Legal departments left behind in digital initiatives

Eight in 10 corporate legal departments are unprepared to support their organisations' digital initiatives, says Gartner.


Tshimologong, SAP bring Startup Guide to Joburg

The global start-up invites entrepreneurs to be featured in the Startup Guide Johannesburg book.

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Mastercard plans to displace cash

The global payments company says a major part of its future strategy is to find digital solutions for people still transacting in cash.


SA's AMA.ZING calls it quits on Zimbabwe

Citing unsustainable operating conditions, AMA.ZING has announced its decision to withdraw from Zimbabwe.

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Samsung to shut mobile phone plant in China's Tianjin

The South Korean company plans to cease operations at one of its Chinese manufacturing plants by the end of the year.

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Chinese state media urges Canada to defy US, free Huawei executive

China's Global Times pleads with Canada to distance itself from US hegemonism and free Huawei's Meng Wanzhou unconditionally.


MTN, Nigeria central bank case postponed

A court has adjourned the case between MTN and the Nigerian central bank to 22 January 2019.


Innovation Hub names new CEO

Pieter Holl assumes the position of chief executive at the tech and innovation agency.


Local VC firm seeks 'world-changing' ideas

With a million rand war chest, Clive Butkow's Kalon Venture Partners is looking to invest into world-changing local start-ups.


CapaCiTi calls on ICT firms to hire interns

The Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative call on local corporates to hire some of its 380 ICT graduates and 200 alumni.


Using data visualisation to meet business objectives

Data visualisation clarifies factors that influence behaviour, and helps businesses understand their products and identify any shortcomings, says Pernod Ricard.


Netskope uncovers a new family of IaaS adware

The malware generates revenue through ads related to Bitcoin mining and fake search engines.