Financial
8:20
Friday

Seven things we learned from Huawei's founder this week

Ren Zhengfei broke years of media silence this week, revealing interesting nuggets about the Chinese tech powerhouse that is under fire from the West.

4:20
Friday

South African accountants allay AI fears

South African accounting professionals are closely watching how artificial intelligence will impact their jobs.

3:00

Helios Towers announces first SA investment

The company pens a deal with SA Towers to tap into an established pipeline of potential tower sites.

5:50
Friday

The future of fintech

Across Africa, people are working on exciting, innovative and ground-breaking solutions in the fintech space.

4:20

Veeam locks in R6.8bn in funding

The software company believes the investment will help accelerate the next phase of its growth strategy.

6:20
Thursday

WorldRemit plans massive African expansion

The digital money transfer service has lofty ambitions for its new South African business and extensive plans for expansion across Africa.

3:30
Thursday

Fujitsu introduces uSCALE smart financing options in Europe

The company shares the financial burden to de-risk service providers' infrastructure investments.

2:30

SMEs: have you completed your financial planning for 2019?

Efficient accounting solutions speed up business processes, giving business owners more time to focus on their core processes, says Gary Epstein, MD of EasyBiz Technologies.

3:10

Reserve Bank proposes tighter crypto-currency controls

The central bank issues a consultation paper on policy proposals on crypto assets in SA.

2:30
Wednesday

WorldRemit launches digital money transfer service from SA

WorldRemit has set its sights on South Africa, opening an office in Johannesburg and expanding its digital money transfer service locally.

2:30

Challenging the IT GRC status quo

Governance, risk and compliance practitioners and departments are under pressure to reinvent themselves to be relevant in this new age.

5:00
Tuesday

TrendForce predicts smartphone production decline

The decline in global smartphone production may reach 5% in 2019 if impacts from the US-China trade war worsen.

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