalise drivers who are habitual offenders.

The Road Traffic Infringement Agency admits to technology challenges, particularly as it is 20 years since Aarto was first mooted.

SADC citizens still being denied access to information

7 Sep 2017Communications minister Ayanda Dlodlo and DTPS deputy minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams at the SADC ICT Ministers' Meeting.

Of the region's population of 300 million people, only 16.3% are using the Internet.

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