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13 January 2019 11:49 AM Cape Town tech firm secures $1.85m funding to expand

WhereIsMyTransport, a public transport data and technology company founded in Cape Town and incorporated in the UK, has announced an investment of $1.85m from Liil Ventures and Goodwell Investments as part of its Series A funding round. The investment has been secured as the company expands its digital mapping of formal and informally run public transport 86

10 January 2019 12:42 PM Tesco finally says it's in talks to stockpile goods for Brexit

Tesco has remained quiet on Brexit since the referendum result nearly three years ago, but the UK’s biggest retailer has now disclosed it is planning to stockpile in the run-up to the March deadline. The supermarket has delivered stock-holding and production plans for each of its suppliers by using existing networks and warehousing space. It has offered 124

02 December 2018 6:39 AM This is why DStv will only show 25 minutes of Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s Global Citizen performance

Cape Town – MultiChoice has revealed that it will only be broadcasting 25 minutes of the on-stage appearance of Beyoncé and Jay-Z on Sunday on DStv that will form part of the Global Citizen: Mandela 100 festival from the FNB Stadium and not their whole performance. The event is set to be broadcast by MultiChoice's DStv, YouTube, Twitter, the SABC's SABC1 and Viacom 98

23 November 2018 10:08 AM Increasing migration into Gauteng placing burden on service delivery

Migration into Gauteng seems to be one of the challenges which the provincial government struggles to deal with, and health facilities seem to be carrying the burden. The National Council of Provinces' (NCOP) chairperson Thandi Modise on Thursday asked President Cyril Ramaphosa to address the matter urgently. Summarising concerns that Ekurhuleni residents 60

22 November 2018 6:00 PM Latest US airstrikes in Somalia kill 6 al-Shabaab extremists

The US military on Thursday announced the latest of several deadly airstrikes this week against al-Shabaab extremists in Somalia as it targets a region well north of where the al-Qaeda-linked fighters control large parts of the country. The US Africa Command statement said two new strikes killed six fighters and destroyed a weapons cache on Wednesday 62

18 November 2018 1:35 PM Search on for 8 missing Algerian migrants near Sardinia

Italy's coast guard is searching for eight Algerian migrants who apparently tried to swim to shore when the motor of their boat failed off Sardinia's southwest coast. The coast guard said in a statement on Saturday that three people who decided to stay aboard the stranded boat and were rescued told authorities that 10 people in all had abandoned ship on Thursday 64

09 November 2018 8:05 AM Gabon ruling party panel urges clarity over hospitalised president

Senior figures in Gabon's ruling party on Thursday called on the government to clarify the condition of President Ali Bongo, whose hospitalisation in Saudi Arabia has fuelled speculation that he is incapacitated. The consultative committee of the Gabonese Democratic Party (PDG) said clarity was necessary to "reassure the public" at a time "of wild rumours 57

07 November 2018 4:08 PM Telkom switching from MTN to Vodacom for roaming deal

Vodacom and Telkom have signed a long-term, multi-billion rand deal that will see Telkom phasing out its roaming agreement with MTN and instead obtaining roaming and facilities leasing services from Vodacom, the companies announced on Wednesday. The agreement will commence on December 1, 2018 and will allow Telkom customers to roam on Vodacom's 2G, 3G and 4G networks 78

30 September 2018 9:23 AM SA faces threat from populism, warns Mcebisi Jonas

Populist rhetoric has fueled unrealistic expectations of a quick fix to South Africa’s jobs and inequality crisis, Mcebisi Jonas, former deputy finance minister, said in an editorial in the Johannesburg-based Sunday Times. South Africa has lost its way and "in the absence of fresh, big ideas, the ruling party could easily turn to short-term populism" 121

17 September 2018 9:24 AM Zim's Econet said to be in talks about restructuring

Econet Wireless Zimbabwe is in talks about restructuring the company, according to two people familiar with the matter. The company, which has a market value of $3.1bn, announced on Monday that it’s in talks that may affect its share price, urging stockholder caution when trading its securities. It didn’t provide further details. The talks are related 58