Telkom today warned against ‘another faceless dossier’ which throws many accusations Telkom's way
Rating agency Standard & Poor's said Tuesday it will be scrutinising the world's leading mobile phone maker Nokia over the next three months to decide whether to downgrade its short and long-term corporate credit ratings.
Explosive Deloitte audit report rips into the dysfunctional state entity.
Oracle has agreed to pay $46 million to settle claims that Sun Microsystems, which it acquired last year, submitted false claims to US agencies, the US Justice Department said on Monday.
The advancement of technology in the information and communication technology (ICT) sector has cost thousands of jobs in the past few years, the Communication Workers' Union (CWU) said on Monday.
Toshiba Corp. says it returned to the black in the October-December quarter thanks to robust global demand for the flash memory chips used for digital cameras and smartphones.
Recently acquired Twangoo reveal some of their future plans for MyCityDeal and discuss their humble beginnings
FNB Cellphone Banking announces record numbers over the festive season
The world faces a conundrum with Google, academics in Germany warn: everyone uses the comprehensive search site, but its sheer ubiquity rides roughshod over the rules of free competition.
Emirati telecommunications provider Etisalat says it is speeding up the due diligence process of examining Kuwaiti rival Zain's books as it presses ahead with plans to buy a 51 percent stake.