Eskom’s debt burden, described by Goldman Sachs Group as the biggest threat to the nation’s economy, has burgeoned, compounding the difficulty the government faces in formulating a turnaround plan.
Vodacom and Telkom will complete the work they need to do for their roaming agreement by the June deadline, Vodacom Group CEO Shameel Joosub said this week.
“Stretched”, “thumb-suck” and “manipulation” were among the words used at the judicial commission of inquiry into the Public Investment Corp to describe the informal pre-listing valuation carried out by Ayo Technology Solutions executives.
Chinese PC maker Lenovo has debuted a preview version of what it calls the world’s first foldable PC.
Crypto enthusiasts at this year’s Consensus conference might feel disappointed that some of the most optimistic speculation underpinning surging token prices isn’t panning out.
US President Donald Trump plans in coming days to sign an executive order that would prohibit American firms from using gear made by foreign telecommunications companies.
Microsoft has issued a critical Windows update to older machines to prevent a vulnerability which could allow attacks to spread in a similar way to WannaCry.
Facebook will restrict people who have broken certain rules from using its Live streaming feature in response to the mosque terror attack in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Wall Street is finally turning more bullish on Jumia Technologies as its debut results as a public company quelled some fears amid a scathing report from short-seller Citron Research.
The discovery that hackers could snoop on WhatsApp should alert users of supposedly secure messaging apps to an uncomfortable truth.