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.

MiX Telematics donates iPads to special needs schools

The technology is intended to assist learners in overcoming learning difficulties, says MiX Telematics.

UCT students take 2nd place at BAT competition

Three University of Cape Town students took second place at the Battle of the Minds competition.

Online retailers see strong growth in technical goods


E-commerce retailers grew their share of the South African technical consumer goods market by 52% in 2017, says GfK.

App helps deaf patients better manage treatment


Two UCT medical students are working on a way to improve hearing impaired people's access to healthcare.

First commercial 5G rollouts in 2018: Ericsson

15 Jun

North America is expected to lead the uptake, with all major US operators planning to roll out 5G between late 2018 and mid-2019.

Train SA youth in emerging technology: PwC

To fight unemployment, the country needs to build skills that lead to jobs in future growth sectors, it says.

Manufacturing sector to lead DX spending in 2018

It will also set the agenda for many digital transformation priorities, says IDC in its latest worldwide spending guide.

Eat Out introduces restaurant review app

12 Jun

The app has been developed to find restaurants nearby using geolocation technology.

Africa's smartphone shipments down for second quarter

The continent's two biggest markets, Nigeria and South Africa, underperformed and posted quarter-on-quarter declines.

Sanlam partners with Plug and Play on insurtech

11 Jun

It has entered into a partnership with the global innovation platform, which is headquartered in Silicon Valley.

PC demand grows as tablets falter: IDC

The personal computing devices market declined 5.3% year on year in Q1 2018 due to falling demand for tablets.

Trend Micro partners with Obscure on training

Obscure Technologies will be running courses on the installation, use and operation of Trend Micro products.