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3:30
Nov 23, 2020

Mind the gap

The effects of the digital divide are more pronounced when society implicitly demands that underfunded and underdeveloped communities do far more with far less, says Axiz.

2:50
Jul 23, 2018

SNAPnSAVE tackles wholesale trade sector

The local cashback app taps into the largely ignored informal sector by offering the app to wholesale traders and spaza owners.

2:30
Dec 1, 2017

Insurtech app launched for short-term insurance

The locally based insurtech start-up hopes to offer short-term insurance to the public through shared policies.

2:30
Nov 13, 2017

Namola app now available nationally

Following a successful pilot phase in Gauteng, the safety and security app Namola is now available in other provinces.

2:00
Nov 7, 2017

Veza app aims to eliminate business card collection

The new app allows entrepreneurs to ditch the normal manner of exchanging contacts via business cards.

3:10
Jul 24, 2017

Chat Find launches in SA

The company offers a platform on which businesses and professionals can create a free mobile shopfront highlighting their products and services.

1:10
Feb 15, 2017

Facebook unveils video app for TV

The company introduces an app for smart TVs that will help Facebook users enjoy its videos on a bigger screen.

2:40
Oct 10, 2016

UTH acquires MiBRAND app

The deal will allow MiBRAND to receive both funding and infrastructure for expansion.

1:40

SAPO unveils app; SABC payment site stumbles

The SA Post Office offers a free app to help customers track parcels, while the SABC's online licence payment platform hits a snag.

3:20
Jul 29, 2016

Gauteng evolves as SA's app hub

The app economy in SA is dynamic and evolving and developers in Gauteng are keen to maximise its potential, say experts.

2:40
Jun 29, 2016

Motorbike delivery service app introduced in Johannesburg

1Fetch connects users with its drivers who deliver any item that falls within the maximum load capacity of 15kg.

3:10
Jun 23, 2016

Refugee rescue app uncovered as fake

The "I Sea" app claimed to crowdsource monitoring for boats in distress on the Mediterranean Sea.

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