Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted on Wednesday that the company will ban all political ads, delivering a jab to Facebook, which has come under fire for the way it’s handled advertising by candidates.
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National treasury wants to forge ahead with long-stalled plans to sell state assets to shore up the nation’s shaky finances despite opposition from other government departments and labour unions.
Africa Data Centres, a pan-African company that provides data services, has expanded its use of solar power by ordering the installation of a 1.2MW plant at its facility in Nairobi.
Finance minister Tito Mboweni said on Wednesday that government will stop buying cellphones for public representatives and senior managers in the public service.
The cost of propping up South Africa’s debt-stricken state power utility is mounting, placing severe pressure on the national budget and exacerbating the risk it poses to the nation’s finances.
Takeaway.com and Prosus haven’t started throwing egg rolls at each other, but they aren’t far off. With shareholders having to choose between two very different deals, the battle is turning ugly.
Worries about charging electric cars could become a thing of the past as a team of engineers say they have developed a battery that can recharge in 10 minutes.
The rand plummeted and bonds extended declines as investors faced the stark reality of what bailouts for the embattled state power utility will cost South Africa.
South Africa has unveiled its long-awaited plan to save its debt-stricken state power utility, including exposing it to greater competition, lowering fuel costs, increasing renewable energy output and selling non-core assets.