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Paula Gilbert

Paula Gilbert is ITWeb telecoms editor.

FNB online, app keep growing

22 Sep 2017FNB CEO Jacques Celliers says the growth of the bank's digital platforms is \

The bank's digital business is booming, with customers on its banking app growing 29% over the past year, says FNB CEO Jacques Celliers.

DTPS readies first strategy documents from ICT White Paper

21 Sep 2017DTPS director-general Robert Nkuna.

Government prepares to send three strategy documents, arising from last year's National Integrated ICT Policy White Paper, to Cabinet.

SA SMEs head to South Korea to showcase solutions

20 Sep 2017DTPS minister Siyabonga Cwele.

DTPS minister Siyabonga Cwele leads a delegation, including five ICT-related small businesses, to the ITU Telecom World conference in South Korea.

EOH revenue jumps 21%

19 Sep 2017EOH group CEO Zunaid Mayet.

The technology services company reported another good set of results due to strong organic growth, complemented by strategic acquisitions.

FNB Connect plans to be users' primary SIM

14 Sep 2017FNB CEO Jacques Celliers.

The bank has 520 000 active mobile subscribers using its mobile virtual network operator, but wants more customers to use it for their primary number.

Jasco earnings take a hit

14 Sep 2017Jasco CEO Pete da Silva.

Tough economic conditions weighed on the JSE-listed group's financial results, with the second half of the year seeing a particularly sharp downturn.

Adapt IT CEO takes home R2.3m

11 Sep 2017Adapt IT CEO Sbu Shabalala.

Sbu Shabalala's salary increased 12% year-on-year but no top execs got a bonus in the past financial year.

New tech player to join JSE

8 Sep 20174Sight CEO and co-founder Antonie van Rensburg.

The JSE is welcoming its first tech listing in years, with 4Sight Holdings set to join the AltX next month.

Datacentrix helps boost Alviva earnings

7 Sep 2017Alviva CEO Pierre Spies.

Alviva's full year results were lifted by the good performance of recent acquisition Datacentrix.

What went wrong for iBurst

6 Sep 2017iBurst officially decommissioned its services at midnight on 31 August.

Analysts believe iBurst's demise was inevitable, as the technology failed to keep up with the aggressive roll-out of high-speed broadband by other providers.

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