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Admire Moyo

ITWeb's news editor.

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. 

Articles

5:50
Broadband8 hours ago

SA's 'outdated' Electronic Comms Act stifles fair competition

The Act is dated and does not address the current environment, such as the evolving market that now includes OTT players, says a telco industry body.

1:10
Computing9 hours ago

Baggage delays at OR Tambo Airport after network glitch

Africa’s biggest airport experiences network-related challenges with its baggage sortation system in the domestic terminal.

7:50

ITWeb TV: SA ‘unlikely’ to have load-shedding in 2025, says Nyati

Eskom chairman Mteto Nyati reveals the strategy the company took to ease load-shedding, the unbundling of the firm and plans to reduce debt.

4:30

ITWeb TV: Nokia, Sedna bring digital twins, drones to SA mines

The partners leverage emerging technologies at South African mines to boost connectivity, productivity and safety.

5:00
Broadband16 May

Amid looming protest, telcos insist they’ve reduced data costs

Friends of a Free Internet plans to picket at ICASA’s head office in Centurion on Friday, over high mobile data costs in South Africa.

4:30

Google unleashes AI offensive at I/O developer conference

The tech giant introduces artificial intelligence tools and enhancements at the I/O 2024 developer conference in California.

4:20

InfoReg cracks whip on data brokers ahead of elections

The Information Regulator launches a guidance note to direct how political parties use the personal information of voters for campaign purposes.

2:50
Storage15 May

AWS leadership changes as CEO Selipsky steps down

Adam Selipsky will be replaced by Matt Garman, a senior VP who has overseen sales and marketing at AWS, effective 3 June.

4:10

MTN reports sharp revenue decline in Q1

The firm’s service revenue decreased by 18.8%, voice revenue plummeted by 32.2% and data revenue dropped by 14.7%, while fintech revenue rose 11.4%.

5:50

Vodafone Egypt propels Vodacom in full-year results

Egypt contributed significantly to the 29.1% increase in group service revenue, supported by a resilient performance in SA – Vodacom’s largest market.

3:30

VC firm Novastar seeks African cleantech investments

Since inception, Novastar has raised over $200 million from global institutional investors and is now investing from its second fund.

3:40

Schoeman named BSG managing partner as Nyati reorganises

Jurie Schoeman will be responsible for executing BSG’s strategic growth plans in collaboration with partners and leadership.