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5:00

ITWeb TV: How Standard Bank beat payday glitches with R25bn IT spend

Group CIO Jörg Fischer reveals how much the big-four bank is spending on IT annually and how the month-end IT glitches that left customers frustrated were resolved.

3:30

Trend Micro unpacks AI-centric cyber security strategy

Cyber security company outlines strategy at the local leg of its Risk to Resilience World Tour.

5:00

Helios Towers targets expanded rural connectivity

The telecoms tower infrastructure company’s ambition is to provide coverage for an extra 20 million people by 2026.

4:50
Amazon13 Jun

Global e-tailers’ SA entry is double-edged sword for couriers

Local couriers face a unique set of challenges and opportunities, as Amazon, Shein and Temu disrupt SA’s e-commerce market.

6:20

MultiChoice CEO downplays turbulence at DStv operator

With a diversified business portfolio and the relaunched Showmax video streaming platform, the company will turn around its fortunes, says Calvo Mawela.

2:50

Pick n Pay sees uptick in Bitcoin payments in stores

The retailer’s crypto payments jump to R1 million a month in sales, as shoppers pay for groceries, data, airtime and municipal bills using the digital currency.

2:10

Partnerships for growth: Huawei Cloud Partner Network gains traction in SA

Huawei Cloud, through its global Huawei Cloud Partner Network, is empowering local partners to grow their businesses and help customers transform.

1:20
Cell C12 Jun

Cell C franchises company-owned stores

The franchise model has proven to be successful, with franchising stores performing 14% better than the company-owned facilities, says the telco.

4:50

MultiChoice bleeds subscribers amid revenue decline

The company’s overall active subscriber number drops by 9%, with group revenue decreasing by 5% to R56 billion.

1:40
Telkom12 Jun

Telkom expects earnings jump in full-year results

Stronger operational performance, driven by continued demand for next-gen technologies, contributes to improved earnings.

5:20
Bolt12 Jun

Blocking of Bolt drivers is persecution, say operators

Bolt operators are furious over the blocking of 6 000 drivers on the platform, saying they are being “persecuted” for no valid reason.

6:10
SkyWire12 Jun

Reunert’s SkyWire deploys 400 hi-site towers for last-mile connectivity

The fixed wireless access network provider aims to increase its tower footprint across SA, while introducing 5G-like and fibre-equivalent offerings.