Tech brand Stuff is expanding into television with a new show called Stuff on eNCA. The weekly technology and gadget variety show premieres on Friday, 16 April at 9:30.
Global food supply chains proved brittle during the Covid-19 pandemic, leading for calls to boost the resilience of global food supply chains through improved efficiency in production, distribution and consumption of nutritious food. How could technologies like blockchain that provide data to producers, distributors and consumers be part of the solution?
A year since South Africa went into lockdown, FNB data reveals an upsurge in customers who are spending on home delivery, video and music streaming apps for convenient access to services. This has led to booming usage of platforms like Mr D Food, Netflix, Showmax, iTunes, and Spotify.
For most brands and marketers, keeping ahead of an ever-evolving digital privacy landscape is a major challenge. Not only are governments and regulators constantly amending data protection laws, but digital platform companies also often change their rules to offer consumers better control over their data or, in a more cynical view, to tighten their control over the consumer data they hold within their walled gardens.
Mario de Lima 13 Apr 2021
Technology liberates. This was the motif of a recent webinar featuring Nedbank's executive of emerging payments, Chipo Mushwana; entrepreneur and author of KasiNomics, GG Alcock; and Synthesis team members, Howard Feldman, Pierre Aurel and Craig Leppan.
Kim Furman 12 Apr 2021
The KnowBe4 and ITWeb online data protection survey in October 2020 discovered that when it comes to the preparedness of their organisation for PoPIA compliance, just under one-third (30%) indicated they were well prepared, while 39% said they were 'somewhat ready'.
Anna Collard 12 Apr 2021
Kenyan agency banking startup Tanda is expanding its operations regionally after securing funding from early-stage African tech investor Havaic, Zedcrest Capital, DFS Lab, Victor Asemota and three other investors.