Liberty may face Europe's GDPR wrath after hack

Because of its European stakeholders, the insurer's hacking could be the first South African incident subject to the General Data Protection Regulation.

ICT skills survey 2018

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The race is on to attract and retain ICT skills.

Court finds Vodacom, Transnet contract 'lawful'

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The South Gauteng High Court rules against MTN's attempt to set aside a Vodacom contract with Transnet worth R325 million.

Uber, Taxify drivers demand higher percentage split

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Drivers from the e-hailing companies took to the streets yesterday to protest lower income margins due to rising fuel prices.

Rubben Mohlaloga's suspension up in the air

The ICASA chairperson challenges his guilty judgement, making it difficult for minister Nomvula Mokonyane to suspend him from his post.

Spree, Superbalist to merge

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

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Consumer permission is not compliance

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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.