Sibahle Malinga

Campus TV debuts at SA universities

Five major universities will roll out smart TV screens to reach students on campus.

12 hours ago

Facebook Watch notches up 400m viewers

The video-on-demand service has grown to over 75 million daily viewers, three months after its global roll-out.


SA blockchain platform Tari to tap ticketing app

US-based Big Neon sets out to modernise the ticketing industry through its partnership with local blockchain protocol Tari.


Local virtual banking platform shines at TechCrunch Africa

Bettr was named Africa's second most promising start-up at TechCrunch Africa.


Tshimologong, SAP bring Startup Guide to Joburg

The global start-up invites entrepreneurs to be featured in the Startup Guide Johannesburg book.


CapaCiTi calls on ICT firms to hire interns

The Cape Innovation and Technology Initiative call on local corporates to hire some of its 380 ICT graduates and 200 alumni.


CSIR names board of directors

The board of directors will bring specific domain expertise in the areas of science and technology, effective from 1 January.


Feature phones will impede plans to connect millions: Ndabeni-Abrahams

The availability of feature phones with no Internet access will slow down government's connected citizen ambitions.


Consumers have no faith in online security: Gemalto

Six in 10 consumers globally feel online shopping, social media and banking sites pose a risk to their personal data security, according to Gemalto.


Pupils win big at Youth Entrepreneurship Awards

Youth development programme Step Up 2 A Start Up awards young scholars over R2.5 million in prizes for their digital innovations.

5 Dec

Taxing robots is a bad idea

Imposing a tax on robots will not offset the social costs implied by automation, says the Department of Science and Technology's Rasigan Maharajh.


AIGS partners with POC on BI solutions

AIGS Insights will embed Yellowfin's business intelligence software into POC's data management solutions.

Sibahle Malinga
ITWeb journalist.

Sibahle Malinga, ITWeb journalist.