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.

Regulatory uncertainties stifle 5G in MEA


The region faces numerous telecoms challenges in terms of uncertain regulations, low coverage of 2G, 3G and 4G, as well as lack of spectrum.

MS Azure data centres will change the game in SA


Citrix believes the arrival of Azure data centres in the country will lead to more local organisations moving their workloads to the cloud.

How ThoughtWorks quietly departed SA


The global tech company left SA on New Year's Eve, soon after opening "vibey" offices in Johannesburg.

R58bn renewables deals blocked at 11th hour


Trade union Numsa and civic group Transform RSA granted urgent court interdict to stop the signing of the power deals.

Jonas Bogoshi on the move again


The local channel lead is leaving Dell EMC South Africa to follow other opportunities.

COJ probes 'fraudulent' Fibrehoods, Vumatel contracts

The city alleges the companies were issued with fraudulent letters stating they have a valid agreement with the city to roll-out aerial fibre.

Eskom to probe shady deals with SAP

The power utility commits to undertaking its own investigation following SAP's admission of misconduct in Gupta deals.

R58bn long-awaited renewables deals finally see light

Following a protracted period of uncertainty, energy minister Jeff Radebe says outstanding projects will be signed on Tuesday.

UCT partners with German institute to drive renewables

The institutions will collaborate closely on activities to accelerate progress in hydrogen and fuel cell technology.

SA's appetite for digital wallets grows

The majority of South Africans would rather leave home without their wallets than their mobile devices.

How couple lost R260k in crypto-currency scam

A local couple faces financial constraints after being duped in one of the biggest crypto-currency scams to hit SA.

Student uses blockchain to curb aid fraud

A local university student develops a solution to arrest corruption and fraud in the development aid sector.