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Frost & Sullivan offer free webinar on mobile money
Frost & Sullivan offer free webinar on mobile money

Frost & Sullivan will host a complimentary webinar on transactional innovations driving service uptake beyond remittances on 17 September 2015 at 5pm (CAT). Lehlohonolo Mokenela, ICT Industry Analyst at Frost & Sullivan and Ambar Sur, Founder and CEO of Terra will present the briefing.

4 Sep 2015 09:38

[Biz Takeouts Podcast] 147: Jason Xenopolous and Christian Horsfall from NATIVE VML
[Biz Takeouts Podcast] 147: Jason Xenopolous and Christian Horsfall from NATIVE VML

On Thursday, 3 September 2015, Biz Takeouts Marketing and Media Radio show host Warren Harding (@bizWazza) was joined by Christian Horsfall, Creative Director and Jason Xenopolous (@JasonXenopoulos), CEO Cape Town, both from NATIVE VML (@Native).

4 Sep 2015 08:44



The 'so what' marketing analysis on the growth of mobile in South Africa
The 'so what' marketing analysis on the growth of mobile in South Africa

It's an obvious truth that South African mobile penetration is at an all-time high...

By Ben Evans 2 Sep 2015 14:00

Business transformation: The value of human capital - Mortimer Harvey
Business transformation: The value of human capital

The telecommunications industry, particularly mobile telecoms, has been under severe pressure in the last few years, leading to consolidation in the independent service provider niche. The catalyst came in 2013 when telecoms regulator ICASA decided to cut termination rates - the fees that operators charge to carry each other's calls. This sparked a price war and analysts predicted, unsurprisingly, that the situation was unsustainable. As operators squeezed margins and cut incentives to their service providers, the two independent players in the market, Altech Autopage and Nashua Mobile, felt the pinch from every angle. When the pressure forced Nashua out, Autopage bought a portion of its subscriber base. Continued industry and consumer deflationary pressures then led Altron to make the decision to dispose of Autopage's subscriber base a year later.

By Yule Edwards, Issued by Mortimer Harvey 2 Sep 2015 13:43

This JMPD officer is on her way to becoming a viral star
This JMPD officer is on her way to becoming a viral star

When Johannesburg motorist Clive Naidoo was pulled over by the Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD), allegedly for jumping a red robot, and started filming, he would probably never have guessed that he'd turn one of the officers into a viral star.

By Stuart Thomas 2 Sep 2015 13:20

We mobile, we digital, WeChat - AAT - Always Active Technologies
We mobile, we digital, WeChat

Solving problems with the instant messenger, WeChat

Issued by AAT - Always Active Technologies 1 Sep 2015 13:11

Sponsored call marketing opens the door to measurable marketing campaigns - JustPalm
Sponsored call marketing opens the door to measurable marketing campaigns

One of the most commonly asked questions when it comes to advertising is "What does success look like?" closely followed by: "How do we measure it?" So says Patrick Palmi, CEO of mobile marketing agency, JustPalm.com.

Issued by JustPalm 1 Sep 2015 09:31

Five things about CMS websites you only learn the hard way
Five things about CMS websites you only learn the hard way

Content managed system or CMS websites like Wordpress and Joomla have become very popular over the last few years. This makes perfect sense - not only do CMS websites take the hassle out of needing to reinvent the wheel every time you develop, but their DIY nature means that they're accessible to cash-strapped entrepreneurs who still need to do marketing themselves.

By Chemory Gunko 31 Aug 2015 12:17

TuYu sells 25% to Tritech Media
TuYu sells 25% to Tritech Media

TuYu, the mobile rewards platform that allows users to receive and redeem rewards in a secure and convenient manner by using their mobile phones, has sold 25% of the company to Tritech Media the media technology innovator controlled by the Kirsh family. Tritech Media has the option to increase its stake to 50.1%.

28 Aug 2015 09:13