There is a frequent misconception in discussions around digital banks, namely that digital banks and traditional banks differ only at the surface. There’s much more to it. By TymeBank CEO Tauriq Keraan.
South Africa’s mobile operators, including Vodacom, MTN and Rain, are set to face a big challenge to their business models from an unexpected quarter: fixed-line broadband. By Duncan McLeod.
In terms of the Cybercrimes Act, messages that threaten destruction to an individual’s person or property are criminal offences. However, the legislation does not yet have a commencement date. By Ahmore Burger-Smidt.
As we emerge on the other side, battered and bruised from days of looting and violence, we must pledge that this will not happen in South Africa again. Not on our watch. The time for action is now. By Godfrey Motsa.
Dear @jack, as you may be aware by now, South Africa is burning. What you might not know is that your platform is being abused by political antagonists to flame the violence. By Duncan McLeod.
The news this week that the State IT Agency is pressuring national treasury to ban government from doing business with JSE-listed IT services group EOH Holdings makes no sense.
The rationale for introducing new players in the South African banking industry appear to be based, for the most part, on the wrong notions. By Rabelani Dagada.
Non-fungible tokens are exploding into the world of art, media and entertainment as a means to safeguard digital files and, in turn, enhance the protection of intellectual property. By Kim
It’s been more than three years since the South African Revenue Service’s media statement on cryptocurrencies. Sadly, little further has been communicated since then. By Tertius Troost.
The Post Office is mounting a campaign to enforce its monopoly over the delivery of small items. If it gets its way, it will inflict long-lasting damage on South Africa’s fledgling e-commerce industry. By Duncan McLeod.