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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.

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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.


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.

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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.

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SA crypto exchange targets novice traders

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

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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.


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.


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.


SAP CEO Bill McDermott calls it quits

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


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.


IFS targets double-digit growth in SA

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


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.

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