2:20
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Cell tower protection app wins TADHackJHB

Tumelo Baloyi and Thabang Mamashela beat over 40 other teams to claim the $1 000 prize.

3:10
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EOH’s BEE partner shelves R250m investment

Lebashe Investment Group has decided against a third round of investment in troubled IT services firm EOH.

4:10

Underperforming energy segment hurts Adapt IT profit

The company’s profit declines to R76 4 million, resulting in Adapt IT deferring its dividend decision until year-end.

2:40
2 hours ago

PayGate, Retail Capital target start-ups ahead of Black Friday

The local payment service provider teams up with Retail Capital to launch a short-term capital solution for online merchants.

1:50
2 hours ago

SA crypto exchange targets novice traders

Local crypto exchange iCE3X is gamifying many of the features on its platform, targeting novice traders.

2:20
3 hours ago

Gauteng education’s digital content platform goes live

The platform aims to enhance opportunities for continuous assessment activities to support curriculum delivery in ICT-enabled schools.

2:50

SITA counts down to GovTech 2019

The agency readies for the 13th instalment of the government technology conference, taking place in Durban at the end of this month.

2:00
Yesterday

More partners ditch Facebook’s Libra crypto project

In a blow to Facebook’s ambitions, major payment companies including MasterCard and Visa have quit the group behind the project.

2:40

SAP CEO Bill McDermott calls it quits

The company appoints Jennifer Morgan and Christian Klein as co-chief executive officers, effective immediately.

5:50

ICT Tenders – Money for Microsoft

This week’s National Tender Bulletin confirms the strength of the software giant's position in government's IT environment.

4:50
Friday

IFS targets double-digit growth in SA

Growing from a low base, enterprise software vendor IFS is bullish about its prospects in Africa.

1:20

Nominate female innovators of the year

AfricaCom has opened nominations for its first ‘Female Innovator of the Year’ award.

Opinion and insight

Twitter ‘inadvertently’ uses contact details

E-mail addresses and phone numbers uploaded by users to meet Twitter’s security requirements may have been ‘inadvertently’ used for advertising purposes.

6 hours ago
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