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4:30

Axiz CTO picks trends, technologies the channel can bet on

It’s not always easy to tell which trends will survive, and which ones will still make sense in a few years’ time, says Axiz CTO.

1:40

BT-SA debuts infrastructure finance offering

The new offering enables companies to finance infrastructure through BT-SA.

2:10
Wednesday

IOT dives into the swimming pool

PoolSense and SqwidNet collaborate to develop an IOT-powered swimming pool solution that monitors water quality around the clock.

1:50
Wednesday

Networking start-up BNI ready to enable data centre modernisation

A stable network underlies all efforts to modernise the data centre and leverage a multi-cloud, says BNI.

3:00

Naspers unit PayU buys Turkish digital payments start-up

The company has acquired iyzico for $165 million, adding to its over $500 million fintech investments.

3:40

Capital Appreciation posts steady results

The fintech group delivers an almost 20% rise in revenue to just over R607 million, with a 13% decrease in profit.

2:40

Old Mutual decides against insuring crypto miners

The company opts out of insuring computer equipment used for crypto-currency mining due to the unregulated nature of the industry.

2:00

China warns foreign tech firms after Huawei ban

The Chinese government cautions global ICT firms that they could face dire consequences if they co-operate with the US ban on sales.

2:30

AI bias ups need for behaviour experts

Forensic experts in AI behaviour are in demand as companies look to reduce biases in technology solutions, says Gartner.

1:40

GovChat appoints board chairman

The government citizen engagement service names Michael "Motty" Sacks as chairman of the board.

1:10

Mint Group wins 2019 Microsoft Country Partner of the Year for SA

The company was recognised for providing outstanding solutions and services, as well as representing excellent subsidiary engagement in the country.

3:10

Artificial intelligence bootcamp heads to Khayelitsha

The Kgalema Motlanthe Foundation brings learning opportunities to the youth of Cape Town, giving them a glimpse of what the future of work may look like.

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