South Africa’s plans to tap emergency power from vessel-based plants faces another potential snag, with business groups questioning whether proper processes are being followed.
Government recently published a draft national data and cloud policy that has potentially far-reaching implications. Bowmans partners Heather Irvine and Livia Dyer unpack what it all means in this podcast interview.
As the economy sheds jobs and business closures mount because of the Covid-19 lockdowns, South Africa has its work cut out in attempting to expand the tax base. By Robyn Berger.
Cell C’s largest shareholder, Blue Label Telecoms, will delay publication of its full-year financial results until late September to deal with various issues related to the mobile operator’s recapitalisation and restructuring.
“We don’t have another chance to do this again. We have to do this right,” interim CEO Douglas Craigie Stevenson said in an interview with TechCentral.
Cell C’s largest shareholder, JSE-listed Blue Label Telecoms, has moved to reassure nervous investors about the mobile operator’s prospects.
The troubles facing financially distressed mobile operator Cell C have taken a dramatic turn. TechCentral received this open letter from CEO Douglas Craigie Stevenson on Wednesday evening, which we publish here in full.
South African innovators hoping to position the country as a hub for fintech innovation are bound to be disappointed by a seemingly small tax law change being proposed.
The gig economy has taken over the world, with most people not fully realising its impact. Put simply, the gig economy is a labour market characterised by freelance, flexible, on-demand work rather than
The rise of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies could relegate central banks to the sidelines unless they confront the challenges that digital currencies bring: decentralised financial dealings, anonymous transfers and the