Financial
3:00
Yesterday

Old Mutual's 22seven taps into crypto-currencies

The money management app gets an update to enable users to track more than 1 800 crypto-currencies in rands.

3:00
Yesterday

Government shelves plans to sell Telkom stake

Telecoms minister Siyabonga Cwele reveals the administration's plans to offload part of its 39% Telkom shareholding have been put on ice indefinitely.

1:50
Yesterday

MTN buys music-streaming business Simfy

MTN CEO Rob Shuter announced at AfricaCom that the group has acquired music-streaming company, Simfy.

4:20

I don't mean to be a Grinch, but...

Go into Black Friday and festive season shopping with a firm grip on your credit card. Here's how.

2:40
Tuesday

UK-based PCI Pal expands to SA

The secure payment solutions provider for contact centres expands to SA and signs up its first local reseller, Ninzi-Connect.

3:50

SASSA struggles to migrate all beneficiaries

The agency calls on beneficiaries to exchange old cards for new ones linked to upgraded payment systems, as it pushes to migrate over half a million beneficiaries.

2:40

MTN re-launching Mobile Money in SA

MTN CEO Rob Shuter tells AfricaCom that the group will re-launch the service in SA in the first quarter of 2019, and will then extend Mobile Money to Nigeria.

4:40
Tuesday

Mobile revenue boosts Telkom as BCX woes continue

The company's results have been buoyed by a 54% increase in mobile revenue, while its BCX subsidiary continues to struggle.

2:30
Tuesday

Apple shares drop on iPhone suppliers' warnings

Three Apple suppliers issue warnings on results that point to weakness in iPhone sales, knocking Apple's share price.

5:30
Monday

Vodacom group adds 4.8m subs in six months

The telco added 4.8 million customers across its group in six months, with 2.5 million coming from SA.

3:50

African tech start-ups secure R9m in funding

Startupbootcamp AfriTech participants bag funding and commercial agreements to further develop their tech start-ups.

3:00
Monday

SAP to buy Qualtrics for $8bn

The deal with SAP pre-empts a planned stock market listing by the US-based company that specialises in surveying consumers online.

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