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Lenovo Group posted a surprise quarterly loss after losing its grip on the global PC market, while its smartphone unit continues to bleed money. China’s largest PC maker reported a net loss of US$72m in the three months

There’s only one stock in Asia that’s really mattered this year – Tencent Holdings, in which South Africa’s Naspers has a 33.2% stake. A 76% surge in its Hong Kong shares has lifted the company’s value by US$175bn (R2.3 trillion

An intervention by the Democratic Alliance administration in Johannesburg to clean up contracts with service providers has brought the electronic enforcement of speed limits to a halt and seriously affected law enforcement

Finnish company HMD Global has unveiled its latest Nokia-branded smartphone in a first bid to win over Samsung Electronics and Apple customers. The Nokia 8 will be available in September and will retail for a global

Pakamile Pongwana has resigned as CEO of communications regulator Icasa. This is after Pongwana was placed on “precautionary suspension” on…

Naspers’s conglomerate discount is widening. Its one-third stake in Tencent Holdings alone is now worth 27% more than the South African Internet company’s entire market cap. After a 70% increase in its stock so far this year

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

Bitcoin continues to smash records, hitting a series of record highs in just one weekend. The cryptocurrency hit an all-time high of just over $4 225 on Sunday as the bull run played out across global bitcoin exchanges. In South Africa