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MICT SETA CEO, top managers suspended

The chief executive, Oupa Mopaki, and three other managers pit on precautionary suspension following allegations of corruption.

'SA government should look into deploying blockchain'

In future we will see more governments and private organisations collaborating to be at the forefront of deploying this technology, says Hans Hultgren.

Riverbed rebrands to focus on digital performance


It will work with companies to achieve their digital transformation and help them rethink how their businesses should work.

Three's a crowd as new taxi app enters SA


Israel's Weride selects SA to be one of the first markets to launch its taxi app, as it looks to rival other e-hailing transport services.

Celebrity influencers not always the best fit

New research turns the tables on traditional social media influencer theory, showing smaller, concentrated audiences could be more useful for brands.

Broadcom targets smaller deals


The company is likely to pursue smaller acquisitions of chipmakers after its failed hostile takeover bid to acquire rival Qualcomm.

One Channel scoops FlowCentric award


It won the FlowCentric 'Most Innovative Partner of the Year' award for AcuFlow.

To send or not to send

A company's e-mail marketing could land it in legal trouble in the EU.

Technology and education: why outsourcing IT makes sense

Schools of any size and sector can enjoy the benefits of IT just as companies do: without the cost burden, management headaches or legacy.

White paper: Guide to IT asset management success

ITR Technology's white paper outlines seven steps.

Capitalising on new insurance opportunities in East Africa

Consolidation is taking place in the East African insurance market due to rising capital requirements and mergers with international firms looking to gain a foothold in the region, says Ashok Shah, group CEO of APA Apollo. [Local rep: SilverBridge]

BI trends to take note of in 2018

New technologies will help companies realise a return on investment in business intelligence and analytics, say experts.

Maximising data in the private and public sector

There is a lot of data stored on public and private platforms that has not yet been exploited to its full potential, says Sita's Dr Setumo Mohapi.