Samuel Mungadze

Vodacom chairman reflects on Eskom, YeboYethu, Please Call Me

Load-shedding, which hurt the economy and posed challenges for Vodacom’s network, was a sobering reminder of the hurdles that lie ahead, says Jabulani Moleketi.


Alviva takes control of Synerg Group

The JSE-listed ICT products and services provider will acquire 70% of enterprise software company Synerg SA, for R90 million.


SMEs accuse Gauteng Broadband Network of corruption

The SMEs claim corrupt government officials are the architects of their troubles, as they favour working with bigger and established companies with deep pockets.


WhatsApp threatens bulk messaging abusers

The move is instigated by the emergence of a raft of companies bypassing usage restrictions to advertise products.


Naspers now more focused business, say analysts

Iyzico is the third fintech business in the space of two years that Naspers has acquired as it pursues its vision for digital payments.


SA’s SMEs must benchmark with BRICS peers in digital economy

Collaborations among BRICS countries are important and must be encouraged, says Sunil Geness, SA representative at the BRICS XI International IT Forum.


R200m injection for TymeBank

The investment by the Ethos AI Fund in TymeBank will result in the fund being an 8% shareholder in the bank.


IBM cuts a further 2 000 workers

The company’s retrenchment of 2 000 employees is a continuation of a process IBM began a decade ago, says an analyst.

Samuel Mungadze
senior news journalist

Samuel Mungadze ITWeb senior news journalist.