Treasury unveils portal to measure damage from July riots
Government says the portal will be used to establish the extent of the damage, so that it can make more informed decisions on the support mechanisms.
LG Electronics SA ‘here to stay’ despite looted factory
The South Korean electronics giant confirms its commitment to SA, following the wave of violence and looting that impacted its Durban-based factory.
Dell blacklists looted computers, investigates vandalism
The technology firm blacklists all of its products stolen during the recent wave of violence and works with authorities to bring the looters to book.
LG pulls plug on mobile business unit
The company says the decision to exit the sector will enable it to focus resources in growth areas such as AI, electric vehicle components and connected devices.
LG president champions collaboration, open innovation
LG Electronics’ Dr I.P. Park believes in partnerships across disciplines and industries.
LG, Magna International partner to develop e-vehicle components
The firms join forces to develop e-motors, inverters and on board chargers to support the growing global EV market.
LG switches it up with swivelling smartphone
The South Korean company presents the LG Wing, its first smartphone device under the Explorer Project.
LG’s budget K series line-up now available in SA
LG’s new K series mid-range line-up takes on Samsung’s Galaxy A-Series, Apple’s iPhone SE and Huawei’s P30 Lite.
WiSolar partners with LG Electronics for solar panels
This will ensure that WiSolar customers enjoy the best equipment and technology in the industry without necessarily breaking the bank.
Blow for MWC as LG exits mobile mega-event
The firm decides to err on the side of caution, withdrawing from Mobile World Congress 2020 amid the coronavirus outbreak.
LG Electronics SA invests in new offices, factory
The company opens new offices in Midrand and relocates its factory from Germiston to Durban.