A new era of fibre “nano architecture” is dawning, promising to make the last mile cheaper so more consumers can benefit.
The adoption of rapid payments in South Africa, via PayShap, is far lower than in countries such as India and Brazil.
Eskom has run a successful pilot of virtual wheeling. But what is it, and how could it change South Africa’s energy industry?
Blockchain, the technology behind cryptocurrencies, is proving to be an important tool in combating counterfeiting.
Corporate South Africa needs to take a look not only at its hiring policies, but at the entire approach to the skills problem.
Banking in Africa is on the brink of its next transformative era, writes Standard Bank’s Mpumi Makhubu-Mukogo.
The unprecedented damage to three major undersea internet cables has thrust South Africa into a precarious position.
The proliferation of unregistered Sim cards, despite South Africa’s Rica legislation, warrants serious investigation.
Government wants to bail out the failed Post Office with billions of rand more in taxpayers’ money. It’d be better to let it die.
Here’s the thing: we don’t need faster internet. Rather, we need to get existing technologies into the hands of more people.