Arthur Goldstuck
3:30
May 12, 2021

SA generates R30,2bn in online trade in 2020

Research shows online retail more than doubled in two years, driving by demand for home deliveries.
5:20

Skills shortage holding SA back from a bright digital future

Huawei virtual event explores the transformative capabilities of 5G, cloud and artificial intelligence.
3:30

Africa to emerge as hotspot for cloud growth

Organisations increasingly leveraging multiple cloud deployments, according to recent World Wide Worx report.
4:10
Sep 28, 2020

New report says measured spectrum allocation key to digital economy

The allocation of spectrum is an opportunity to utilise communications tech for economic development for the country as a whole, says a World Wide Worx study
5:40
Sep 8, 2020

COVID-19 drives African states into cashless societies

Cash may have traditionally been king, but the coronavirus pandemic is contributing to a faster pace of mobile money adoption across the continent.
6:00

Africa embraces cloud even as security fears persist

While cloud computing is now a standard business tool among African businesses, IT decision-makers remain concerned about the spate of data breaches.
5:40

Cloud central to business continuity in Africa

Vast majority of respondents to latest Cloud in Africa Report affirm technology’s role in supporting operations amid COVID-19.
7:20
Aug 12, 2020

Remote working success heavily dependent on DX strategy

A new study has shed light on how South African companies are faring in the new norm of a remote working culture – and what the future may look like as a result.
7:10
May 14, 2020

Telcos announce 37,000km 2Africa subsea cable

Collaboration looks to establish new subsea cable project to link 23 countries on the continent, the Middle East and Europe.
5:20
Mar 25, 2020

COVID-19 forces Africa into tech introspection

Amid the frenzy of fear and lockdown, Africa’s ICT and telecommunications markets have a chance to leapfrog, one analyst suggests.
4:10

In the age of AI, who owns what?

Copyright is owned by the human author of the work (or by their employer, if they’re employed) explains Herman van Schalkwyk, Partner at Spoor & Fisher, South Africa.