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4:40
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17 years later, POPI Act delays continue

Although South Africans’ personal data is increasingly being exposed, there is still no commencement date for the much-anticipated law.

1:10
15 Jan

Protecting privacy in the 4IR

Building trust ensures customer and employee loyalty in an economic downturn.

6:50
15 Jan

ICASA blames Cell C litigation for ongoing number porting scams

The latest unauthorised ports could have been avoided if the regulations were not held back by Cell C litigation, says ICASA.

2:10

Nigeria withdraws MTN multibillion-dollar tax claim

MTN is off the hook in Nigeria following the attorney-general’s decision to withdraw a $2 billion tax claim.

3:30

Luno’s crypto predictions for 2020

Marius Reitz, Luno GM for Africa, makes some crypto-currency predictions for 2020.

2:10
Dec 20, 2019

Another blow for Uber as German court bans the taxi app

A German court rules the ride-hailing company doesn’t have the necessary licence to offer passenger transport in that country.

4:40
Dec 18, 2019

Incubator SmartXchange at loggerheads with ICT lobby group

SmartXchange dismisses allegations by the Progressive Blacks in ICT that it operating more of a “landlord” than an incubator.

3:00
Dec 9, 2019

ISPA challenges proposed blocking of adult Web content in SA

The body says proposals to block all adult Web content will not protect children.

2:00
Dec 9, 2019

Accused Internet streaming services pirate gets R2k bail

SAPS arrest a suspect in Cape Town for selling pirate Internet streaming devices and online content subscriptions.

2:00
Dec 6, 2019

AWS boss takes aim at Trump over defence contract

CEO Andy Jassy criticises the decision to award the $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defence Initiative contract to Microsoft.

2:50
Dec 5, 2019

Huawei sues FCC over ban from rural US

The company fights order banning carriers in rural America from tapping the Universal Service Fund to purchase Huawei equipment.

5:20
Dec 3, 2019

Vumacam defends Joburg smart camera network

The company says it does not have facial recognition tech enabled in its street cameras, nor does it profile people.