US to foster digital ecosystem in Sub-Saharan Africa
US companies are bullish about the opportunities on the continent, building undersea cables, as well as expanding the number of data centres.
Here’s how SA companies can retain their IT talent in 2022
A lack of visibility around the issues that remote employees face has become a significant problem for IT teams, says Loubna Imenchal, head of video collaboration at Logitech AMECA.
Dynabook to ship enterprise smart glasses to SA
The company formerly known as Toshiba plans to offer its smart glasses with a starting price of R40 200.
Cheaper, stable connectivity on the cards across SA
Spectrum allocation will enable substantial new telecoms investment, including 5G rollout, says government.
MTN SA, Solidarity clash over retrenchments
The union accuses MTN of acting callously, while the telco calls it out for falsifying the retrenchments narrative.
MTN SA CEO bets on Ayoba to rival WhatsApp
Ayoba has a fair chance in Africa, as not all people use WhatsApp across MTN’s markets, says Charles Molapisi.
Vodacom decries Africa’s restrictive digital economy policies
Policy-makers must create an enabling regulatory environment that supports the secure flow of data, says the telco.
MTN SA opens multimedia centre in Mogale City
The new multimedia centre is handed over to Mogale City’s Naga Lipudi Career, Science and Resource Centre.
Making the case for international SMS
International SMS remains a viable and practical way to grow and sustain businesses in two key industries.
Medicine selection a bitter pill to swallow
Healthbridge has applied the power of AI to make medicine selection faster and safer than traditional methods of prescribing, says Gerrie van Zyl, founder and chairman of Healthbridge.
GovChat inks five-year extension with COGTA
The partnership will be in effect for another five years, to deliver more services to the South African public.