Government is intent on ensuring the embattled Eskom becomes a sustainable entity and will consult with its debt holders on any reorganisation, public enterprises minister Pravin Gordhan said.
Facebook has confirmed that hundreds of millions of user phone numbers were left on an unprotected server.
Eskom managed to keep the lights on in winter and aims to continue averting load shedding while balancing the need to increase maintenance to protect against the risk of unreliable plant performance.
Samsung has confirmed that its delayed Galaxy Fold will finally go on sale on Friday in South Korea, and other countries in the weeks that follow.
Twitter is temporarily suspending users’ ability to tweet via text message, after the social media company’s own CEO was hacked through that method last week.
Apple, one of the most cash-rich companies in the world, is still looking to get a piece of the ultra-cheap money that’s up for grabs in the bond market.
Sony has unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, which includes camera technology from its high-end digital camera line-up.
MTN Group and Shoprite are among South African firms facing a backlash to xenophobic violence in their home country.
Just days after news emerged that Cell C was pulling the plug on its wholesale fixed-LTE broadband plans, MTN South Africa has stepped into the breach, offering high-capped packages at aggressive price points.
Eskom’s power system “remains tight and vulnerable” going into the summer because of increased maintenance.