Digital Economy
3:00
Yesterday

Samsung officially launches its payment service in SA

The South Korean electronics manufacturer introduces Samsung Pay in SA, but not all local banks are compatible yet.

3:30
Yesterday

Uber takes issue with proposed legislation

The e-hailing taxi company voices its concerns regarding the proposed amendments to the National Land Transport Act, including the licensing of drivers.

3:40
Monday

Business Process Management is not an IT function

Who should drive an organisation's critical BPM efforts? The answer is not as obvious as you would expect.

3:10

UWC to offer immersive tech diploma

The accredited postgraduate diploma will incorporate augmented reality and virtual reality.

3:30

Telecoms ministry commits to women empowerment in tech

The department supports the TechnoGirl Trust, to empower young women from previously disadvantaged communities to participate in the digital economy.

4:30

Bitcoin ATMs to by-pass crypto-currency exchanges

SA is set to get more crypto-currency ATMs following a deal that will see Virtual Crypto's products flood the region.

3:00

MTN Business seeks problem-solving apps

As MTN Business urges app creators to enter its annual app awards by 6 September, a previous winner tells ITWeb the secrets of its success.

2:30

NTT Corporation plans to grow global business, drive innovation

NTT Corporation will establish a new global holding company under NTT Corporation by the third quarter of the fiscal year ending 31 March 2019.

3:00

Rittal displays edge computing for key industries

Rittal's edge and cloud data centres support the needs of the financial sector.

5:10
Thursday

Dissecting Bitcoin's latest price drop

Experts expose the various factors that contributed to the latest drop suffered by the world's most popular digital currency.

4:50
Thursday

Absa joins Sovrin Foundation in blockchain, security push

Using Sovrin's decentralised distributed ledger technology will help Absa solve client identity challenges and decrease financial transaction costs.