Admire Moyo
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EOH assesses impact of Microsoft contract cancellation

The JSE-listed company is 'disappointed' at the unilateral manner in which Microsoft terminated its contract.

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How SA's tech firms navigate load-shedding pain

Local technology companies reveal the impact of Eskom's rolling blackouts on their businesses.


Renewables debate rages as Eskom woes deepen

Energy experts are at odds over the costs associated with coal versus renewables, as Eskom struggles to keep the lights on.


Long-forgotten Myspace re-emerges after losing data

The once-popular social network admits to losing more than a decade worth of data after a server migration glitch.

18 Mar

Local job recruiters turn to artificial intelligence

A survey shows local human resources practitioners believe AI will play an important role in the recruitment process within the next few years.


Facebook works to reduce fake news as SA elections near

The company says it aims to reduce the spread of misinformation and protect election integrity.

14 Mar

MTN-backed Jumia eyes Africa's start-up debut on NYSE

After becoming the first African start-up unicorn in 2016, achieving a $1 billion valuation, Nigeria-based Jumia has set its sights on listing in New York.

13 Mar

World's biggest Web host GoDaddy descends on SA

The Arizona-headquartered company officially launches in SA, and will take on the likes of Afrihost and MWeb.

13 Mar

SA develops coding, robotics curricula for Grade R-9

The curricula, set to be implemented next year, will prepare learners for the fourth industrial revolution.

12 Mar

Distributed generation can resolve SA's power crisis

While wind and solar systems could reduce significant load on municipalities, they are currently undervalued in SA.

11 Mar

South African companies make Microsoft Azure shift

Less than a week after the launch of two Microsoft Azure data centres in SA, several local organisations have already migrated to the cloud platform.

8 Mar

Atlantis green tech zone eyes R3.7bn boost

The Special Economic Zone welcomes the local manufacturing of wind turbines while expecting billions more in investments.

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.