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Admire Moyo is ITWeb's news 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.
There are many reasons why projects don’t end in sustained performance enhancements, says the enterprise software firm.
The telco engages with ICASA to make a payment arrangement for the spectrum it acquired last year.
The Information Regulator wants the credit bureaus to show it exactly how they came to the conclusion that they were not hacked for a second time.
SA-born Elon Musk’s Starlink satellite company does not have a licence to operate in the country, says the regulator.
With three artificial intelligence deals already under its belt, the company wants to pump more money into the space.
Key on the to-do list is injecting new blood into the exco to execute the telco’s strategy, says CEO Jorge Mendes.
Mobile operator Cell C slashes its debt from R9 billion to R3 billion, as it forges ahead with its recapitalisation drive, positioning it to return to growth.
Business rescue practitioners plan to retrench thousands of workers at the bankrupt state-owned enterprise.
Hacker group N4ughtySecTU claims it has again breached the firms' IT systems and is demanding $60 million in 72 hours.
The unsuccessful launch of an ERP system at its KZN distribution centre severely impacts the retailer’s financial performance.
The JSE-listed tech services group’s renewable energy business continues to cash in on SA’s energy shortages.
Jason Quinn will assume the role of chief executive, following Mike Brown’s retirement from the Nedbank boards.