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Regina Pazvakavambwa

ITWeb portals journalist.

Regina Pazvakavambwa is an experienced Journalist with a demonstrated history of working in the online media industry. She has worked for ITWeb for about four years. She is a strong media and communications professional with an Honours in Media Management focused in Communication Journalism, and related programmes. She is also a coffee and social media addict, loves photography and reading. She has ambitions of being a bestseller author….writing her first page as we speak.


InnovationsAug 31, 2018

Funding remains hindrance to SA entrepreneurs' success

Difficulty in accessing early stage funding and angel investors remains a challenge for entrepreneurial development in SA, says Seed Academy.

BroadbandAug 31, 2018

Ruckus supports Facebook's Express WiFi initiative

Ruckus Networks joins Facebook's Express WiFi Certified ecosystem to help bring more people online.

ComputingAug 28, 2018

Wits introduces master's degree in digital business

The master's degree will prepare managers to recognise and harness new digital technologies.

SoftwareAug 27, 2018

SkillUp introduces coding programme for kids

The Cape start-up aims to equip kids with fundamental coding skills to help them navigate the ever-changing world of technology.

IOTAug 24, 2018

African agritech start-ups encouraged to enter VivaTech

The VivaTech 2019 Challenge conference is looking for agritech start-ups with AI-based solutions.


Comair, Infinea team up to create new tech firm

The technology joint venture, Nacelle, will be a service provider in aviation and related sectors, providing IT operations, support and software development.

ComputingAug 21, 2018

Online platform connects schools with funding, resources

AlumnusOnline aims to link schools with corporates that adopt and support educational institutions.

ComputingAug 17, 2018

UWC to offer immersive tech diploma

The accredited postgraduate diploma will incorporate augmented reality and virtual reality.

SecurityAug 13, 2018

WhatsApp flaw used to spread scams

Researchers discover a flaw in WhatsApp that allows hackers to intercept and manipulate messages.

ComputingAug 8, 2018

SA sees more digital initiatives focusing on learners

I-Innovate, Qberty and IFS introduce programmes to help students excel in the digital age.

Mobile BusinessAug 6, 2018

Standard Bank introduces virtual card, Samsung Pay

The bank adds a virtual card and Samsung Pay, which enables tap-to-pay, to its digital payments ecosystem.

Mobile BusinessAug 3, 2018

Mr D Food app hits a million downloads

The company has processed over R500 million in orders through its mobile app in the last 12 months.