Online shopping was on an upward trajectory long before the Covid-19 pandemic and enforced national lockdown. Despite efforts by some dealerships to sell cars this way, it’s not really feasible. By Mark Dommisse.
To achieve unique results in the technology era, you can’t keep thinking about data the same old way. Instead, you need to consider the unique ways you can harness it to provide equally unique solutions to your clients. By FNB’s Mark Nasila.
New South African online regulations encroach on and frustrate the right to freedom of expression enshrined in the constitution, among many other problems they introduce. By Janet MacKenzie and Reinhardt Biermann.
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of e-commerce in a way no company could have imagined. Investors will find no shortage of newly energised investment opportunities. By Gerrit Smit.
The legal framework surrounding royalty payments is sound. However, to a large extent, musicians still find themselves in a position where they are underpaid and undervalued. By Roberto Barreiro.
The days of business predictability are long gone. They started unravelling with the dot-com bubble and now, with Covid, they are most decidedly a thing of the past. By Paul Ruinaard.
As of Monday morning’s open on Wall Street, Apple – the listed US company that’s attracted the largest valuation of them all – had a market capitalisation of $1.7-trillion.
Could communications regulator Icasa miss its self-imposed deadline of licensing 4G- and 5G-suitable spectrum by the end of the year? There is now a real concern this could happen. By Duncan McLeod.
When leaders think about investing in technology, they should first think about investing in the people who can realise the full potential of that technology. By Bryan Hattingh.
Why does the narrative remain that some “duopoly” between Vodacom and MTN is the source of South Africa’s relatively high data prices? It’s not true. By Martin van Staden.