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5:00
Yesterday

IBM is no stranger to change

IBM's goal is to break down today’s most common barriers to innovation – closed systems, proprietary technologies, untrustworthy AI and insufficient security.

0:50
Yesterday

eBook: Accelerate with confidence

Drive your business forward with a data-driven approach to security.

4:40

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.

3:00
Friday

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.

2:50
Thursday

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.

3:40
Thursday

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.

0:10
Thursday

Video: Netcare and AWS healthcare solutions

AWS Cloud helps Netcare develop innovative, accessible and fast-to-market healthcare solutions.

3:20
Wednesday

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. 

3:40
Wednesday

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.

5:30
Wednesday

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.

3:20

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.

3:20

Inspired Testing opens registration for new academy courses

The global software testing company opens registration for a series of four new courses being offered from early 2022 as part of its Inspired Academy.