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Africa misses solar photovoltaic opportunity

Most countries on the continent lack well-crafted policies that can drive and sustain the growth of their solar markets.

Africa has plenty of resources for solar, as it is largely within the global sunbelt.


Uber stripped of London licence

Transport regulator says Uber's conduct poses risks to public safety and it would not renew its licence.


Epoq Legal sets its sights on SA

The UK-based legal technology company will enter the South African market in the first quarter of 2018.


FlowCentric Technologies shows off its BPM software

FlowCentric Technologies held a customer day at The Wanderers Club in Illovo, Johannesburg.


Crossfin makes second investment in two months

The SA-based fintech holding company merges portfolio firm Alacrity with IT services leader Saratoga.


Dell, EMC still operating as separate entities in SA

The legal process to finalise the transition is under way, one year after the historic merger.


Intersolar Middle East: Global PV Markets - Are The GCC Ready to Join the Global Solar Market Leaders?

The global PV demand is still dominated by China. EnergyTrend estimates its cumulative installed solar capacity to hit 125 GW by the end of 2017.


IBC2017 Reports Record Visitor Numbers in Its 50th Year

In its 50th anniversary, IBC2017 has confirmed a year-on-year increase in visitor numbers, marking a record attendance of 57,669 across the six day event.


Qlik named a leader by Forrester Research

The company has been named a leader in "The Forrester Wave: Enterprise BI Platforms With Majority On-Premises Deployments, Q3 2017".

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18 October | Focus Rooms, Sunninghill
ITWeb Industry Tech Update 2017
Toby Shapshak, editor-in-chief and publisher, Stuff magazine Tech update: How innovation is better in Africa
Toby Shapshak, editor-in-chief and publisher, Stuff magazine
Africa's solutions can benefit the rest of the world because they work in the harshest environments.