Kogan is moving further away from its primary roots as a discount online electronics retailer with the launch of a new business selling insurance policies under a partnership with global insurer The Hollard Insurance Group.
Credit card firm Mastercard has launched a biometric card in South Africa, using chip and fingerprint technology for identifying a cardholder for in-store purchases.
Australia and New Zealand money transfer business OrbitRemit has begun remittances to South Africa and will offer payments in rand at competitive rates, the company claims.
Two global ICT giants, IT services company Dimension Data and global networking vendor Cisco have teamed up in an initiative aimed at dramatically reducing the number of rhinos being poached in South Africa.
Shark deterrent technologies, including satellite tracking and electric currents, are amongst the options considered at a state government summit in Sydney after a spate of shark attacks off the New South Wales coast this year.
Melbourne-based internet provider Planet ISP has refunded over $5,000 to a customer whose phone was stolen in South Africa in August 2012 but was subsequently used to make 92 unauthorised international calls.
Yellowfin has launched its BI solution in the Zimbabwean market through its South African-based distributor and enterprise IT applications and services provider, Albi Investment Group Services (AIGS).
Global ICT services provider Dimension Data has paid $171 million to acquire Melbourne-based national consulting technology services company Oakton.
Facebook-owned photosharing app Instagram has launched a new Snapchat-esque time-restricted image and video messaging app - but only in New Zealand, Singapore and South Africa.
ICT recruitment company, Talent International, has teamed up with Sir Richard Branson and Steve Wozniak to search for “technology superstars” in the 2014 Talent Unleashed Awards launched today.
Software provider harnesses the power of the crowd to tackle the industry's holy grail: accurately gauging sentiment online
SYDNEY, November 16, 2011. StorageCraft Technology Corporation, the leading provider of real-time recovery technology and data protection in both physical and virtual environments, today announced a strategic decision to expand its presence into South Africa.
Getmapping's South African subsidiary Geosense, has begun to deploy its VisionMap A3 camera system for aerial survey work across Southern Africa. The VisionMap A3 is a radical departure from traditional air survey cameras, enabling aircraft to fly higher and capture very large areas at high resolution. The A3 has the additional benefit of being able to capture oblique images during the same survey.
Massive public enterprises in South Africa are still battling to get maintenance off the back-burner while at the same time huge investment is going into new-build projects, according to Tracey-Lee Zurcher, the project director of Reliability & Maintenance Week, taking place in Johannesburg in November. She continues: "such new projects still won't help public service delivery if equal attention isn't given to maintenance. If this does not change, existing infrastructure will begin to fail and this will ultimately have a knock-on affect of the productivity of any new-build projects."
One of the key issues facing FET colleges and universities is the need to align courses with the demand for skills in the workplace. This is according to Claire O'Connell, project director of the upcoming African Education Week, taking place from 6-8 July in Johannesburg, gathering some 1600 education professionals for the largest education convention and expo on the continent.
Healthcare and business intelligence specialist PBT Group has relocated its chief operations officer Martin Rennhackkamp from South Africa to Melbourne where he will lead the company's BI activities.
A security vendor has warned that Australia is on the list of countries specifically targeted by the latest variants of the Yimfoca malware.
A boy and his father were out walking around north of Johannesburg, South Africa. Luckily, the father was a paleoanthropologist and he knew the remains found by his son could be a major archeological discovery. It was! A new hominid species called Australopithecus sediba.
Australian communications systems distributor Aria Technologies has expanded into South Africa by acquiring the exclusive distribution rights to LG-Nortel products from Ericsson.
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