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Vodacom's African struggle continues

The operator is still on the hunt for acquisitions in Africa, although prospects are limited.

Vodafone CEO Vittario Colao says there have been fewer opportunities than expected in Africa.


SA Connect is doomed to fail

The connectivity project lacks funding, clarity on Telkom's role, and a definitive implementation plan from government.


Matsepe-Casaburri: a true comrade

Alison Gillwald, executive director of Research ICT Africa, responds to ITWeb's recent story on late minister Ivy Matsepe-Casaburri.


Fighting cyber crime in Nigeria

Nigerian cyber criminals believe in networking, and make use of the slightest opportunities available for financial gain.


Makro targets wholesales online

The retailer will soon offer wholesalers a virtual store, just like its consumer-oriented online offering.


#Hack Jozi challenge finalists named

Entrepreneurs with digital solutions to some of the city's problems will compete for R5 million in backing.


Cognition will grow skills base

The company wants to add to its analytical abilities as it pursues a 'knowledge economy' strategy.


Google to pay new CFO $70m

The Internet search giant will pay new CFO Ruth Porat more than $70 million in the next two years.


New UN investigator to probe digital spying

The United Nations' top human rights body agrees to appoint a special investigator to probe violations of online privacy.

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26 to 28 May / Vodacom World, Midrand
William (Bill) BinneyInternational keynote: William (Bill) Binney, former NSA director
Bill spent more than 30 years working at the NSA, and has been described as one of the best analysts in its history. He left the agency in 2001, having publicly disagreed with its data collection policies. During his keynote he'll draw back the veil and reveal what the state-adversary looks like from the inside.

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