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Royal Swaziland Sugar Corporation now driven by SAP HANA

SAP SE has announced that the Royal Swaziland Sugar Corporation (RSSC) selected SAP HANA as its platform of choice, pulling 23 separate systems together under one umbrella. As a major producer of sugar, comprising 66 percent of Swaziland’s output of the crop,...

Aflix extends service to 30 African countries

Online mobile video streaming application, Aflix, has extended its Hollywood mobile streaming service to 30 more countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. The service originally launched in Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana. According to the company, the service will now be available in...

SAP’s suite deal for Swazi Sugar

On Monday 22 July global enterprise software solutions provider SAP introduced Royal Swazi Sugar Corporation (RSSC), the first SAP Business Suite powered by SAP HANA in Africa. The Swaziland-based company chose the solution with the goal to speed up processes,...

SAP fosters new hope for HIV/AIDS orphans in Africa

As part of its commitment to help the world run better and improve people’s lives, SAP AG  has contributed technology and education-related donations to Young Heroes, a non-governmental organization (NGO) that supports HIV/AIDS orphans. This donation coincides with SAP...

MTN to sue Swaziland’s SPTC for $100 million

MTN in Swaziland is reportedly getting ready to take Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications Corporation (SPTC) to court for $100 million, after MTN claims that SPTC was in breach of a joint contractual agreement. The ire of MTN was raised when...

Microsoft SA MD bullish on Nokia partnership

Microsoft South Africa MD, Mteto Nyati believes his company's recent partnership with Nokia will enable the software giant become a true player in the global mobile phone space. Nyati emphasized that during an interview with ITNewsAfrica. "Microsoft would like to...

Seacom expands Pan-African Network

SEACOM has extended its low cost broadband services into five more Southern African countries. Botswana, Lesotho, Namibia, Swaziland and Zimbabwe will soon have access to the SEACOM network which contributes to SEACOM's commitment to connect broadband starved African countries....

MTN Swaziland appoints new Chairman

THE MTN Swaziland Board has appointed David Dlamini as the new Chairman for the next two years. Dlamini takes over from Senator Winnie Magagula who served two terms as Chairman of the Board since 2005. He is not new as...

Standard Bank & MTN Swaziland partner to deliver mobile banking

STANDARD Bank and MTN Swaziland will soon be launching mobile banking in the Kingdom, The Observer said. Meanwhile, the two companies have partnered to offer a mobile top-up service, where customers can now load airtime from the ATM. Speaking during...

MTN facing infrastructure challenges in Swaziland

MTN Swaziland says it is looking into infrastructural sharing with the Swaziland Electricity Company (SEC) and having its own fibres to minimise network disruptions. Media reports from Mbabane say the company's heavy reliance on SEC and the Swaziland Posts and...
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African Fintech Giant Ranked as Fastest-Growing

The world’s leading financial publication confirmed Moniepoint’s accolade in its annual “Africa’s Fastest Growing Companies” survey, released yesterday. It...
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