Financial
2:00

Huawei's enterprise unit eyes $50bn revenue

The Chinese company aims to continue doubling the revenue of its enterprise business every two years, with the aim to reach $50 billion in five years.

3:00
Wednesday

SA Bitcoin firm Centbee raises R18.3m funding

The start-up company closes Series A round with entrepreneur Calvin Ayre, founder of Antigua-based investment firm Ayre Ventures.

8:00
Wednesday

EOH CEO voices frustration over Microsoft contract fallout

Stephen van Coller is a "little bit annoyed with Microsoft" but admits the companies could get back into business together in the future.

2:00

MiX Telematics 'disappointed' with cartel conduct probe

The company says its relationship with its channel partners is entirely in line with accepted competition principles.

2:20
Wednesday

Intel ditches 5G smartphone modem business

Following an agreement to dismiss all litigation between Apple and Qualcomm, Intel says it will exit the 5G smartphone modem business.

0:20
Dec 3, 2018

Payroll, aftermath of 2019 Budget Speech

CRS Technologies unpacks the key elements of the 2019 Budget Speech changes that specifically impact company payrolls.

2:00

Dynamic Technologies buys IndigoCube

The company continues with its acquisition trail, buying specialist software services provider IndigoCube.

3:50

Time for CFOs to ask critical IT investment questions

CFOs must take a more active role in the digital transformation of today's companies, says Charl Ueckermann, CEO at AVeS Cyber Security.

2:30

MiX Telematics faces prosecution for alleged cartel conduct

The Competition Commission charges the JSE-listed firm and other telematics providers with alleged anti-competitive behaviour.

3:00
Tuesday

'Extremely challenging' six months for EOH

A tough six months sees flat revenue and a headline loss per share for the beleaguered IT services company.

0:40

White paper: Regulating the Use of Cloud Computing by Financial Institutions

Cloud computing is transforming how IT is used by the financial services industry, says Microsoft.