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You will pay to bail out Eskom

Financially embattled Eskom has run to the government for additional funding to pay its spiralling bills. But the treasury has refused and said…

Questions over what’s next for Autopage

Questions over what’s next for Autopage

Altron is keeping mum about the future of subsidiary Altech Autopage Cellular in the wake of news this week that the cellular service…

Gov’t expands controversial e-rate

Gov’t expands controversial e-rate

The controversial e-rate, where public schools pay only 50% for Internet access, is being expanded to include independent schools, public and private colleges,…

Zuma assents to new ICT laws

Zuma assents to new ICT laws

President Jacob Zuma has assented to amendments to two key laws that affect South Africa’s information and communications technology industry, approving changes that…

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MTN South Africa has won its latest battle with Cell C at the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), this time after the latter objected to a print advertisement, published…

The share price of Net1 UEPS Technologies plummeted in Johannesburg and New York on Thursday afternoon after the constitutional court ordered that a tender for the management of…

Keith Matthews, MD of BT in South Africa and GM of the UK-headquartered firm's sub-Saharan Africa region, is stepping down at the end of the month. He will…

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Springlab leaps into SA’s start-up scene

Cape Town is home to another start-up incubator, this one called Springlab, which wants to help nurture entrepreneurs across the sub-Saharan Africa region. The company’s two founders, Sheraan…

Yookos: Africa’s Facebook?

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Yookos, a newish social networking site aimed at people across Africa, has signed up 10m users in the three years since its commercial launch and appears set for…

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ZATS: Ep 300 – ‘Original rockers’

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