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London introduces 'world first' contactless payments for buskers

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London, in partnership with tech company iZettle, is introducing a contactless payment scheme for buskers in what organisers say would be a world first.


Three key Cell C executives leave

May 27 2018 07:13

Cell C has been hit by the exit of three top executives at a time when the company is sending out mixed financial signals.


Sygnia to start cryptocurrency exchange in SA

May 25 2018 21:21

Money manager Sygnia says it intends to start a cryptocurrency exchange in the third quarter of this year to tap growing interest from investors in the country in digital currencies.


Net 1 asks court to tell government to release funds

May 25 2018 19:51

Net 1 UEPS Technologies has asked the chief justice to order the welfare agency to release money to Cash Paymaster Services, after CPS said it would struggle to keep operating amid a dispute over fees.


Selfie app loved by millions is a big loser for investors

May 25 2018 09:48

Add Meitu to the list of once-promising Chinese tech startups that are now saddling shareholders with big losses.


Trump can't block his critics on Twitter, judge rules

May 24 2018 11:12

A federal judge ruled that President Donald Trump has violated the US constitution by blocking Twitter users who disagree with him, in a case closely watched for implications for online free speech.


Zuckerberg tells EU he's 'sorry' for Facebook's privacy missteps

May 22 2018 20:06

Mark Zuckerberg has repeated to the the EU that Facebook didn’t take a broad enough view of its responsibility for user data, fake news and foreign interference in elections and that he is sorry for that.


Zuckerberg to tout Facebook European investment in testimony

May 22 2018 16:20

The tech giant's boss will tout his company's investment in Europe and again take responsibility for privacy failures when he appears before the EU Parliament, according to excerpts form his testimony.


Live stream for Zuckerberg's European hearing over privacy scandal

May 21 2018 22:33

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony to the European Parliament on the Cambridge Analytica scandal will be broadcast live online on Tuesday.



Gauteng turns to drone technology to monitor construction projects

May 22 2018 07:13

The Gauteng Department of Infrastructure Development has launched a drone to monitor and collect data in a bid to improve inefficiencies and reduce on project delays.

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