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South African SMEs Looked Online & Abroad for Customers During COVID, New Research Shows

Research released Tuesday, conducted by World Wide Worx on behalf of PayPal and FNB, shows that South African SMEs went online in response to the pandemic, extended the number of payment methods they offer and started looking to international...

Arthur Goldstuck to Speak at IT News Africa’s Free E-Waste & IT Sustainability Webinar

According to the UN Global E-Waste Monitor, global e-waste will reach 74 metric tonnes by 2030, an increase from the 50-million tonnes of e-waste we have to deal with today. Time is officially running out as the UN’s 2030 deadline...

Facebook is South Africa’s favourite social media platform

On Wednesday 20 September 2017 brand intelligence organisation, Ornico, and high-tech market research consultancy, World Wide Worx, revealed the findings of the SA Social Media Landscape 2018 study which showed that social media use has intensified among South Africans...

South Africa launches National Broadband Council

South Africa's National Broadband Advisory Council (NBAC), which will advise the Minister of Communications on the implementation of “South Africa Connect”, the Broadband policy and strategy, was officially launched yesterday. The Council comprises independent technical experts and representatives of business,...

Entrepreneur bets on Mobile Enterprise Tools in Uganda

In a report entitled How Africa’s mobile revolution is disrupting the continent, published on CNN, author Nmachi Jidenma refers to statistics by Informa Telecoms which suggest that the continent is well on its way to achieve 1 billion mobile...

Facebook gaining not waning in Africa

This week marks the tenth anniversary of the inception of Mark Zuckerberg’s global social network giant Facebook. In October 2013 the Company reported financial results for the third quarter, which ended September 30, confirming its attraction of 728 million...

Will taxes kill mobile money in Africa?

One sector continues to show growth in Africa and demonstrate the genuine potential the continent has to leapfrog global counterparts: mobile money services. Stakeholders, including mobile operators, have echoed the sentiment that the market is gaining traction and offers...

Cloud uptake set to explode across Africa

Cloud computing uptake is about to explode in Africa’s major economies as businesses gain confidence in both the security and reliability of the Cloud. This was the key finding of the Cloud in Africa: Reality Check 2013 research study, released today...

Apps biggest driver of SA’s mobile economy

The app has become the single most significant tool driving the mobile economy in South Africa. The use of apps on phones has shot up from 24% of adult cellphone users in cities and towns in mid-2012 to 43%...

What South Africa’s students cannot do without

  South Africa’s students are addicted to social media – but are almost unanimous that it enhances both their academic and social lives. In fact, they believe it may even help them during exam time. This was the key finding of...
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How Are Smart Contracts Transforming Financial Transactions?

In the dynamic landscape of financial technology, smart contracts emerge as a transformative force. These self-executing contracts, with terms...
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