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Ex-MTN CEO Sifiso Dabengwa joins Gijima

Ex-MTN CEO Sifiso Dabengwa joins Gijima

Former MTN Group CEO Sifiso Dabengwa and two other well-known ICT industry executives, Alan Farthing and Clive Butkow, have joined the board of the recently delisted technology group Gijima

MTN gets into television broadcasting

MTN gets into television broadcasting

MTN has launched a pilot broadcasting service using digital terrestrial television. The pilot, being run in Nigeria, follows the decision by the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation to award its

Videogaming comes to SuperSport

Videogaming comes to SuperSport

Videogaming as spectactor sport? You betcha! South Africa’s biggest sports broadcaster, SuperSport, owned by DStv parent MultiChoice, has announced it has signed up to broadcast ELeague, featuring

A third of software in SA is pirated

A third of software in SA is pirated

A new research report has pegged the software piracy rate in South Africa at 33%, a one percentage point decline since the country was last surveyed in 2013. The report, by the BSA The

OpenView HD subscriber numbers soar

OpenView HD subscriber numbers soar

After a rocky start, commercial free-to-air satellite broadcaster OpenView HD, a sister company of e.tv, is adding subscribers at a remarkable rate of knots, though revenues are proving elusive. Listed parent company eMedia Holdings revealed in its annual results

MTN defends ex-CEO’s R24m payout

MTN defends ex-CEO’s R24m payout

MTN interim executive chairman Phuthuma Nhleko has defended the R23,7m golden handshake given to former CEO Sifiso Dabengwa, who resigned in November 2015 following a US$5,2bn fine

The Panama Papers: journalism as judo

The Panama Papers: journalism as judo

The ongoing exposé of the Panama Papers is the most significant leak of compromising data since Edward Snowden’s revelations about America’s National Security Agency. What few people realise is the vital role played by African journalists

New MTN CEO by end-June

New MTN CEO by end-June

MTN Group said on Wednesday that it will appoint a new CEO by the end of June “at the latest”. In a note to shareholders ahead of the group’s AGM, MTN said the search for a new CEO was “well under way”. Former MTN CEO Phuthuma Nhleko

Can Top Gear survive without Clarkson?

Can <i>Top Gear</i> survive without Clarkson?

The much anticipated return of Top Gear to the BBC raises a big broadcasting question: is the post-Jeremy Clarkson version doomed to fail or will it help sustain the brand’s success? The stakes are high for the corporation. Top Gear is widely

Inside the R300m Standard Bank heist

Inside the R300m Standard Bank heist

Three hours, around 100 people, 1 400 Japanese ATMs and 1 600 counterfeit credit cards, was all it took for fraudsters to exploit Standard Bank in Japan. The bank, which stands to lose up to R300m, described the attack as a “sophisticated

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