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2:30

ShopESpot offers South African e-commerce solution

The new e-commerce platform allows organisations to build Web sites to market and sell their products and services online.

3:50

Dynamite comes in small packages

Sizwe Africa IT Group has partnered with Mamazalacom, whose cloud hosting solution is based on the Jelastic PaaS solution.

3:20

Government has high hopes for SITA’s reconfiguration

The State IT Agency’s reconfiguration process aims to position it beyond being a government procurement arm, says minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams.

3:40

VC landscape saw record investment, exit activity in 2019

Last year saw increased venture capital exits by investors in South African tech start-ups, with 50% of exit strategies reported as profitable.

2:00
Thursday

Food services marketplace gets Naspers backing

The Internet giant’s early-stage tech investment vehicle invests an undisclosed amount in Food Supply Network.

3:30
15 Sep

Google to help African SMEs get back on their feet

The company sets aside millions of rands for a COVID-19 response grant focusing on education, small businesses and jobseekers.

3:20

Free legal advice at the touch of an app

The Molao365 app aims to provide South Africans with much-need legal advice from qualified and experienced lawyers.

3:00
11 Sep

Ozow aims to up digital inclusion with new payment solutions

The digital payments company introduces new online payments solutions targeted at the under-banked, as its local user base reaches over 400 000.

2:40

Solarise Africa gets $10m renewable energy boost

The investment will be used to fund renewable energy project deployments on the African continent.

1:20
9 Sep

.ZADNA announces small fee increase for domain names

The authority says it has taken into consideration all submissions received and proposals on the matter.

4:40

Work begins on Africa’s first R3.4bn automotive city

The Tshwane Automotive Special Economic Zone will see SA’s automotive sector compete with global players and meet fourth industrial revolution demands.

4:10

New tender for student laptops; process under scrutiny

The contract will benefit 430 000 students in 26 universities and 300 000 students in 50 TVET colleges across the country.