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President unpacks details of R131bn green energy deal
The multibillion-rand offer by the US, UK, Germany and EU does not mean the country must accept any unfavourable terms, says president Cyril Ramaphosa.
Mobile marketing start-up Mobiz gets R64m funding
The start-up says part of the investment will be used to hire more staff in South Africa and support its commercial expansion to the US.
Business implored to prioritise digital inclusion over profits
Telkom Group CEO designate Serame Taukobong says business must take a long-term view of digital inclusion, and not prioritise short-term gains.
Winning African developers reveal power of Huawei’s Apps UP competition
Coresthetics, one of the award winners, is a digital fitness coach that aims to help health-conscious individuals reach their fitness goals.
Video: Netcare and AWS healthcare solutions
AWS Cloud helps Netcare develop innovative, accessible and fast-to-market healthcare solutions.
IBM, National Youth Development Agency in digital skills pact
IBM joins forces with the National Youth Development Agency in SA, as part of a global plan to provide 30 million people with new skills by 2030.
New SA software platform adds video spin to job interviews
Local tech start-up interviewME gives firms looking to hire talent a video-driven, digital solution to optimise their recruitment processes.
SA’s NFT market falls behind as buoyant counterparts cash in
As the blockchain-based cryptographic trend booms across the globe, research shows South Africans are less likely to own NFTs compared to global counterparts.
Motsepe’s ARC joins consortium to seal R1.5bn fintech deal
African Rainbow Capital will acquire 37% of fintech firm Crossfin through a consortium, for R600 million, in a combination of acquisitive and growth capital.