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Monthly Archives: May 2015

SAP launches mostly-free online coding course for Africa learners

By Gugu LourieThrough the simplification of what has historically been perceived as a highly technical arena, SAP is making coding more appealing and accessible...

BEE scheme, MTN Zakhele, receives a fat dividend

By UjuhMTN Zakhele received R836 million in dividend income from MTN Group for the 2014 financial year but the Black Economic Empowerment (BEE) scheme...

MTN Zakhele will miss the June 30 JSE listing deadline

By UjuhMTN Zakhele announced that it has applied for a further extension for the exemption of its share trading platform as it works towards...

MTN reaffirms its zero tolerance stance on violence and intimidation

MTN remains firm on its offer, pledges to fully restore operations and reaffirms its zero tolerance stance on violence and intimidation By Staff writer As...

The dating jungle: how men and women see each other when online dating

By Jennifer ShukuskyIn the world of online dating, nothing is as it seems. But that doesn’t stop many of us from leaping to the wrong...

Vodacom to make Loftus Versfeld Africa’s first truly ‘smart’ stadium

By Staff Writer Large crowds at sports matches can mean frustratingly slow uploads of status updates and selfies, and make it all-but-impossible to view the...

Net1 to tackle China market

Net1, which is involved in a legal brawl with SASSA and AllPay regarding a R10 billion government tender, is indirectly expanding into the lucrative...

The rise of wearable health tech could mean the end of the sickie

By Emmanuel TseklevesNow that the sun is shining and the temperature is rising, it’s officially sickie season: go to work, or get struck down with...

Local insurance industry slow to embrace new technology

By Gerhard BothaTelematics and big data have generated much interest globally within the insurance industry. Yet, there is still reluctance amongst some SA insurers...

SA should tax digital giants – PwC

Adam WakefieldJohannesburg - International companies that supplied content to South Africa via online streaming or subscription services should pay their fair share of tax,...

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