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Vodacom empowers SA’s youth with reimagined NXT LVL platform

Johannesburg - While we celebrate Youth Month, many young South Africans are facing enormous challenges exacerbated by Covid-19, including unemployment at an all-time high. In...

Battery theft at telecoms base stations on the rise

Johannesburg - Telecommunications companies have seen a spike in incidents of battery theft at base stations, which has affected the quality of network connections. Ernest...

Parastatal evades repaying R102m VBS loan used to buy TV decoders

Johannesburg - As the South African government is rolling up its sleeves to recoup over R2-billion looted from VBS Mutual Bank, its parastatal is...

1,914 MTN subscriber accounts compromised by cybercriminals

Johannesburg - A criminal syndicate has been uncovered by telecommunications giant, MTN South Africa, defrauding the company and its clients. The internal forensic investigation was...

Telkom Pay signs up 10 000 users to digital wallet

Johannesburg - Leading South African telecommunications provider, Telkom, has successfully signed-up 10 000 subscribers to its digital wallet operated on WhatsApp– Telkom Pay, since...

Vandalism of network towers compromises access to connectivity especially during load...

Johannesburg - Ever wondered why your cellular network connections weaken when there’s load-shedding in your area? It is the ripple effect of theft of batteries...

Fashion retailer TFG wants to hire 100 new staff for new...

Johannesburg - South Africa’s largest fashion and lifestyle retailer TFG wants to build up its newly launched tech hub to more than 100 new...

You can now buy e-textbook vouchers with eBucks

Johannesburg - You can now purchase e-textbooks using FNB's eBucks. FNB has announced the addition of Snapplify to its eBucks Rewards Programme, allowing customers to...
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App to help train SA youth in various courses launched

Johannesburg - With the rise in unemployment, it is becoming more apparent that the youth of South Africa have to think of alternative careers...

Ideating and innovating: Improving life in Africa

Johannesburg - “I certainly don’t think the knowledge that we have now will sustain us in 10 to 20 years’ time,” says Eugene Ndlovu. “Everything...

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