Sibahle Malinga

Local insurtech firm Click2Sure secures Greenlight funding

The digital insurance platform receives an undisclosed amount of funding to channel into its global business development operations.


NGO creates citizen journalism app for communities

The app is aimed at helping community members share their personal stories of social, economic and gender injustice.


HAVAÍC buys equity stake in Instant Property

The funding will be channelled towards Instant Property's digital resources and African expansion plans.


Mobile payment app for schools expands offering

The Karri mobile payment app will now include collections for any local organisation.


African organisation of the future is autonomous

Automation technologies will present infinite opportunities for African businesses, says Oracle.


Security, software skills top demand list

Over 40% of organisations struggle to fill vacant ICT positions, reveals ITWeb's recent skills skills survey.


SAP sets ambitious target for Africa Code Week

The digital skills initiative has empowered 1.8 million pupils with digital skills, as SAP sets its sights on 600 000 more for 2018.


SA sees rise in online banking, SIM swap fraud: SABRIC

In 2017 digital banking cyber crime cost the local banks more than R250 million in gross losses, says SABRIC.


Former BCX CEO, SweepSouth founder join CiTi board

The technology incubator prepares for massive scale up across SA.


SA fintech launches Bitcoin Cash app

The app allows users to send Bitcoin Cash to their mobile contacts or make purchases from merchants across the globe.


Thoughtonomy, DigiBlu boost virtual workers in Africa

The companies collaborate to bring Thoughtonomy's Virtual Workforce platform to African organisations.


Israeli 'hacking school' to develop next-gen 'cyber defenders'

The global cyber security training firm opens an office in SA to provide organisations with knowledge and tools to defend their critical systems.

Sibahle Malinga
ITWeb journalist.

Sibahle Malinga, ITWeb journalist.