South Africa is falling behind its African peers in the blockchain investment race, but the country is making solid progress in creating a regulatory framework to govern the sector.
Author: Lungile Msomi
The City of Johannesburg, facing an energy supply and energy infrastructure crisis, is turning to the private sector for urgent help.
Private schools group Curro Holdings is piloting an artificial intelligence technology platform to help improve the performance of learners.
The CSIR has developed an app to help children with their reading and listening skills.
Eskom burned through more than 5.7 billion litres of diesel and kerosene in the past decade as it fought in vain to keep the lights on South Africa.
The South African start-up Quro Medical is pioneering hospital-level monitoring of patients, but in their own homes, using advanced technologies it has developed in-house.
The developers of the R4.6-billion property that would house Amazon.com’s Africa headquarters in Cape Town have been denied leave to appeal an interdict stopping construction.
Disney+, which will be launched in South Africa later this month, wants to more than double the number of global subscribers on the platform by 2024.
Volkswagen South Africa on 3 May built its millionth Polo for export at its Kariega (formerly Uitenhage) plant in the Eastern Cape.
Johannesburg mayor Mpho Phalatse said the city plans to partner with independent power producers and small-scale energy generators to alleviate load shedding.