Bitcoin has stalled out after reaching a record on Wednesday, but strategists are already setting out their stalls for how high the next rally will take it.
Author: Agency Staff
Eskom, which is seeking funding to move away from coal-fired power, held “fruitful discussions” with Western climate envoys recently, its CEO said.
Shares of Snap plummeted 25% on Thursday after it said privacy changes implemented by Apple hurt the company’s ability to target digital advertising.
South Africa is seeking cheap finance for more than R400-billion of electricity infrastructure as part of its plans to move away from heavily polluting coal.
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Mobile operators in Eswatini have been told to suspend access to Facebook and its messenger app after protests against the king flared up.
Vodafone said it would add nearly 7 000 software engineers to its workforce by 2025 to develop more of its own digital services across Europe and Africa.
Bitcoin fell slightly in Asian hours on Thursday, a day after marking an all-time high on optimism around the launch of the first US bitcoin futures ETF.
Former US President Donald Trump will launch his own social media app, Truth Social, that he said would “stand up to Big Tech” companies such as Twitter and Facebook.
A Nigerian tax tribunal has cleared MultiChoice Group to appeal a disputed U$4.4 billion tax bill in the country, according to people familiar with the case.