Admire Moyo
ITWeb's business editor.

Admire Moyo is ITWeb's business editor. He has been a tech journalist at ITWeb since 2010. Before joining ITWeb, Admire worked for The Herald newspaper based in Zimbabwe. He holds a BA degree (English and History) from Africa University.

How volatility will complicate crypto-currency tax

6 hours ago

A taxpayer with a high frequency of crypto-currency transactions may struggle to keep an accurate record of any gains, experts say.

Zim tycoon wants to create 'digitally borderless Africa'

Mutumwa Mawere establishes the Digital Africa Initiative, a platform to connect, equip and inspire digital transformation in Africa.

SA's political shake-up brings new hope, says Oracle

The enterprise software giant says there is new hope for growth in SA following the political leadership changes.

Ex-Oracle SA boss joins rival Software AG

Software AG appoints former Oracle SA MD Kholiwe Makhohliso to run its South African operations.

MeerKAT picks up rare activity from exotic star

The radio telescope demonstrates outstanding capabilities as a new instrument for scientific exploration.

Swiss tech giant to drive robotics in SA

ABB introduces its YuMi robot to the South African market to work hand-in-hand with a human colleague.

Joburg firm eyes industrial-scale crypto-currency mining

YOU# is looking to host 3 000 crypto-currency miners in the next three years.

Declare all crypto-currency-related income, says SARS

The revenue service expects taxpayers to declare crypto-currency gains or losses as part of their taxable income.

Africa deserves its own crypto-currency

With an African-flavoured crypto-currency on the horizon, experts believe it can help solve the continent's unique challenges.

'White monopoly capital rife in SA's ICT sector'

5 Apr

Lobby group Progressive Blacks in ICT slams government and industry for perpetuating the digital divide in the sector.

Radebe finally signs R58bn renewable energy deals

The ceremony marks the conclusion of 27 outstanding power purchase agreements under Bid Window 3.5 and 4 of the SA's renewable energy programme.

IT service management comes of age in SA

The practice, which focuses on aligning IT services with the needs of business, is now deeply entrenched locally.