Forward-thinking businesses in South Africa are now starting to confront life without Eskom by putting plans in place to generate their own energy.
Click-and-collect e-commerce, such as the locker system that Makro will introduce this year, is set to boom, according to a new report by Deloitte. The firm says in its TMT Predictions 2015 report, released last week, that strong growth is expected in Europe
Makro announced last week that it had entered into a partnership with Sasol to build e-commerce “lockers” on the fuel retailer’s forecourts. The lockers are not a new idea, having been pioneered in the US, UK and elsewhere by retailers such as Amazon and the Walmart-owned Asda, but it is
In this hour-long edition of the TalkCentral podcast, your hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg discuss – and sometimes rant about – the big news stories of the week. And there’s plenty to talk about. First up on the agenda is Telkom’s launch of LTE-Advanced and its decision
Makro has announced plans to invest in online “click and collect” lockers at Sasol petrol station forecourts. “Informed by the experience of companies such as Walmart-owned Asda, Makro is acquiring access to sites to enable delivery of online customer orders to conveniently located secure lockers, making
Apple this week began selling iTunes Store and App Store vouchers in South Africa through Pick n Pay retail outlets, TechCentral has established. They will soon be available through iStore, Hi-Fi Corp, Makro, Dion Wired and Game outlets, too. The iTunes Store and