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.
The "Uberisation" trend of industry disruption by an unlikely competitor has become a global phenomenon, says IBM SA's Hamilton Ratshefola.
The simple, low-cost Alcatel OneTouch 2004C is aimed at senior citizens and available from Vodacom.
Orange shares its list of top-selling products and smartphones for the first quarter of the year.
Chairman of Bytes UK and non-executive director of Altron, David Redshaw, has passed away.
Vox Telecom is targeting growth and development in the second economy with its new communications offering for the informal sector.
The ruling party's official Web site was hacked on Friday, redirecting visitors to a Turkish site advertising shoes and foodstuff.
The ASA again dismisses Cell C's claims against Vodacom, as the service providers clash over their slogans.
While the Galaxy Tab 10.1 is being pushed as the thinnest tablet to date, some evidence suggests otherwise.
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.
SMS Streamer establishes its headquarters in Cape Town, in the hope of expanding into the African market.
A new pilot project in KwaZulu-Natal will use new technology to fight TB.