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Vodacom is the most reputable company among South Africa’s top 20 JSE-listed companies by revenue, a new survey has found. The 2013 RepTrak Pulse survey placed Vodacom rival MTN in fifth place, down from second place last year. Old Mutual placed second, with retailer Pick ’n Pay and Sasol taking

It’s BlackBerry, BlackBerry and more BlackBerry in the latest episode of TalkCentral, TechCentral’s weekly technology podcast hosted by Duncan McLeod and Craig Wilson. The launch of BlackBerry 10 by the company once known as Research in Motion, certainly dominated the news this week. But

Financial services giant Old Mutual has acquired personal financial management start-up 22seven as part of a strategy of what it calls “developing digital support for its customers”. The value of the deal has not been disclosed. 22seven exited its beta phase last May and began

Old Mutual and T-Systems in SA have signed an IT infrastructure management deal worth almost R2,6bn, extending the two companies’ existing relationship until 2019. They say it’s one of the largest IT infrastructure deals of this nature in SA’s insurance industry. Referred to as “Equinox”, the deal is meant

Old Mutual has signed a huge IT outsourcing deal with Dimension Data, which is being supported by partners Telkom and Nashua. The contract, worth R2,5bn over its five-year term, will result in Didata and partner Telkom managing

Mustek has pulled the plug on a plan to delist from the JSE. A consortium led by CEO David Kan and the Trinitas Private Equity Fund had wanted to execute a management buy-out of the technology company and take it private. Kan says during the preparations