Faranani DocTec8 hours ago

Faranani DocTec: Empowering women in SA's tech industry

By prioritising gender diversity, Faranani DocTec says it is not only empowering women, but also contributing to a more inclusive and innovative tech industry in SA.


Phakiso Mataitsane: From street vendor to tech leader, philanthropist

Phakiso Mataitsane's journey from a street vendor to a tech leader and philanthropist exemplifies resilience, innovation and a deep commitment to making a positive impact on society.


Help recognise female excellence in SA’s tech sector

Submit your nominations for the inaugural Wired4Women Awards by 18 March.

Sony28 Feb

900 jobs lost as Sony restructures PlayStation unit

The layoffs will cut 8% of Sony Interactive Entertainment’s global workforce and affect employees across all regions.

Huawei28 Feb

Huawei ranks among SA's top employers for seventh consecutive year

This year, 12 Huawei representative offices received Top Employer accreditation, up from 11 last year.

Cue28 Feb

Local tech start-up Cue bags R38.3m funding

Planning to expand after securing R38.3 million seed funding, Cue appoints its executive founders to C-level leadership positions.

Mabili27 Feb

Unleashing SA's tech potential

Mabili is committed to upskilling 10 000 students a year.


Creating a cyber-savvy workforce

CRS cultivates a cyber-savvy workforce by providing its people with a comprehensive understanding of the role they play in maintaining cyber security, says Roy Evans, IT manager at CRS Technologies.


Political parties make tech a key feature in manifestos

All three of South Africa’s biggest political parties’ manifestos ramp up their ICT plans, as they prepare to do battle for votes at the polls on 29 May.

EOH23 Feb

EOH appoints Andrew Mthembu as interim CEO

The executive chairman will assume the role of interim CEO for a period of up to six months, or until a new CEO is appointed.


Tech layoffs take toll on SA software developers’ salaries

The number of local developers retrenched in the past 12 months doubled, leading to salary growth stagnation and reduction in salary increases.


Bytes CEO resigns amid share trading storm

Neil Murphy notifies the board that he made a number of trades in the company’s shares that had not been disclosed.