You’ve seen the prototype LEGO bricks made from bottles, but there’s a lot more going on.
Thanks to its new partnership with Huawei Video, Trace TV will bring more African stories to the fore, according to Valentine Gaudin-Muteba.
We sat down with Oppo South Africa’s Liam Fourie, to check in on how the past few months have gone and what 2021 holds for the brand.
We speak with Divya Vasant, CEO of the Amazi Group, to find out how it approaches female empowerment in SA’s business sphere.
In light of next week’s International Women’s Day, we speak to SYSPRO’s Sandra Fragam, about getting more women involved with STEM fields.
Following its Innovation Day, we recent spoke with Uber South Africa GM, Frans Hiemstra, about how innovation will inform 2021.
Find out some developer insight into upcoming 3D fighting game Override 2: Super Mech League.
We chat to Suzanne Morel, country manager for Mastercard SA, to find out the challenges faced by local SMEs, and how digital solutions aided them.
We recently sat down with Liam Fourie of Oppo to find out what to expect from the smartphone brand now that it has been launched in South Africa.
Launching late last year, a tough 2020 sees Sw7 exit a successful pilot phase and begin the process of curating post-revenue B2B SaaS businesses.
We recently spoke to Spotify MD for MEA, Claudius Boller, about the impact and trends the music streaming platform discovered during lockdown.
We spoke with Lenovo’s marketing director for MEA, Claire Carter, about its diversity-focused initiatives and why inclusion should be a central pillar.
Gumtree’s band marketing manager, Estelle Nagel, explains some of the trends for buying/selling smartphones online, as well as what to look out for.
We speak with Huawei Mobile SA CTO, Akhram Mohamed, about the AppGallery, how apps are chosen for it and what developers stand to gain from joining it.
This week’s africast looks at Facebook’s divisive stance on Trump, the extension of SA’s state of disaster and an interview with Kyocera on digital transformation and the new normal of remote working.
Professor Mandla Makhanya answers the questions asked by many Unisa students.
We spoke to three local tech distributors to find out COVID-19 has affected business, brought about changes and the general outlook for the year.
The voice of Jerry, Chris Parnell, tells us about the new season, coronavirus and more.