Kgaogelo Letsebe
Kgaogelo Letsebe
Portals journalist

Kgaogelo Letsebe (nee Mamabolo) is a journalist originally from Pretoria, Gauteng. She holds a BTech in Journalism from Tshwane University of Technology (Pretoria campus). With almost 10 years in the media and printing industry, KG as she is known, has honed her writing skills in various media sectors such as business, IT, built environment engineering, and food and beverage technology industry. As an assistant editor, her work has been used in The Butcher magazine, Food Processing Africa digital magazine and Food and Beverage magazine. When she's not frantically chasing deadlines, KG spends time with her husband and daughter, meditates to SA jazz tunes or indulges in African history books.

EOH, Aveva expand Sub-Saharan Africa partnership

3 hours ago

The extended partnership will enable EOH to offer Aveva's complete portfolio of industrial and engineering solutions to customers in the region.

Africa's top IT markets experience cloud benefits differently

This was a key finding of the Cloud Africa 2018 report, which World Wide Worx conducted on behalf of F5 Networks.

The benefits of gender equality in the workplace

PwC economists quantify this in a recent report and present behavioural interventions to empower #WomenInTech.

Vodacom, Silulo establish SME incubator in Mitchells Plain

Tuesday

The telco and the BEE firm plan to open similar incubators in other townships in SA.

Sasfin introduces digital banking platform for SMEs

13 Apr

B\\YOND will make finance-related administration seamless, the financial services firm says.

Insurance industry faces disruption from start-ups

Nine out of 10 insurance companies fear losing business to insurtech start-ups, says research from PwC.

Tshimologong secures two new partnerships

Multinationals JP Morgan and ABB will collaborate with the digital innovation precinct on digital entrepreneurship incubation programmes.

Webber Wentzel adopts AI technology

The Luminance AI platform will help the firm with due diligence, particularly for mergers and acquisitions transactions.

Most online shoppers prefer to pay cash

Over 65% of respondents who shop online prefer to pay with a credit or debit card, a survey reveals.

Concern over cyber incidents tops risk barometer

6 Apr

These occurrences, which include cyber crime, IT failure and data breaches, are a major concern for businesses, says global report.

Root launches insurance platform in SA

The platform API will allow software developers to create new digital insurance products, the company says.

Vodacom helps SMEs procure more business

5 Apr

The Vodacom Trade Direct portal will give small businesses access to tender leads and business advice.