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  • What SMMEs need to consider during the festive season

    What SMMEs need to consider during the festive season

    December 5, 2018 • StartupsComments Off on What SMMEs need to consider during the festive season

    As the year draws to a close, it’s important for small, medium and micro enterprises (SMMEs) to have a strategic plan in place for business continuity. So before you get into a festive frame of mind, take a look at these top tips on what SMME’s need...

  • Vanu partners Africa Mobile Networks to deliver mobile connection services in Africa

    Top mobile tips for the Festive Season

    November 28, 2018 • Mobile and Telecoms, Top StoriesComments Off on Top mobile tips for the Festive Season

    From mobile data-saving tips to numbers to call in a roadside emergency, the Festive Season’s the time of year when mobile-related advice flies almost as fast as those trolley races down aisles. Need to know how to trim your mobile spend in anticipation of...

  • Cell C temporarily suspends channels on video-streaming service

    Cell C offers 50GB for R500 this Black Friday

    November 20, 2018 • Mobile and Telecoms, Southern Africa, Top StoriesComments Off on Cell C offers 50GB for R500 this Black Friday

    Starting this Black Friday, Cell C will be offering a prepaid data SIM loaded with 50GB of data for R500 (R10 per Gigabyte). “This is the perfect option for those going on holiday this Festive season. Consumers can stay connected wherever they are. Simply...

  • Superbalist adopts new technologies to speed up browsing

    Retailers warned to keep e-commerce platforms up-to-date this festive season

    December 12, 2017 • Retail, Security, Top StoriesComments Off on Retailers warned to keep e-commerce platforms up-to-date this festive season

    A study conducted by Kaspersky Lab has revealed that over 77 percent of companies globally have suffered from some kind of attack during the last 12 months. The Kaspersky Lab IT Security Economics Report shows that over the past year there has been an...

  • SA online retailers can avoid the festive slump

    December 14, 2016 • Retail, Southern Africa, Top StoriesComments Off on SA online retailers can avoid the festive slump

    Despite several well-documented mishaps and site breakdowns, Black Friday and Cyber Monday evoked the online shopping boon that local e-tailers were hoping for. In line with the global retailing frenzy, local brands and businesses enjoyed a massive surge in...

  • Maximise the holiday e-commerce cheer and avoid a fraud hangover

    December 9, 2016 • SecurityComments Off on Maximise the holiday e-commerce cheer and avoid a fraud hangover

    This year’s sudden spike in online shopping on Black Friday showed the true potential of e-commerce in South Africa. But it also showed that local merchants may not be prepared for sudden spikes in e-commerce trade which will continue into the festive...

  • The tax means Ugandans will now have to pay 200 Ugandan shillings ($0.05) a day to use popular platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and WhatsApp.

    6 ways to stay cyber safe this holiday season

    December 8, 2016 • SecurityComments Off on 6 ways to stay cyber safe this holiday season

    Criminal activity often peaks over holiday seasons, mostly because people are in good spirits and let their guard down. Many of the things we do over this period also make for easy opportunities for criminals to capitalise on. “The biggest myth we all...

  • Superbalist adopts new technologies to speed up browsing

    Retailers, be vigilant! Card- and cybercrime threat trends for the holiday season

    December 5, 2016 • Retail, Security, Southern AfricaComments Off on Retailers, be vigilant! Card- and cybercrime threat trends for the holiday season

    ‘Tis the season to be joyful, for family and gifts, fun and relaxation. Consumers are eager to spend and retailers are keen for the windfall of the holidays. This annual event does sometimes produce spectacles worthy of parody, such as the insane crowds...