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Yesterday

More partners ditch Facebook’s Libra crypto project

In a blow to Facebook’s ambitions, major payment companies including MasterCard and Visa have quit the group behind the project.

2:40

SAP CEO Bill McDermott calls it quits

The company appoints Jennifer Morgan and Christian Klein as co-chief executive officers, effective immediately.

2:40

Loss-making Cell C mulls asset sales

The mobile operator’s fibre-optic network and base of billed customers are up for grabs, according to a report.

3:30

Western Cape gets the nod from renewable energy sector

The province is set to play a major role as the country forges ahead with its renewable energy push.

2:20

Streaming giant Netflix’s market share slumps

A new report on global subscription video-on-demand platforms says Netflix’s market dominance is declining but it remains a leader in original content.

2:40

SA carries out Africa’s first robotic knee replacement op

A Johannesburg hospital is the first in Africa to carry out a total knee replacement operation using a Mako robot.

3:30

NEC XON, Mimosa bring hybrid fibre wireless to SA

The new partnership will offer hybrid fibre wireless services, which use millimetre wave technology to provide affordable, high-speed hybrid Internet services.

2:50

Home affairs to roll out face, iris recognition system

The Department of Home Affairs will soon deploy the next phase of its automated biometric identification system, which uses face, iris and palm print for authentication.

5:50

ICT Tenders – Money for Microsoft

This week’s National Tender Bulletin confirms the strength of the software giant's position in government's IT environment.

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