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Enzo Scarcella quits Telkom for MTN

Enzo Scarcella quits Telkom for MTN

Telecommunications industry veteran Enzo Scarcella is leaving his role as chief marketing officer at Telkom after spending three years at the company. Prior to joining Telkom, Scarcella was the managing executive at

Seacom goes direct in Kenya

Seacom goes direct in Kenya

A year after launching corporate ICT services in the South African market, pan-African telecommunications company and subsea fibre cable operator Seacom is expanding its corporate offering to Kenya. Under its Seacom Business intiative

ANC risks tearing itself apart

ANC risks tearing itself apart

Splits in South Africa’s ruling party over a police investigation of the finance minister are marking the battle lines for control of the ANC after President Jacob Zuma steps down as its leader next year. The tension within the party

Net1 CEO not concerned about Sassa challenge

Net1 CEO not concerned about Sassa challenge

The CEO of Net1 UEPS Technologies, which has the contract to distribute South Africa’s R129bn in annual welfare payments, said he isn’t “remotely concerned” about the outcome of a court case that could stop deductions for services such as funeral

BT to ramp up investment in Africa

BT to ramp up investment in Africa

Britain’s BT Group, through its BT Global Services arm, is set to ramp up investment in sub-Saharan Africa, expanding into markets in West and East Africa as it seeks to tap into growth opportunities in the business

Apple to unveil iPhone 7 on 7 September

Apple to unveil iPhone 7 on 7 September

Apple invited journalists to an event in San Francisco on 7 September where the world’s largest publicly traded company is expected to roll out a series of product upgrades. The invitation showed out-of-focus multicoloured

Gordhan fires ‘political bazooka’ at Molefe

Gordhan fires ‘political bazooka’ at Molefe

Finance minister Pravin Gordhan has fired “the political equivalent of a bazooka” at Eskom CEO Brian Molefe, Democratic Alliance MP David Maynier said on Monday after national treasury issued a statement saying that the state-owned power

Rand will ‘buckle’ if Gordhan charged

Rand will ‘buckle’ if Gordhan charged

South Africa’s credit rating would be cut and the rand would “buckle” if finance minister Pravin Gordhan is removed from his post, according to Goldman Sachs. The currency has slumped 6,2% since 23 August

SA band makes song with IBM supercomputer

SA band makes song with IBM supercomputer

A Cape Town duo is set to become one of the first bands in the world to produce a song in collaboration with a supercomputer. The electronica outfit Original Swimming Party is an

SA-made drone set to disrupt power sector

SA-made drone set to disrupt power sector

A power line inspection drone designed by local robotics engineers could be the answer to Eskom’s power cut woes, and has already piqued the interest of overseas governments. Durban engineers Trevor

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