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Finalists announced in the MTN Entrepreneurship Challenge powered by Jumia

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Following a rigorous selection process, involving more than 700 applicants from 26 countries across Africa, the top three finalists in the MTN Entrepreneurship Challenge...

Mobile technology can set the world ablaze with innovation and opportunities

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The World Bank’s Global Findex financial inclusion study shows that 12% of adults in sub-Saharan Africa have mobile money accounts - compared to just...

Is this the most indispensable tablet: iPadPro

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Apple today introduced the all-new 9.7-inch iPad Pro — at just under one pound it features a new pro Retina display with greater brightness,...

Itsoseng Township to have access to MTN’s bold new digital world

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  In an effort to help increase vocational skills, access to education and life skills in previously disadvantaged communities, MTN, through its MTN SA Foundation,...

The next 100 years of mobility: BMW

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2016 sees the BMW Group celebrate its centenary under the motto THE NEXT 100 YEARS. Throughout its history, the company’s image has been defined...

Banking of the future

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    Technology has changed the world, including the banking sector, and consumers increasingly require the choice of multi-channel in addition to traditional bricks-and-mortar trading. These...

Automation won’t destroy jobs

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The last few years have seen numerous studies pointing to a bleak future with technology-induced unemployment on the rise. For example, a pivotal 2013...

MTN says now is time for greater public-private sector collaboration

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  This week Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan highlighted during the Budget Speech that partnership between government and businesses is a central priority of the National...

Smart city vision – the journey has begun

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  Much has been written over the past couple of years around the topic of ‘Smart Cities’. The utopian vision of the Smart City often...

Why big tech companies are open-sourcing their AI systems

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The world’s biggest technology companies are handing over the keys to their success, making their artificial intelligence systems open-source. By Patrick Shafto Traditionally, computer users could...