There are many South African tech companies which are quietly growing their businesses and making an impact on the local market. Here are some companies to watch.
Esquire has launched a courier company in order to cut costs for its clients who order items online.
A report from IDC shows that PC shipments fell by 10.6%, year-on-year, for the 4th quarter of 2015.
An international retailer has stopped shipments to South Africa after most of its packages, shipped via the Post Office, have gone missing.
Cell C CEO Jose dos Santos said the company is planning to list on the JSE in the next three to four years.
i-Pay, a startup which enables automated Electronic Fund Transfers, expects to process over R100 million in payments this year.
The rand could be between R18.37 and R19 against the dollar by the end of 2016
Takealot has raised a massive amount of money for its operations, while industry experts question the company’s ability to turn a profit for its shareholders.
The rand has once again breached the R16/USD level, which is bad news for the price of technology products in South Africa.
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