Nyiko Shiburi has been appointed as CEO of MultiChoice South Africa, replacing Mark Rayner, as the pay-television group announces sweeping management changes.
South Africa will allow municipalities to source their own power rather than buying electricity solely from the state-owned utility, potentially easing a dispute with its second biggest city, Cape Town.
British Airways has been fined £20-million by the UK data protection watchdog over a breach that compromised the personal and financial details of more than 400 000 customers.
Ant Group plans to increase the valuation target for its initial public offering to at least $280-billion due to strong demand. That would make it worth more than three times US banking giant Citibank.
Twitter is revising its “Hacked Materials Policy”, which lay at the heart of its enforcement action this week against a controversial New York Post article.
President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday unveiled a plan to revive the economy, with job creation, increased infrastructure investment, enhanced energy security and more local manufacturing among its key tenets.
Telkom dropped a bombshell on South Africa’s telecommunications industry this week when it said it was approaching the Competition Tribunal to object to Vodacom’s roaming agreements with Rain. But why?
Telkom-owned IT services company BCX has initiated a section 189 process under the Labour Relations Act that will see further retrenchments at the company.
The story of TSMC’s industry dominance steamed ahead unabated on Thursday, with record earnings on the back of booming demand for chips used in smartphones and servers.
US fintech and Internet payments leader Stripe said on Thursday that it is acquiring Paystack, a Nigerian payments start-up, as it looks to grow its footprint across the African continent.