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Microsoft ‘store-in-store’ launched in South Africa

Some people have questioned the relevance of having brick and mortar retail stores in this connected world, but the reality is that South Africans still rely heavily on experiencing products first-hand, especially high-end technology ones, before making a purchasing decision.

Kwesé Sports’ African Championship eSports (ACE) winner to be crowned on 26 November

The quest to be crowned South Africa’s best FIFA 17 player will reach its conclusion this month, as the top eight players from across...

Finding solutions to the growing chargeback challenge

If merchants face too many chargeback claims their bank will revoke their merchant account.

Africa’s health won’t improve without reliable data

Africa battles with a dearth of data and seems unable to scale up health innovations. If these can be systematically addressed, the continent can take great strides towards better health for all.

Stop and Think Before You Shop Online This Black Friday

Few events will bring an end to celebrations like being a victim of cybercrime, losing personal information, money, and perhaps more.

Home Affairs to digitise 286 million records

Most of these are records of births, marriages, deaths, ID applications, naturalisation and permitting and date back to the late 1800. These include 110 million birth records, which carry records of generations that can be used to construct family trees.

Meet efficient online way to find best savings account that offers highest interest rate in few clicks

The algorithm searches 670 different rates at eight deposit taking institutions to find you the best product. These options are constantly expanding. Clients can specify liquidity ranging from one day to five years and amounts from R1000 to R50 million.

SA tech firm WBS clinches facilities leasing agreement with Vodacom

WBS is keen to engage with other telecoms firms and service providers to explore additional, similar agreements of mutual benefit.