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EnterpriseOct 3, 2018

EOH financial director steps down

John King has resigned from the EOH board of directors, effective 30 November 2018, after being financial director for more than ten years.

ComputingJan 11, 2018

BCX CEO to join iamtheCODE as board advisor

SA's Ian Russel will join the likes of World Economic Forum's Nana-Yaa Appenteng as part of the movement's board advisory team.

BusinessMar 9, 2016

Who's eating your lunch?

The "Uberisation" trend of industry disruption by an unlikely competitor has become a global phenomenon, says IBM SA's Hamilton Ratshefola.

TelecomsDec 8, 2015

Alcatel launches unfussy feature phone

The simple, low-cost Alcatel OneTouch 2004C is aimed at senior citizens and available from Vodacom.

TelecomsMay 13, 2015

2015's top high-end sellers

Orange shares its list of top-selling products and smartphones for the first quarter of the year.

ComputingJul 18, 2011

Industry bids farewell to Redshaw

Chairman of Bytes UK and non-executive director of Altron, David Redshaw, has passed away.

ComputingMay 30, 2011

First World Tickybox for informal sector

Vox Telecom is targeting growth and development in the second economy with its new communications offering for the informal sector.

SecurityApr 26, 2011

ANC site hacked - peri-peri anyone?

The ruling party's official Web site was hacked on Friday, redirecting visitors to a Turkish site advertising shoes and foodstuff.

WirelessApr 5, 2011

Cell C loses 'power' battle

The ASA again dismisses Cell C's claims against Vodacom, as the service providers clash over their slogans.

ComputingMar 31, 2011

Is Samsung fibbing about specs?

While the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is being pushed as the thinnest tablet to date, some evidence suggests otherwise.

SecurityMar 31, 2011

ANCYL site hacked

In what could be an early April Fool's joke, the Youth League's Web site is hacked with a post announcing Julius Malema's resignation.

NetworkingMar 29, 2011

Mobile content provider targets Africa

SMS Streamer establishes its headquarters in Cape Town, in the hope of expanding into the African market.