Yesterday

Vodacom CEO paid R50m

Shameel Joosub was paid almost R50.3 million before tax in the past financial year, while CFO Till Streichert made R16.1 million.

ICT skills survey 2018

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1 Jun

The race is on to attract and retain ICT skills.

Spree, Superbalist to merge

11 hours ago

The online fashion brands have announced a merger which will be effective next month.

Three new iPhones expected this year

Yesterday

Apple is expected to release three new iPhones in September, with reports speculating there will be two OLED models and a cheaper LCD device.

Information Regulator is hard at work

The Information Regulator investigates 242 public complaints, which include the Facebook and `master deeds' data breaches.

Glitch delays JSE trading

Yesterday

A technical issue delayed trading on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange by two hours this morning.

Mexico busts tech-savvy Germans at World Cup

The World Cup holders lost to Mexico despite deploying SAP tech for the team to "play at peak performance" during the tournament.

Liberty CEO labels hack criminal act

David Munro says the company is in full control of its IT systems, and notes the safety and security of customers' information remains top priority.

Liberty's IT infrastructure compromised

Saturday

The investment group tells customers that an external party has gained unauthorised access to its systems and requested compensation.

Cisco debuts new developer capabilities

Yesterday

Intent-based networking represents the next generation of open, IP-based systems, says Cisco.

Opinion and insight

AT&T/Time Warner deal gets thumbs up

A federal judge rules AT&T can proceed with its $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner without any conditions.

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Roundtable: FTTH and FTTB

FTTH and FTTB: What it means for your business

Fibre to the Home (FTTH) and Fibre to the Business (FTTB) are game changers, in that it means a lot more than just having a faster way to stream video services like Netflix and Showmax. This roundtable looks at how fibre will affect business and the country at large.