Eskom has had four fewer days of load shedding in 2022 to date, compared to the same period in 2021, though the extent of the rolling power cuts has been more severe.
Author: Duncan McLeod
Zoom Video Communications is expanding its South African office and has appointed First Distribution as a partner in a major channel sales push.
IT services firm Gijima has hired IBM’s former Southern Africa head Hamilton Ratshefola as its new group managing executive, replacing Maphum Nxumalo.
The R4.3-billion in pension fund money that the PIC controversially pumped into the Iqbal Survé-linked Ayo Technology Solutions is proving to be a terrible investment.
Podcast | South Africa’s exchange control regulations are harming the potential of South Africa’s technology start-up ecosystem, says Newtown Partners’ Llew Claasen.
EOH Holdings, its board and its CEO, Stephen van Coller have been heaped with praise by the state capture commission for the way the group disclosed its role in government corruption.
The industry body has lodged an objection with the Competition Commission over Vodacom’s plan to buy a significant minority stake in CIVH.
Outa is challenging the energy regulator’s decision to approve the construction of floating gas power stations in three South African ports.
Veteran journalist Moshoeshoe Monare has been appointed as SABC group executive for news and current affairs.
MTN Group CEO Ralph Mupita expects consolidation in the markets in which the group operates as high capital investment requirements make it increasingly difficult for smaller operators to keep up.