Nigeria will work with Bitt as a technical partner in its bid to launch its own cryptocurrency, the eNaira, the central bank said on Monday.
China’s new rules forbidding under-18s from playing videogames for more than three hours a week knocked shares in Tencent, while young players took to social media to express their outrage.
Technology investor Prosus said on Tuesday it had agreed to buy Indian payments platform BillDesk for $4.7-billion to complement its own PayU business.
Blue Label Telecoms has suspended two senior executives pending an investigation into possible irregularities, details of which the JSE-listed group has declined to disclose at this stage.
Icasa has once again extended the allocation of emergency temporary spectrum to mobile operators under the Covid-19 regulations, but has warned the latest three-month extension will be the last.
Eskom, which supplies almost all South Africa’s electricity from coal-fired power plants, is considering spending R106-billion on wind and solar energy by 2030.
China will forbid minors from gaming more than three hours most weeks of the year, imposing their strictest controls yet in a blow to the world’s largest mobile gaming arena.
Over R30-billion is being left on the table because of consumer experience problems and other issues, which is coincidentally the current market value of e-commerce in South Africa.
Researchers who discovered a massive flaw in the main databases stored in Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform have urged all users to change their digital access keys, not just the 3 300 it notified this week.
“Fomo” remains alive and well in the cryptocurrency world, with lesser-known tokens outperforming again in the wake of recent rallies staged by industry leaders bitcoin and ether.