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.
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.
Epson invests in warehouse, showroom in SA
The company opens its first local warehouse facility in Linbro Park, which it says will cut delivery times to distributors from more than a month to a week.
Mustek reopens KZN office as it counts cost of civil unrest
The company reopened its Durban office this week, saying it aims to restore local assembly and distribution as a priority.
Riot damages won’t exceed R20m, says Mustek
Temporary warehouse space has been secured and the group expects the razed Durban branch to re-open as soon as it is safe and practical to do so.
More local ICT firms impacted by rampant looting
Mustek and LG Electronics SA confirm destruction to their premises in KwaZulu-Natal, as rampant looting continues in some parts of the country.
Further hike in tech prices forecast as chip shortage lingers
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger says chip supply shortages could take a couple of years to address, evoking fears of a further increase in tech prices.
SA hit by ‘worst electronic component shortages in 30 years’
Global supply chain constraints take a toll on SA’s tech distribution channel, resulting in skyrocketing prices and frustrated customers.
Acer Africa pins hopes on Google cable for Chrome Enterprise growth
The multinational PC corporation believes Google's Equiano cable project will fuel more demand for its Chrome Enterprise portfolio in SA.
Remote working boosts PC distributor Mustek
Revenue for the group continued the growth trajectory that started during the previous financial year due to surging demand sparked by remote working.
Mustek expects bumper profit in half-year results
The company emerges from a tense week-long labour strike in September, doubling its earnings in its half-year financial results.