Significant investment needed in supply chain tech
Nearly two-thirds of surveyed global supply chain professionals say they require better technologies and data to optimise their processes, says IHS Markit.
Ford Credit customers affected by Absa data leak
Ongoing investigations into the Absa data leak reveal an additional group of customers belonging to Absa and Ford Credit had been compromised.
Acer Africa pins hopes on Google cable for Chrome Enterprise growth
The multinational PC corporation believes Google's Equiano cable project will fuel more demand for its Chrome Enterprise portfolio in SA.
Skills demand fuels university’s new data science degree
Stellenbosch University introduces an undergraduate Bachelor in Data Science degree programme, as the demand for data scientists supersedes supply.
Truecaller reaches 43m African users, intros business solution
The caller ID service introduces Truecaller Business Identity, to allow companies to verify their identities when making calls to customers.
Spectrum policy flaws ‘will alienate millions of South Africans’
The spectrum policy is impaired by fundamental failures, which will rob millions of South Africans of crucial digital services, says the Free Market Foundation.
Old Mutual’s 22seven refocuses strategy with new business units
The Old Mutual-owned money management app introduces the API and Insights business units as part of its refocused strategy.
Former security guard launches blockchain-based marketplace
South African entrepreneur Tim Hogins introduces Blacqmarket, an online marketplace focusing on Africa’s formal and informal business sectors.
UCT academics scoop Google research scholarship awards
Two University of Cape Town academics become the only Africans to receive scholarship awards for the 2021 Google Research Scholar Programme.
SA firms dabble with non-fungible tokens amid global gold rush
More local companies identify the huge potential in non-fungible tokens, as the blockchain-based cryptographic craze booms across the globe.
Nokia refreshes phone line-up with six new phones
HMD Global unveils new devices across the Nokia X, G and C series range, as it faces fierce competition from Huawei and Samsung.