A senior Chinese foreign-exchange regulatory official called for “special attention” to be paid to blockchain as the nation looks to gain advantages from digital finance.
An economy stuck in the longest downward cycle since World War 2, chronic electricity shortages and soft business confidence – after 20 months running South Africa, patience is wearing thin with Cyril Ramaphosa.
The PIC has been thrown into further turmoil after firing an assistant portfolio manager who warned that the organisation moved too quickly when investing in a little-known technology company.
Microsoft has won the sought-after Jedi cloud computing contract with the Pentagon, dealing a blow to the market leader, Amazon.com, which had been the front-runner.
Adobe exposed the data of 7.5 million of its creative software customers, a person familiar with the matter said, in the latest example of a company leaving consumer information visible on the Internet.
It is not the SABC’s intention to compete with Netflix. Its video streaming plans are a smart move by management that deserve praise, not scorn. By Duncan McLeod.
The group that has hacked the City of Johannesburg is demanding a ransom of four bitcoins worth the equivalent of about R450 000.
The South African Banking Risk Information Centre warned on Friday that local banks are under sustained distributed denial-of-service attacks, targeting “various public-facing services”.
Transnet has officially put its world record-breaking 375-wagon train into operation on its manganese line between Sishen and Saldanha Bay.
A flurry of large trades in Naspers affiliate Tencent shows Asia’s biggest stock will struggle to avoid its worst week in months.