Staying Safe on WhatsApp

With more than 2 billion users globally and 23 million users in South Africa, WhatsApp continues to dominate as one

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Business Ecommerce

The Hidden Price Tag of Black Friday: The Most Popular Scams and How to Avoid Them

The promise of a great bargain is attractive for SA shoppers, but cybercriminals have special scams of their own in-store

Social Media TikTok

Staying Safe on TikTok: How to Avoid Being Scammed or Hacked

Launched in 2016, TikTok has 6.44 million active users currently in South Africa above the age of 18, which is no small

Cyber security Security

Digital Security For The New Entrepreneur

The pandemic fundamentally changed the working world forever. Not only are more employees working remotely, but more people are starting


Protect Less Tech-savvy Elderly From Online Fraudsters

Estimates suggest that the elderly worldwide lose more than USD$3 billion (around R48 billion) each year to online fraudsters. In a world


Gricd, NPHCDA Partner to Deliver 4.2m Doses of Moderna COVID-19 Vaccines

Gricd, a cold chain technology startup, has partnered with Nigeria’s National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) to deliver 4.2

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Cyber security Security

Deal or no Deal? Online Security Safety Tips For Black Friday

“Gucci bags 80% off!” screams the email that lands in your inbox on Black Friday. It seems like an impossibly

Fintech Funding Investment Venture Capital

Nigeria’s E-Settlement Acquires Ivorian e-payment Startup, QuickCash

E-Settlement, a Nigerian fintech startup, has announced the acquisition of QuickCash, an Ivorian e-payment and money transfer startup promoting financial inclusion

Automobile Product Launch

Fixit45 Set to Redefine Auto Aftermarket Experience Across Nigeria

Fixit45, a tech enabled automotive aftermarket platform, has launched to redefine service experience and enable value-creating interactions across stakeholders within

SMEs Technology

SMEs Feeling Economic Pinch Turn to Innovative Tech Platforms to Save Cash

More than a year into the Covid-19 pandemic and South Africa’s SMEs remain under enormous pressure and are increasingly looking