Economics lesson sparks idea for SA fashion brands online store
NOWNOW eyes expansion into other fashion hubs, as it charts its journey to becoming the biggest African online marketplace for fashion designers and brands.
Netflix, Showmax numbers surge on COVID-19 lockdown
Video-streaming interest rises locally and globally, in some instances doubling from pre-COVID-19 crisis peaks.
Loyalty underpins e-commerce in 2020 as world goes digital
Retail professionals agree: 2020 will mark a significant year of development, with loyalty at the core of digital commerce.
The future of commerce… and it’s not made from bricks or mortar.
The secret to succeeding in business, even in uncertain times and a turbulent global economy, lies in moving your shop online, says Web Guru.
ACS-Embrace develops, shares free copy and paste link to help SA SMEs comply with COVID-19 Web site regulations
Proudly South African ACS-Embrace develops a free, accessible, responsive banner, enabling users to add the COVID-19 portal to their landing pages.
Ndabeni-Abrahams apologises for ‘breaching’ lockdown rules
The minister issues a public apology via social media, conveying her “deepest regret” for violating lockdown regulations.
Ndabeni-Abrahams placed on special leave, ordered to deliver public apology
President Cyril Ramaphosa decides to suspend communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams for two months, after she violates the country’s lockdown regulations.
Remote working success depends on people, not just tech
As painful as the pandemic is, it presents an opportunity to test and fine-tune remote working, from the technology aspects, to the HR considerations.
Comms minister in hot water for ‘breaking’ lockdown rules
Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams will face president Cyril Ramaphosa after a social media post purports her to be breaking lockdown rules.