Business

AI enhances Zambia's tax collection, compliance

Artificial Intelligence helps Zambia Revenue Authority increase its revenue collection.
Arnold Mulenga
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Cellucity bolsters warehouse security with Palmki palm vein system from Tactile Technologies

Tactile Technologies, local partner for Belgian biometrics company Perfect-ID, recently installed the first Perfect-ID Palmki system at the Cellucity warehouse in Cape Town.
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How to cut through the noise of marketing and communication in the digital age

It is important to have a well-defined and targeted communication strategy.
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Yesterday

Biotech start-up Immobazyme secures $1.3m in investment

With the funds the company intends to double the size of its facility and expand its production capabilities.
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Yesterday

Huawei celebrates Youth Month in SA by investing in interns

Interns are given extensive on-the-job training in information and communication technologies once they have been selected.
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Embracing the future: How hybrid multicloud innovations are redefining business agility

One of the key benefits of hybrid multicloud solutions is the ability to optimise resource utilisation across different environments.
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Friday

Video: Acer announces local monitor production in South Africa

Local production at its Boksburg assembly plant set to start in July.
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Chatbot technology is empowering South Africa’s digital natives who are shaping the future of communication

AI-driven chatbots are becoming increasingly ubiquitous as part of organisational communication strategies.
1:30

MultiChoice’s fintech foray with Moment paying off

MultiChoice says Moment was instrumental in the relaunch of its video-on-demand platform, Showmax.
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SLB commits to support Angola’s sustainable energy future

The company marked its 55th anniversary, highlighting its longstanding support towards Angola’s socio-economic development.
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11 Jun

Microsoft dismisses Nigeria exit rumours

The purported closure of Microsoft operations in Nigeria was expected to affect approximately 200 people.