Shareholders at an unprecedented number of JSE Top 40 companies have, in the past year, voted against remuneration policies and/or their implementation.
The Competition Commission claims ticketing firm Computicket and its parent, retail group Shoprite Checkers, are guilty of anticompetitive conduct and has referred the two companies for prosecution.
Retail giant Shoprite has partnered with Standard Bank, Google and global financial technology company Celbux to launch a mobile money platform for its customers. The service, called Shoprite Money, is a
Ticketing specialist Computicket said on Sunday that it has reached an agreement to acquire Entry Ninja, an online start-up that facilitates entries into South African sporting events. The deal
First National Bank has added shopping coupons from Shoprite Checkers to its smartphone banking app. The deal allows FNB customers to access in-store savings at the point of
You can’t have missed our article on Wednesday morning on government abandoning South Africa’s digital migration project. There’s no way it could have been true – there’s too much riding on a successful migration – but quite a few people were suckered by it
The South African mobile payments space is hotting up with another contender entering the fray. FlickPay is the fifth mobile payments application to be launched in South Africa in recent months and, although it’s not
Cape Town-based Facebook payments facilitator ZunguZ is expanding its offering to include debit cards, allowing its users to make purchases anywhere Visa cards are accepted. The Facebook-branded cards will be free to users and will be made available within the next six months. Launched last year, ZunguZ
SA’s ticketing industry is about to get a kick up the backside because of a new technology that will allow artists, venues and other entertainment suppliers to sell tickets directly to fans and punters via their Facebook pages and websites. The
If you go to the Broadacres SuperSpar in Johannesburg’s far north, you’ll notice something out of the ordinary on the…