Unlocking business transformation: The power of a customer-centric partner ecosystem

In today's rapidly evolving digital business landscape, customers are raising the bar for their partners and vendors.
Marilyn Moodley

COP28: A crucial year for Africa's climate action

As we approach COP28 in Dubai this November, the urgency of climate action couldn't be more evident.

Capitec’s digital transactions balloon in six months

According to the bank, digital transaction volumes climbed by 21% in six months to 957 million, with the banking app accounting for 83% of these transactions.

Cassava Tech raises Africa's AI stakes with Atlas AI alliance

Cassava will now be able to give modern AI development capabilities, custom-built for its enterprise customers.

AUTO24 launches pre-owned car marketplace in four new markets

The platform is expanding its footprint and offering features currently not available in those markets.

Paratus inks deal with Elon Musk’s Starlink

Paratus will become a reseller for the connectivity services in Mozambique, Kenya, Rwanda, and Nigeria, before expanding to additional nations.

Exclusive: Khoi Tech to supply SA cricket with smart watches

The Johannesburg-based tech start-up’s self-developed smart watch will be used during the International Cricket World Cup, next month, and provides real-time information on vital health metrics.

The age of process automation

Whilst the above clearly makes a case for process automation, for the layman, the technology still sounds somewhat abstract.

Paratus Zambia renews global standardisation endorsements

ISO certificates indicate adherence to demanding global standards, and provide confidence and assist with compliance.

Zambian neobank Lupiya gets $8.25m in funding

The funds will be used to improve Lupiya's technology infrastructure, increase its range of financial products, and scale its operations.
21 Sep

Flapmax picks 12 African start-ups for AI innovation

The FAST Accelerator's cohort of 12 startups will start a five-week intensive acceleration programme in Silicon Valley, California, in October.

African countries are reaping the benefits of digital payments, here’s how

Some of the biggest benefits countries can expect to see are as a direct consequence of those enjoyed by consumers and businesses.