How Apple is set to take a bite out of Swiss watch market

The tech giant has rapidly gained share in the watch market and in 2018 will come close to matching worldwide sales of Swiss-made watches, says CCS Insight

Well, this is awkward, but we’re going ahead: MTN on Nigerian IPO

CFO Ralph Mupita says the money demanded by Nigerian authorities has made the initial public offering ‘pretty challenging’ but the listing remains ...

ICT sector faces flat growth as SA stalls

Consolidation and minimal growth in the next five years predicted

MTN boss calls for lower cellphone tariffs in Africa

MTN CEO Rob Shuter says affordability of devices is the bigger problem in Africa

TOBY SHAPSHAK: Apple releases three new iPhones - goodbye home key, hello gestures

Apple is aiming to reinvent the smartphone experience with no buttons, a bigger screen and three new models

Apple debuts biggest iPhone yet, bets on health-monitoring watch

The relatively small, widely expected changes to Apple's lineup sees the share fall 1.5%

Apple website leak suggest iPhones could be named XS, XS Max, Xr

The company needs to sustain revenue growth from its signature product even as global demand for smart phones plateau

MTN accuses Nigeria’s attorney-general of exceeding his powers

The cellphone network operator is also seeking $10m from the West African country in court and legal expenses, according to papers filed in the high court

Telkom insists its deal with Bain is legit

The appointment of US-based consultants was ‘appropriately handled’ and ‘standard practice’

Ayo Technology makes first major acquisition since listing

The firm has struggled to finalise deals amid negative reports about its lofty listing valuation

Networks able to apply for mobile money licences 'very soon'

MTN may soon be able to apply for a mobile money licence in Nigeria

Nationalist leaders and policies threaten globalisation, says Altron CEO

Mteto Nyati says there is a 'new agenda of exclusion ... and hatred and fear'

Fei-Fei Li, Google’s AI maven, returns to academia

E-mails show Li was worried that the public would be concerned that an artificial intelligence programme at Google, for the US government, was being ...

MTN confident of resolving its Nigeria dispute as it heads to court

MTN CEO Rob Shuter acknowledges there are some challenges, but is confident about the company's court challenge

Government finally gets around to licensing radio spectrum

Network operators say the lack of spectrum is hindering their ability to roll out services and reduce the cost to communicate

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