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.

New coal plants to cost SA R19bn, push out renewables


Two planned coal plants are set to cost the country an additional R19.68 billion in present value terms over their lifetimes.

ICT firms pocketed R1.5m in PIC's whistle-blower probe

The organisation allegedly paid over R1.5 million to tech companies to unmask a whistle-blower who had accused its CEO of corrupt activities.

Vumatel suitor foresees fibre market consolidation


Although there are many players in the market, in future the industry will consolidate, says Community Investment Ventures Holdings.

Analytics, machine learning predict World Cup scores

Local data scientists use predictive analytics and machine learning to foretell the results of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

SA's new crypto-currency developed to save rhino

Rhino Coin aims to generate funding for rhino conservation and support anti-poaching initiatives through blockchain technology.

Crypto-currency mining malware wreaks havoc in Africa

Cyber criminals take advantage of the popularity of digital currencies on the continent, unleashing crypto-currency malware.

Seacom regroups in fibre push

The company undergoes structural changes while looking to make acquisitions to boost its fibre network.

CSIR develops test bed to prepare Africa for 5G

The institute aims to support research on key technology building blocks for 5G, and support development and experimentation on use cases.

SARB lauds blockchain project though it won't go live

The central bank says there are still many issues to consider before the decision to adopt a distributed ledger tech-based system is taken.

MS still to patch threat discovered by SA expert

Dmitri Kaslov, a local security researcher, discovered a vulnerability in the JScript component of the Windows OS.

Bitcoin forks a complex affair for exchanges

South African crypto-currency experts explain why some forks are more profitable than others.

New wind energy projects to fire up W Cape

31 May

The Perdekraal East and Excelsior wind plants have been signed off for the national renewable energy programme in the Western Cape.