Naspers-controlled Takealot group reported revenue growth of 55% in the last financial year despite a ban on unfettered e-commerce during the height of the hard lockdown in 2020.
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A pandemic-fuelled online shopping boom lifted South Africa’s e-commerce sales by 66% last year to more than R30-billion, according to a new research report published on Wednesday.
As Icasa prepares to release the long-awaited invitation to apply this week for five broadband spectrum bands, a new research report has cautioned the authority to set realistic prices.
The adoption of cloud computing has soared in the three main markets in sub-Saharan Africa in the past five years, but South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria are using the technology very differently, according to new
“Vodacom to reduce out-of-bundle prices by as much as 50%,” the breathless headline of the press release the mobile operator issued on Tuesday says. And it’s true, Vodacom will reduce out-of-bundle rates on 15 October. And some
Internet penetration has reached 75% of the population in the Western Cape and 54.7% in Gauteng, but other, more rural provinces have fallen far behind, new research from World Wide Worx shows. The company’s Internet Access in
A Johannesburg start-up is set to become the first company to manufacture smartphones in Africa, taking advantage of low costs and growing local demand to build handsets, tablets and other devices based on
Instagram and Snapchat are South Africa’s fastest growing social networks, with Facebook still holding the top spot. This is according to the 2017 Social Media Landscape Survey, which has been released by local technology
The television landscape in South Africa has seen a shift in recent months with the launch of streaming content and video-on-demand services, says a local expert. While the launch of streaming content has not had a major impact on traditional forms
The battle over South Africa’s wireless broadband spectrum auction highlights significant government policy missteps, said local technology analyst Arthur Goldstuck. Debate over a planned wireless broadband spectrum by communications