MetroFibre buys Link Africa’s fibre assets in Gauteng, KZN
The company has acquired the fibre-to-the-home network and infrastructure of Link Africa in Gauteng and Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Volvo, DiDi sign pact to boost robotaxi operations
Under the agreement, Volvo will provide DiDi with XC90 cars equipped with necessary backup systems for functions such as steering and braking.
Irate iCE3X clients plot legal action over missing Bitcoins
The crypto traders believe there is collusion, as there has been no meaningful communication about the liquidation of one of the oldest crypto exchanges in SA.
IT personality, visionary CIOs of 2020 revealed
Livestock Wealth’s Ntuthuko Shezi, Assupol’s Nomthi Nelwamondo and Wits University's Stanley Mpofu scooped the top accolades at the 2020 IITPSA President's Awards.
Positive vibes in SA crypto space as Coinbase makes Nasdaq debut
Local crypto players are excited about the landmark listing of the US’s biggest exchange and believe the move will spur regulation of the burgeoning industry.
Crypto firm Revix raises R58m, looks to create jobs in SA
The local crypto-currency investment platform raises millions in off-shore funding, and is looking to create employment in the country.
Crypto exchange Luno facilitates record R121bn transactions
The home-grown crypto exchange has achieved 300% year-on-year growth compared to January 2020, and recorded $8.3 billion in transactions worldwide.
How SA’s average 1GB mobile data price compares with the world
The country still ranks among the bottom half of countries with the world’s most expensive mobile data prices, according to a new report.
Herotel positions to become national fibre player
Although the operator has announced compelling fibre prices, analysts say its footprint remains small, fragmented and mainly outside the main urban centres of the country.
Blow to MTN staffers accusing execs of swindling them of millions
The High Court removes the case in which the employees were accusing the company’s senior execs of swindling millions of empowerment shares.
US targets Chinese supercomputing firms with sanctions
These entities are involved with building supercomputers used by China’s military actors, says the US Department of Commerce.