Regina Pazvakavambwa
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.

Local tutoring platform plans international growth

3 hours ago

SkillUp aims to tap into the global online tutoring market, with the advantage of offering comparatively low-cost, highly-skilled South African tutors.

Local recruitment start-up Giraffe raises funding


The company plans to expand its team; grow its customer base and revenues; and prepare for international expansion.

Local medical technology start-up wins Merck support


EMGuidance will be joining the Merck Accelerator with backing of up to €50 000 after winning the Merck Health Tech Prize.

MIA Telecoms unveils new cloud telephony solution

The iServ UC enterprise cloud telephony solution incorporates centile, Epygi and Cisco Technology.

Billions of data breaches in 2017: report

16 Apr

About 2.5 billion records were stolen, lost or exposed worldwide in 2017, an 88% increase from 2016, says Gelmato.

SA's mobile Internet users place trust in browsers

13 Apr

One third of the Internet users believe a mobile browser offers more privacy features than a standalone social media app.

Gates-funded accelerator invests $200k in African start-ups

13 Apr

DFS Lab, which is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is backing four African fintech companies.

IFC introduces employment advisory services program

This will help tertiary institutions provide relevant, quality and affordable education with robust links to employment.

Absa seeks answers to Africa's education problems

It has unveiled an online platform which invites graduates to solve real-world challenges affecting the continent's education sector.

CRM the largest of all software markets

Worldwide CRM software revenue amounted to $39.5 billion in 2017, overtaking database management systems at $36.8 billion.

Worldwide integrated systems revenue to reach $12.3bn

It is forecast to increase 18.4% in 2018, from $10.2 billion in 2017, says Gartner.

Ecobank's mobile app reaching 4m users

It has upgraded its app, and has attracted three million new customers in just six months, the Pan-African bank says.