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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Ambitious plans for XLink

By Gugu LourieA provider of wireless data machine-to-machine (M2M) services wants to help municipalities and big corporates to detect water leaks, cope with power outages and improve other efficiencies as...

Mabaso-Koyana takes over as MTN Zakhele chairperson

By UjuhMTN Zakhele has got a new chairperson in form of high profiled businesswoman, Sindisiwe Ntombenhle Mabaso-Koyana who took over from Thulani Gcabashe.MTN Zakhele...

OLX reaches 240m active users

By Gugu LourieNaspers announced on Monday that OLX - the world’s leading classifieds platform focused on emerging markets, both mobile and online – has...

Biggest takeaways from Naspers earnings

By Gugu LourieNaspers, a multinational group of ecommerce and media brands, posted a 30% rise in core headline earnings to R11,2 billion for the...

Nunu Ntshingila to head-up Facebook first African office in Jozi

By Staff WriterFacebook has opened its first office in Africa to further the company’s commitment to help businesses connect with people and grow locally...

Technology, Happy, Life ultraphone to challenge Samsung, Blackberry in SA

Chinese manufacturer Technology, Happy, Life (THL) is planning to turn the African smartphone industry upside down through the introduction of its ThL ultraphones in...

iSolve merges with Foster Melliar

By Staff WriteriSolve Business Solutions, a Microsoft Gold Partner, has acquired Foster Melliar. iSolve’s Learning Solutions division has merged with Foster Melliar. Both companies...

MTN Business appointed as a reseller of Samsung KNOX

By Staff WriterSamsung Electronics SA announced  on Monday that MTN Business has been appointed as a reseller of Samsung’s KNOX licenses to its customers....

How computers are learning to make human software work more efficiently

By John R. Woodward, Justyna Petke and William Langdon Computer scientists have a history of borrowing ideas from nature, such as evolution. When it comes...

Cell C hits global bond market, raises R3.26bn to fund capex

Struggling mobile phone operator Cell C has raised R3.26 billion ( €240 million) by selling bonds to global investors.These new bonds have an identical maturity date,...
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