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3:40
Yesterday

Nedbank notches up 1.7m digitally active customers

The bank witnesses a 30% growth rate across its digital banking platforms, with over one million app downloads.

2:40

Cape start-up creates digital catering marketplace

Boozeonline lists caterers for a variety of different types of functions and allows users to choose based on best fit.

7:40
Friday

2019 ICT in perspective: Disappointments and successes

Local ICT analysts look back to see if their predictions for the year came true and delve into what 2020 has in store.

6:40

Local banks unite in crackdown on fraudulent debit orders

After implementing the DebiCheck electronic authentication system, local banks are witnessing positive results.

0:40

White paper: Key benefits of cloud deployment for today’s digital enterprise

Cloud computing is a major driver of growth for businesses that want to win customers.

1:40

Mauritius plans to issue digital currency

The Bank of Mauritius is considering introducing a digital currency, according to its governor Yandraduth Googoolye.

5:50

Manufacturing 2.0 and scientific management

Manufacturers should take digital modernisation seriously: it is the next evolution in the world that manufacturers created through management sciences.

4:30

ANC backs CompCom’s #DataMustFall findings

The governing party urges speedy action to ensure the findings and recommendations on mobile data pricing are implemented.

2:10

World’s first ISO-approved drone standards announced

The new international safety and quality standards are set to have a massive impact on the future growth of the drone industry.

2:40

OKI Europe unveils commercial printer

The Pro9541WT A3+ digital transfer media printer delivers vibrant CMYK+White colour with no daily maintenance requirements.

5:00
Thursday

Key lessons from Microsoft in 2019

Mint Group has distilled the five most crucial things it has learned from Microsoft in the past year.

3:00
Thursday

Automation’s transformative power will change banking

Automation will make it easier for customers to bank digitally, ultimately improving engagements and ensuring that the bank’s service is more efficient, says Andrea Tucker, Research and Development Head at e4.