Financial
3:40
Thursday

More problems at EOH as Qlik cancels contract

US-based software provider Qlik and EOH have ended their contractual relationship due to “commercial differences”.

3:50

Africa is last growth frontier for fintech companies

Sub-Saharan Africa will become a flagship for mobile disruption by 2025, with 600 million of the population expected to use mobile technology.

5:00
Wednesday

Absa in tech risk balancing act

As the bank introduces digital solutions, its key challenge is dealing with an increase in fraud, particularly incidents related to social engineering.

3:40
Wednesday

Taking the high ground on a new investment opportunity

Since its legalisation at the end of 2018, the cannabis industry has proven to be an emerging market, says CM Trading.

3:50

Scale your way through manufacturing’s tough times

Modernising is a fact for manufacturers if they want to maintain their competitive edge, but it’s not so easy to accomplish, says nCoded Solutions.

2:40

Plan now to optimise cloud spend

Swopping a Capex and Capacity model for a Cost Control and Resource Optimisation approach is key to managing cloud spend effectively, says Nico Erasmus, senior SAM consultant, Blue Turtle Technologies.

2:50

Global spend on blockchain solutions balloons

International spend on blockchain solutions is expected to reach R41 billion by the end of the year, driven by banks, says IDC.

4:50
Tuesday

Uptick in South African women chasing crypto-currency

Most South African exchanges say more women are now dabbling in crypto than in previous years.

2:30

Intuate Group presents flexible contact centre offering

The Nixxis Unified Digital Communication platform will levy no additional licence fees should an agent utilise more than one communication channel at a time.

4:20
12 Aug

Union outraged by MTN plan on stores

The Communication Workers Union says MTN is acting in bad faith and it will continue to challenge the operator’s jobs bloodbath plans.

3:20
12 Aug

Naspers leads $125m investment in Indian online marketplace

The Internet and media group invests in India-based Meesho, with participation from Facebook and existing investors.