Legal View
6:30
Friday

Numsa slams govt over renewable energy bias

The trade union plans massive strike and court action over the Eskom split, saying government wants to privatise the power utility to the renewables sector.

2:00

Tech innovations require good governance

Firms that use revolutionary technologies take on the greatest risks, and should know how to mitigate these, says Capitec's Isabella Hofmeyr-Pretorius.

10:10
Thursday

What you need to know about new data regulations

Customers will soon no longer be automatically pushed into out-of-bundle billing, as new ICASA regulations come into force.

1:40
Tuesday

Opt for multi-layered approach to risk management

Technology now exists to make downtime a thing of the past, says Redstor's Danie Marais.

3:30

Why ICASA can't fire Rubben Mohlaloga

The disgraced chairperson remains on the regulatory authority's payroll, as the final decision to remove him from his post rests with the National Assembly.

3:50
Tuesday

UK calls for tighter regulation of 'digital gangster' Facebook

Legislators in the UK claim Facebook intentionally and knowingly violated the country's privacy and competition laws.

4:10
Tuesday

Microsoft contract drama hurts EOH stock

The IT services company's share price fell over 10% yesterday as more details emerged about the cancellation of a lucrative Microsoft contract.

5:00
Monday

MTN denies bribery of former SA ambassador to Iran

The SA telco denies it ever paid former ambassador Yusuf Saloojee any money to help it gain its Iranian licence.

2:40

Court sentences ICASA boss to 20 years

The regulatory authority's disgraced chairperson, Rubben Mohlaloga, has reportedly been sentenced to 20 years behind bars.

2:10
15 Feb

Uganda deports MTN CEO

Wim Vanhelleputte has been forced to leave Uganda and MTN says it "has not been notified of the grounds for the deportation".

2:50

Only 34% of SA organisations ready to comply with POPI Act

Sophos reveals the findings of a new study on the state of POPI compliance within South African organisations.