Multichoice Africa Group will list in the “broadcasting and entertainment” sector on the main board of the JSE on 27 February 2019, the pay-TV operator said in a statement after markets closed on Monday.
MultiChoice Africa Group, which will list on the JSE next month, expects to pay executive chairman Imtiaz Patel R22.2-million for the year ended 31 March 2019, up from R19.7-million in the 2018 financial year.
The Competition Tribunal has issued a R20-million “administrative penalty” against Computicket for abusing its dominance between mid-2005 and 2010. It has 60 business days to pay the fine.
WhatsApp is to limit the number of times users can forward any single message to five in an attempt to stop false information spreading on the platform.
Evan Blass, known for leaking details, including images, of the latest smartphones before they are officially unveiled, has published a photo of what he believes shows three models of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S10.
Regulation can help customers and existing financial institutions gain more comfort in cryptocurrencies and drive the adoption of bitcoin. By Angus Brown.
Global hacker group Anonymous appears to be taking aim at government websites in Zimbabwe in protest at the government’s decision to block access to social media services and curtail access to the Internet.
Elon Musk has backed himself into a corner with Tesla’s most crucial car. Some would-be customers have waited almost three years to take delivery of the Model 3,
DJI has unearthed cases of fraud involving its own employees that may trigger losses of about $150-million for the world’s largest drone maker.
As crypto assets such as bitcoin continue to enjoy popularity among speculative investors, the South African Reserve Bank has kick-started the process for “light regulation” of these products.