SA’s Largest Online Retailer Takealot.com Revenues Defy Pandemic

South Africa’s largest online retailer, Takealot.com, reported on Monday a 41% jump in revenue to $238 million (R3.7 billion) in the six-months to end 30...
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Are South Africans Sacrificing their Rights by Allowing Phone-Tracking?

by Alison Gillwald; Anri van der Spuy, and Gabriella Razzano Tracking people infected with COVID-19 has become an important weapon in global responses to combatting...

The Tyranny of the Social Media Filter Bubble

by Ben Dickson Two days ago one of the worst crimes against humanity in recent years took place in Syria. The government of Bashar al-Assad carried...

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MTN Increases Stake in Mobile Micro-Insurance Firm aYo

MTN, Africa’s largest mobile phone group, has increased its shareholding in mobile-micro-insurance firm aYo through acquisition of additional shares. In 2017, South Africa’s third-biggest insurer Momentum...

SA Taxi Teases the Idea of Creating a Minibus Taxi Bank

Transaction Capital, the owners of SA Taxi, on Tuesday gave us an idea about how the JSE-listed group wants to bring banking to the...

SA-Born 4IR-Tech Disruptor Revolutionises Traditional Lay-By System

The traditional lay-by system has long represented an enormous headache for merchants and retailers, marked by high administrative costs and high non-completion rates. But...