Universities scramble to regain lost ground, fund new tech
Fourth industrial revolution requires more fitting definition
The fourth industrial revolution should be seen as an evolution of technological transformation, rather than revolutionary change, advises professor Barry Dwolatzky.
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Pineapple bags R80m investment after growing 200%
The Johannesburg-based insurtech start-up is on an expansion drive after securing a Series A funding round of R80 million, from various investors.
Young adults get chance to create, customise Wills online
Cliqtech partners with Metropolitan GetUp to allow young South African adults to create and customise their Wills online.
On-demand, online liquor shop enters SA e-commerce sector
The Liquor.co.za online shopping site aims to shake-up the e-commerce market, targeting consumers and high-volume alcohol businesses.
Telkom targets e-commerce, big data, fintech investments
The telco says it has now reached the inflection point where the profitability of new revenue streams exceeds that of its legacy revenue streams.
Users ‘most curious’ about WhatsApp’s Ts & Cs
The popular messaging app’s legal terms and policies for users are the ones people are most curious about, reveals a survey.
Dell Technologies helps GOAL during pandemic
The company is working with global humanitarian non-profit, GOAL Global, in developing an IT strategy that allows the continuation of life-saving global operations during the pandemic.
Controlling technology spend during an epidemic
COVID-19 turned technology expense management on its head, as business resilience faced its toughest test when excessive spending was not an option.
Online #RiseUpSA Campaign helps looted SMMEs
Local technology firm One Linkage establishes an online portal to help SMMEs affected by the recent riots to rebuild and restart their businesses.
Global coalition revises benchmark for internet affordability
The Alliance for Affordable Internet urges governments to ensure the cost of 5GB broadband is no more than 2% of the average monthly income by 2026.