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South African consumers will consider payments such as cryptocurrency1, biometrics, contactless or QR code in the next year, according to Mastercard New Payments Index.

The bank said it had been operating as a state bank for decades and all that was required was official recognition.

Kaap Agri, the agricultural goods and fuel retailer, saw higher-than-expected retail product sales growth and a strong contribution from the new TFC retail fuel sites during the six months to March 31, chief executive Sean Walsh said yesterday.

The learnership programme, which started last month, will run for 12 months at the GirlCode Campus in Midrand. The focus of the programme is an introduction to cloud-based computing and AWS tools.

Malawi has ordered a sugar factory to suspend its operations after 41 workers tested positive for the novel coronavirus and one died, Malawi media reported on Friday.

Facebook-owned messaging colossus WhatsApp on Friday retreated again from its plan to force users to accept new terms which critics said could expand data collection from its two billion users around the world.

In a notice to passengers, the airline said it was resuming thrice weekly flights on the Kigali-Lusaka-Johannesburg route commencing on May 7.

The mobile company has focused its business on the African and the South Asian markets.


OPINION: We still face many challenges, but South Africans must come first By Neil de Beer

Tshabalala's fixed income is R9,103 million and he received an annual cash reward of R11,350 million. He also received an annual deferred reward of R14,050 million and a PRP award of R14 million.

93% of smokers are buying illicit cigarettes in SA, government loses out on billions #CigaretteBan  #Covid19InSA  #Covid19  #CoronaVirusSA 

Sasol Crash: Government, PIC loses about R200bn in one week Sasol’s share price has steadily declined due to cost overruns and operational problems at its R200 billion Lake Charles chemicals project in the US.

Stephen Saad, Johan Rupert, Christo Wiese, Jannie Mouton, Koos Bekker and many other family trusts have all gained significantly by the investments made by the PIC into their companies.

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