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Econet, Kwese honoured at AfricaCom

November 16, 2018 • Breaking, Broadband, Business Intelligence, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Exclusive, Featured, Innovation, Mobile, Mobile Banking, News, Technology, Telecoms, Virtual RealityComments (0)

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Cape Town, South Africa CAPE TOWN – STRIVE Masiyiwa’s owned companies, Econet Wireless and Kwese have been honoured for innovation at the just ended AfricaCom awards. However, African continent’s ‘Most Inspirational’ award went to Somalia’s Telesom Chief Executive Abdikarim Mohamed Eid and Priya

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Industry 4.0 not all about job losses

October 16, 2018 • Breaking, Broadband, Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Events, Exclusive, Featured, Innovation, Mobile, News, Software, Technology, Telecoms, Virtual RealityComments (0)

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Sun City, South Africa SUN CITY – A TECHNOLOGY expert has allayed fears of job losses in the continent with the advent of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0). Carel Coetzee, the Chief Executive Officer at NEC XON,

Gartner projects digitally fuelled Africa growth in 2019

September 19, 2018 • Business Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Companies, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Events, Exclusive, Featured, Innovation, News, Software, TechnologyComments (0)

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Cape Town CAPE TOWN – AFRICAN companies are forecast to increase their information technology (IT) budgets next year as digital emerges the leading business priority for local chief information officers (CIOs). According to the

Tight Zimbabwe election sets social media abuzz

July 30, 2018 • Breaking, Broadband, Cloud Computing, Editors Note, Enterprise Solution, Exclusive, Featured, Innovation, Mobile, News, Technology, Telecoms, Virtual RealityComments (0)

by DANAI MWARUMBA HARARE – ZIMBABWE’S historic polls have dominated social media in recent days and the trend is expected to continue this week as the nation keenly awaits the outcome. The polls, the first to be held without the participation of