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JSE to Employ AI to Sniff Out Corporate Crime

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) is preparing to set in motion a plan to use artificial intelligence (AI) to combat insider trading and other transgressions by listed companies, curving clandestine activities and corporate crookery, reports the Business Times. JSE CEO,...

Bitcoin Fails as Coronavirus Fear causes Massive Sell-Off

Having been previously believed to be a safe-haven asset, Bitcoin took a big slump this week amid a massive craze of equity-market selling, reports My Broadband. Having fallen as much as 3.4% on Tuesday to trade at around $9320...

Avelacom extends ultra low latency connectivity to South African capital markets

Avelacom, the high-performance connectivity and IT infrastructure solutions provider for the financial services industry, announced that it has extended its connectivity offerings to South Africa, enabling trading firms to access the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) in a fast and...

Barclays Africa Group relaunches as Absa Group with a new look

Barclays Africa Group Limited has officially been renamed Absa Group Limited and started trading under its new name and new share code (ABG) on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange on Wednesday, 11 July 2018. The name change marks the start...

South Africa: MTN Zakhele prepares for listing on JSE

MTN Zakhele has revealed that it plans to list its ordinary shares as BEE Securities on the BEE Segment of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) on 5 November 2015. MTN Zakhele, with a market capitalisation of R9 billion, will be the...

ICASA justifies attempt to stop Vodacom, Vodafone deal

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has defended its recent comments and court action aimed at preventing or delaying the listing of mobile network provider Vodacom, and the associated transfer of a controlling stake in the company...

Vodacom, Vodafone deal gets green light from High Court

South African mobile network provider, Vodacom, will go ahead with its listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) this morning, despite weekend efforts by trade unions and regulators to prevent the listing. The country’s largest organized labour movement, the Congress...

Telkom says Vodacom listing is on track

South African fixed line operator Telkom has said that all processes related to divesting its share of mobile operator Vodacom, associated with the enity’s listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) today, was firmly on track. In a statement outlining...

Trade unions plan to boycott Vodacom

South African labour unions are planning to boycott mobile network service provider, Vodacom, sighting the failure of the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) to intervene in the sale by Telkom of its remaining stake in the company....
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How to Protect Children Online: 9 Tips for Parents & Teachers

South Africa's youth and young adults are now navigating a new digital landscape that exposes them to predators, offensive...
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