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Uber rival ushers in food delivery service

Bolt officially introduces its own food delivery service, which will launch in SA later this year.


Drones fly into SA’s insurance sector

Old Mutual claims it will soon be the first local insurer to deploy drones, together with drone mapping technology, in its operating model.


R150K investment in librarian robot Libby pays off

The University of Pretoria’s Department of Library Services has no regrets in purchasing Africa’s first librarian robot.


How AI helped TymeBank gain 670K customers

Innovative use of AI, machine learning and big data enabled the digital-only bank to gain thousands of customers within eight months of its launch.


The no BS guide to innovation

When done right, innovation is a commitment to a new way of working that could open new paths to business relevance and growth.


Who should be named IT personality, Visionary CIO 2019?

The nominations for the prestigious IITPSA President’s Awards are open till 1 September.


The world needs more women in the tech space

For women to access jobs for the 4IR, they need to be empowered with the correct skills and encouraged to enter STEM fields, says Christina Naidoo, COO, Huawei South Africa.


Vodacom uses tech to empower SA women farmers

The Vodacom Foundation expands its digital literacy programme to equip small-holder farmers with digital literacy and business skills. 


What3words system set to help during an emergency

The what3words addressing system and app will enable ER24 to locate patients where addresses are not possible to find.


3D printing tech tipped as key for medical industry

A new report shows 3D printing technology will disrupt the way personalised medicine is provided, with a market forecast to reach $8.1 billion by 2029.


AlphaCode awards R16m to eight fintech start-ups

The winning start-ups are under two years old and at least 51% owned by black South Africans.