Telkom Looking for SA’s Content Creators To Feature On Its New Video Service, TelkomONE

Telkom is looking for fresh local content creators to contribute content to and have it featured on its new video service called TelkomONE -...
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Coronavirus: Motsepe Family & Associated Companies Pledges R1-bn to Fight COVID-19

The Motsepe Family in partnership with companies and organisations that they are associated with have pledged R1 billion to assist with the current Coronavirus...

Why the Relaunch of MTN’s MoMo is More Than a Mobile Money Service in SA?

By now you’ve probably heard about MoMo, a mobile money service. MoMo is back in the limelight that’s because MTN has relaunched the service in...

MTN, Sanlam to Offer Innovative Digital-Based Insurance

MTN, South Africa's second-biggest mobile phone operator, has collaborated with JSE-listed financial services group, Sanlam, to make a range of innovative and inclusive financial...

You Can Now Verify Your Digital Identity Under 3 Minutes, Thanks To A SA Start Up

By Staff Writer A South African startup is simplifying the process to establish and verify the identities of clients. This South African start-up ThisIsMe, which has innovation...

Creating Wealth Across Africa

By Africa Ranker The most successful companies in Africa are spread across the continent, from north to south, and east to west, though of the...

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SA’s AI Firm DataProphet Scoops Up Fourth Prestigious International Award

DataProphet, a South African in AI that enables manufacturers to step towards autonomous manufacturing, has been awarded the 2020 European Prescriptive for Autonomous Manufacturing...

South African Casino Operators Push For Online Casino Legislation

South African casino operators such as Tsogo Sun and Sun International are quietly pushing the government to pass legislation allowing online casinos to operate...

Cell C Loses Court Bid to Stop ICTU Strike Action

Cell C on Tuesday suffered another blow when the Labour Court in Johannesburg ruled that its application to interdict members of the Information Communications...