SA must address shortcomings to unlock e-commerce boom
Telkom defends spectrum refarming application
ICASA says this marks the next critical milestone in its effort to finally release this much-needed spectrum.
Chinese firm YOA to expand Durban fibre plant
Yangtze Optics Africa Cable will expand into a bigger factory in Dube TradeZone 2 in Durban.
Coding, robotics added to Edu Inc’s curriculum
The Johannesburg-based private school now offers coding and robotics as part of its hybrid education model.
Coding, robotics curriculum resumes at SA schools
The Department of Basic Education continues with the pilot curriculum at schools after the pandemic-induced delay.
Tech sector firms should brace for continued resignations
Companies in the global tech sector will see the highest number of employees quitting their jobs, says PwC.
Mega science SKA project reaches 10-year mark
SA commemorates a decade since it was announced as one of the hosts of the Square Kilometre Array telescope project.
BCX tech tracks COVID-19 in wastewater
The automated platform synchronises data on COVID-19 in wastewater for early detection.
VW’s maths initiative offers pupils online tutoring
The three-year pilot programme will benefit 1 000 high school learners in Nelson Mandela Bay.
Broadcom to buy VMware in $61bn deal
Following the closing of the transaction, the Broadcom Software Group will rebrand and operate as VMware.
'Connected information' really is power
Technology can help turn sales and debtors books into powerful tools to grow profits and build customer loyalty.
Marrying the old and the new and finding the right skills to enable your IT plans is critical to modern business success.
Of cupcakes and sharks
Discovery Bank’s business model is all about using incentives to get people to make better financial decisions. Head of client insights, Akash Dowra, tells us more.