2:00
Yesterday

R2.6bn investment for Liquid Telecom

The Pan-African telecoms group will receive investment to the value of R2.6 billion from the UK's development finance institution, CDC Group.

2:30

Local AI start-up taps into Nvidia expertise

Kriterion joins the Nvidia Inception programme, which is designed to nurture start-ups in artificial intelligence and data sciences.

2:10

ISPA welcomes ICASA mobile data competition probe

The Internet Service Providers' Association believes ICASA's investigation into mobile broadband competition is the "best news of 2018".

4:00
Yesterday

Africa sees strong Internet growth

For the first time, more than half of the world's population is now using the Internet, but only a quarter of those in Africa, according to the ITU.

1:50
Yesterday

Experian has sights set on Compuscan

The information services company announces plans to acquire Compuscan and ScoreSharp, as it looks to drive data innovation and financial inclusion across Africa.

1:40
Yesterday

Tech partnership to combat wildlife crimes online

The African Wildlife Foundation joins forces with Irdeto to stop the selling of animal parts on the Internet.

3:30
Yesterday

Canadian court weighs bail for jailed CFO of China's Huawei

The judge wants to hear will take responsibility for Meng's actions if she is released.

1:20
Yesterday

Google+ shutdown speeds up, new privacy bug affected 52.5 million users

Google will shut down its Google+ social media service in April, four months ahead of schedule.

2:20
Yesterday

Google CEO defends 'integrity' of products ahead of testimony

CEO Sundar Pichai said he led the company 'without political bias'.

2:10

CSIR names board of directors

The board of directors will bring specific domain expertise in the areas of science and technology, effective from 1 January.

2:30
8 hours ago

SITA 'not institutionally ready' for IoT

SITA plans to roll out IoT services and applications in 2019.

6:10
12 hours ago

First threats in a post-phishing world emerge

Many e-mail clients are built right into operating systems and can facilitate lateral movement for attackers, says XM Cyber.