Liquid Telecom Enables Africa’s Digital Economy

Liquid Telecom believes there is a massive opportunity to fast-track Africa’s digital economy. The continent’s biggest fibre company wants to enable entrepreneurs to be at...
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South African Start-up Wants to Make Brand Management Easier on all Platforms

Entrepreneur Paula Sartini would love to see users of search giant Google and other platforms use her company’s solutions to make brand management easier...

SA’s Startup SnapnSave Gets R14 million Investment

By Staff Writer SnapnSave, South Africa’s fastest growing shopping community, has sold a minority stake to both Kalon Venture Partners and Smollan Group SA. Kalon, a...

The Silicon Cape Became a Reality for Cape Town Startup

By Staff Writer Cape Town is rapidly establishing itself as the biggest continental hub for technology startups. The Stellenbosch and Cape Town area is often referred...

SA’s Venture Capital Firm Silvertree Plans to Invest R130 million into tech companies

Silvertree Internet Holdings is planning to invest about R130 million in the next 12 months into new and existing portfolio companies that make use...

How is Internet of Things Shaping Up new African Businesses?

By Staff Writer When the internet was first invented over 25 years ago, no one could have predicted that it would have such enormous social,...

Behind the Spick & Span in South Africa there are 3 On-Demand Cleaning Startups

Are you looking for the best on-demand cleaning services? The On-Demand Economy is defined as the economic activity created by digital marketplaces that fulfil consumer...

SA’s Top 10 FinTech Firms to Keep an Eye on

Don’t be left in the dark with what’s disrupting the financial services industry in South Africa. The FinTech (Financial Technology) sector is experiencing explosive growth...

SA’s PayFast Celebrates a Decade in Business With 80 000 Registered Merchants

PayFast  - with more than 80 000 registered merchants – is celebrating its 10th birthday amidst a flurry of FinTech players and crypto currencies...

Project Isizwe Claims it Saved Tshwane Citizens Over R1 Billion in Free WiFi

Project Isizwe, which provides the Tshwane Free WiFi service, boasted on Tuesday that it had saved the City of Tshwane more than R1 billion...

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South Africa Needs A National Database Of Addresses: How It Could Be Done

by Antony K Cooper, Samy Katumba,  and Serena Coetzee, Addresses provide people with a social status: a sense of identity and being recognised as a...

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...