The year 2018 has been a terrible one for cryptocurrencies, which have been on a race to the bottom that shows no real sign of abating.
Author: Sasha Planting
Bank Zero will be an app-driven bank, not an Internet bank, a digital bank or a virtual bank, and will not rely on physical branch infrastructure, according to chairman Michael Jordaan.
Just 10 years ago, publishing and media accounted for 89% of Naspers’s revenue. Today, 79% of its revenue is derived from e-commerce and Internet businesses – and is growing.
While financial services company Liberty may have suffered the biggest data breach ever in South Africa, losing between 20TB and 40TB of data contained in e-mails and attachments, it is not the only listed
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Across the world, people are ordering dinner to the Eiffel Tower, breakfast on Bondi Beach, lunch alongside the Tokyo Imperial Palace and picnics to Emmarentia Dam. The explosion in app-based food ordering is
After initially approving the controversial listing of Sagarmatha Technologies, a collection of small e-commerce companies huddled together with 55% of Independent Media, the JSE has rescinded its approval. According to the JSE
In a damning judgment, a full bench of the high court, headed by judge Elias Matojane, has ruled against Brian Molefe, Eskom and the minister of public enterprises in a case brought by the Economic Freedom Fighters, the
Once upon a time, Altron was voted one of the top 20 companies on the JSE. The share price climbed to R50 and the market capitalisation to R14bn as revenues reached the same levels and exports and operating
The Competition Commission believes a contract between Vodacom and the government is potentially anticompetitive and has launched an investigation into the telecommunications giant to establish this. Specifically, the