It’s been 30 years since SA’s first Internet connection

By Kathy Gibson - In this age of digital transformation, it’s sometimes hard to remember that the world wasn’t always connected. But it wasn’t that long ago that South Africans went online for the first time. In January 1995, IT trade newspaper Computing SA ran a...

Fronting and why it’s seen as a serious crime

The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Commission recently spoke out against fronting, stating that it is still a serious problem in South Africa. Rajan Naidoo, MD of EduPower Skills Academy, believes the B-BBEE Commission is correct in once again...

Are your headphones putting others in danger?

Headphones can be a great way to listen to music or podcasts, helping us to enjoy the best sound experiences without interruptions. Many people also find that headphones can help them to concentrate or relax by blocking background noise and distractions. However,...

Top tips for SMEs this tax season

We’re approaching tax filing season here in South Africa, so it’s time for small business owners to get their information in order and ready to file. Everybody knows that filing taxes can be extremely time consuming. By Colin Timmis Small businesses are already...

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Power Struggles in SA

Printing in a post-Covid World, storage and the debate on cloud vs on-premises, and a look at the electricity supply outlook

Predictions for 2021

Predictions for 2021

Businesses adapt to working from home, all the action from the Channelwise golf day and awards, RPA brings the low-code revolution closer, and a critical need for technology in education.

And the winners are…

And the winners are…

Lessons the channel can learn from 2020, how we can make the future secure, technology and its role in SA, the future for retail and all the winners of this year’s Channelwise Award