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Admire Moyo is ITWeb's news editor He has been a tech journalist at ITWeb since 2010. Before joining ITWeb, Admire worked for The Herald newspaper based in Zimbabwe. He holds a BA degree (English and History) from Africa University.
Local banks intensify efforts to finance renewable energy projects, for consumers and businesses, as the power crisis persists, with stage six load-shedding until further notice.
The video entertainment firm makes changes to its leadership, while Yolisa Phahle retires as Showmax CEO.
The department says measures have been put in place to ensure the state information is not compromised.
The member states agree to establish the Artificial Intelligence Study Group of the BRICS Institute of Future Networks, to create information exchange and technological cooperation.
To ensure successful integration, firms must invest in security training for DevOps teams, urges the Cloud Security Alliance.
The JSE-listed PC distributor appoints Isaac Mophatlane as an independent non-executive director, effective 1 September.
Nkgwete IT Solutions, a 60% female-owned company, unveils a locally designed and globally sourced African laptop brand started by female techpreneur Siddika Osman.
The generative AI model, still in beta testing, aims to provide knowledge and resources for the SME community.
Most jobs will likely be complemented, rather than substituted, by generative AI, such as ChatGPT, finds a new study.
Vela Software Group acquires SA-based GreatSoft, a provider of practice management solutions to accountancy firms.
Digital currency fraud jumped 25% during the last quarter, as sophisticated fraudsters exploited the booming market, says Sumsub.
On average, South Africa’s IT professionals earn R840 000 a year, while those in the C-suite take home close to R2 million, according to ITWeb’s 2023 Salary Survey.