MTN Group said on Monday that it expects to report an improvement of at least 20% in headline earnings and attributable earnings per share for the year ended December 2018.
Civil society organisation Corruption Watch said it has launched an application in the high court in Pretoria to have former Eskom board members declared delinquent.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has discussed how the ability to edit tweets could work on the platform, after again being asked about introducing the feature.
Sony reported weaker profits in the PlayStation business and cut its revenue forecast for the year, triggering the steepest share decline in two and a half years.
Glue-like substances secreted by bacteria are sticking tiny particles of plastic together in the ocean to form larger masses, scientists have discovered.
In the podcast this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg unpack the soap opera that is the fight between Vodacom and its former employee, Nkosana Makate, over the “please call me” service.
Facebook marks its 15th birthday on Monday, having expanded from a dormitory room hobby project to a network of more than two billion people at the heart of the online data privacy debate.
It’s now well known that MTN South Africa patented a “please call me”-type service in the early 2000s, beating rival Vodacom to the punch.
Vodacom cannot pay the “inventor” of the “please call me” service, Nkosana Makate, more money because the outcome of the deadlock-breaking mechanism is legally binding, the company said on Friday.
Amazon reported a rise in revenue and profits for the last quarter, as the tech giant published its latest set of financial results.