There is a high risk of rolling electricity blackouts in South Africa on Wednesday evening, state-owned power monopoly Eskom said in a statement.
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Naspers said on Monday that it has concluded the sale of its 11.2% stake in Indian e-commerce company Flipkart, realising $2.2-billion (about R32.2-billion) in proceeds.
Uber has asked government to delay the implementation of a new licensing framework for drivers until “current challenges” experienced by public transport operators for operating licences are resolved.
The Cape Town Internet Exchange (Cinx), an Internet exchange point operated by INX-ZA, has been expanded to a third location in Diep River.
After suspending operations around the world following a ban by the US government, ZTE South Africa is back in business, the Chinese telecommunications equipment company said on Monday.
Barely four months after joining Telkom’s BCX subsidiary as chief operating officer, Michael Buttner has resigned. He will leave BCX’s employ at the end of the month.
ICT provider Vox said on Wednesday that it will shut its Waverley, Johannesburg data centre in favour of an outsourced arrangement with Teraco.
MultiChoice has launched three new apps for its DStv Now streaming service, for Apple TV, media players running Android TV and Samsung smart TVs.
A new, South African-developed rival to Facebook’s WhatsApp, which offers zero-rated data access on South Africa’s four largest mobile operators, has been launched.