E-commerce start-ups are looking to woo consumers with new experiences and close communities.
Big corporations will soon have to come clean about breaches of their IT systems - and all hell will break loose.
IT professionals need to get out of their cubicles and use social media to get ahead.
Last year was a tough year for most South African CIOs. This year is likely to be worse.
Mezzanine moves up the food chain.
Vincent Maher's performance as chief innovation officer will help the CIO determine whether the CINO is an ally or rival.
Tech entrepreneurs need more than a good product, a slick sales strategy and some well-heeled investors to make a start-up succeed. They also need an exit strategy.
Tech startup Tour 2.0 is opening new avenues for tourism in South Africa. It also hopes to open the minds of its foreign clients.
Thumbzup Innovations has garnered some heavyweight backing for its Pebble mobile payment device. Market response in the next 12 months will determine whether the product flies or sinks.
Fast-rising RainFin is tapping social data to shake up the local banking market and grab a slice of the lucrative loans business.
South Africa's black middle class spends around R420 billion a year, yet most of it goes to white-owned businesses. Three entrepreneurs are rallying consumers in an effort to bolster black businesses and boost the economy.
Stellenbosch reckons it has far more to offer than fine wines and good living. It's making an ambitious bid to become Africa's innovation capital.