IOCO Tech16 Feb

Cyber resilience vital in threat-ridden business environment

The new cyber tech innovation era will enable organisations to rethink cyber security and respond to new threats amid breakneck global change.

Zandaux15 Feb

Zandaux sets up South African operations

The Pan-African B2B marketplace launches its third African operation, with an ambition to become the “Alibaba of Africa”.

Stitch13 Feb

Huge demand for tap-to-pay offerings in SA

Demand for tap-to-pay offerings – such as contactless payments via Apple, Samsung and Google Pay − is on the rise in SA, says Stitch.


What are you looking for?

GIS data has made search functions more spatially aware and contextually relevant across industries, says Brian Civin, chief sales and marketing officer at AfriGIS.

SOLshop12 Feb

VC firm looks to disrupt SA’s R5bn retail grocery market

Skywell Capital Partners has established two digital platforms, SOLshop and SOLmate.


Democratising artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence is upon us, and it will make business even more competitive − is your organisation ready?


Revolutionising retail

Data can provide a variety of 'golden nuggets' that will allow retailers to stay ahead of customer demands – and competitors, says Nicole Adriaans, business executive: Data & Analytics at iOCO.


DCDT to review SAPO’s exclusivity on small parcels delivery

The ministry invites public comments on plans to review SAPO’s exclusivity.


Tactile, Elo debut Elo Pay 7-inch integrated payment POS terminal in SA

The enterprise-grade terminal boasts a seven-inch touch display, runs on the latest Android 12 OS and is powered by the Qualcomm SD660 processor.


FNB pulls plug on tap-to-pay functionality

The contactless payment tool, which underwent maintenance this week, will no longer be supported from April, says First National Bank.

SOLmate2 Feb

SOLmate sees increased cashless transactions in SA

The local fintech start-up reports strong demand for its digital wallet, with its user numbers growing 100% year-on-year.


Mastercard takes 14 interns for YES initiative

The company increases its commitment to the programme by taking in 14 interns this year, a rise from the previous year's intake of 12.