Simnikiwe Mzekandaba

Afri Ride app heads to Zimbabwe

Less than a year after launch, Afri Ride’s creators are taking the ride-sharing app to neighbouring country Zimbabwe.

Africa needs accelerated ICT, renewable energy investment

UNESCO’s Dr Huber Gijzen encourages investment in renewable energy and ICT infrastructure on the continent, to boost education efforts.

Africa’s ‘Amazon’ for COVID-19 medical supplies launches

The Africa Medical Supplies Platform unlocks access to critical COVID-19 medical equipment for all member states of the African Union.

Huawei’s African operations weather US pushback

Despite the ban in the US, Huawei says its local operations continue to grow from strength to strength.

Huawei revenue to 'shrug off' trade war

The US ban is unlikely to dent Huawei’s revenue anytime soon, boosted by its domestic market China and the EMEA region, says GlobalData.

Cisco, ITU look to boost digital skills in Africa

The multi-stakeholder partnership seeks to tackle the digital skills gap in communities through a digital transformation initiative.

Africa's chance at a quantum leap

The World Economic Forum on Africa promises to shine light on Industry 4.0, as Africa looks to capitalise on the opportunities.

Huawei promises OpenLabs for other African nations

The Chinese manufacturer confirms plans to establish OpenLabs in Kenya and Nigeria soon.

Facebook maps out Africa using artificial intelligence

Facebook uses its data science skills, and expertise in AI and machine learning to map out local populations.

Huawei's Honor extends channel network

Honor outlines its channel partner selection, as it prepares to launch its latest smartphone to the South African market.

Web aspirations for the next 30 years

Enabling better access to education tops the list of South African aspirations for the future of the internet.
Feb 13, 2019

South Africa's 5G reality revealed

5G network subscriptions and end-user devices will be in the spotlight in 2019.