Stellenbosch will play host to a planned trial of the feasibility of introducing electric minibus commuter taxis in South Africa.
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Fresh from the successful listing of its former subsidiary, Bytes Technology Group, in the UK, could Altron look at an unbundling of Netstar next as it seeks to unlock further value for shareholders?
Altron’s continued turnaround, under the leadership of CEO Mteto Nyati, delivered the best performance among technology shares listed on the JSE in 2018, TechCentral’s annual review of the sector shows.
Mix Telematics was the best performing technology share on the JSE in 2017, TechCentral’s annual analysis of share price performances shows. The company, which provides fleet management and vehicle tracking services, saw its
Two former high-flying IT services companies have been the laggards on the JSE in 2017 so far. EOH and Adapt IT have underperformed all other IT stocks, falling by 33.9% and 42.4% respectively to mid-August. The two companies have fallen
Huge Group, Adapt IT and Net1 UEPS Technologies top the list of the best performing technology shares on the JSE in 2015. In a difficult economic environment, the three counters have far outperformed the overall market, adding 95,2%, 58,5% and 55,5% respectively over the past 12 months
In five years, there will be more than 930m mobile subscribers in sub-Saharan Africa. As mobile coverage across the region expands, the opportunities for better logistics management are vast. “There is a huge focus on mobility in transportation fleets in Africa,” says MiX Telematics director Steven Sutherland. Drivers can use their smartphones
Telecommunications regulator, the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (Icasa), has been dragged to court for not disclosing the status of a service provider accused of operating without a licence. Having been sent
Social media, it seems, is going to become a more prominent part of our lives, whether or not we want it to be. Although some of us remain sceptical about the mundane information overload, social networking occasionally has more pros than cons — as evidenced by Waze, a new social networking traffic app that was recently launched officially