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How I have lived Eskom-free for 10 years

The author hasn’t paid for electricity for nearly a decade after installing his own small solar system in 2009. Here are the options to follow his example. Regular power interruptions started at...

Payments, Trust and Security – moving beyond the transaction

Payments, Trust and Security - moving beyond the transaction eCommerce can only grow as fast as consumers can transact - this is the principal enabler for the entire industry. Africa has a complex...

Bringing global expertise to the SA payments industry

Two years of new local leadership, PayU South Africa is a significant part of the Naspers’ fintech and e-payments division’s success Karen Nadasen, PayU South Africa’s CEO, is regularly described as...

South African business school to accept Bitcoin payments

South Africa can now boast its first business school to accept Bitcoin payments for all degrees, advanced diplomas, certificates and online courses. Red & Yellow, which has campuses in both...

No plans to scrap e-tolls – or billions in unpaid bills

Transport minister Joe Maswanganyi has told parliament (11:10) that there are no plans to scrap the widely rejected e-toll system in Gauteng – nor is there any intent to write of over R9.2 billion...


Baudouin marine engines enters market through Peninsular Power Products

Peninsula Power Products, (PPP) the Cape Town and Port Elizabeth based suppliers of marine and industrial diesel engines, gearboxes and generators have secured the...


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