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  • Nokia 3310 is back in South Africa

    Nokia 3310 is back in South Africa

    JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - THE Nokia 3310, one of the most iconic mobile phones in history, is now available in South Africa. It is available at cell C and will be available from M ...

  • SAP invests $50 billion in latest innovations

    SAP invests $50 billion in latest innovations

    ORLANDO, FLORIDA - SYSTEMS Applications Products (SAP), the global software market leader, has invested more than US$50 billion in new solutions and innovations to enable businesse ...

  • EOH first adopter of SAP HANA Cloud suite

    EOH first adopter of SAP HANA Cloud suite

    By SAVIOUS KWINIKW JOHANNESBURG - EOH, the information technology service management company, has become the first African firm to adopt of SAP S/4 HANA Cloud, the next-generation ...

  • Wearables adoption soars but functionality issues concern

    Wearables adoption soars but functionality issues concern

    By TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - THE adoption of wearables continues unabated in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region but vendors must address the functionality of the devices ...

Nokia 3310 is back in South Africa

Nokia 3310 is back in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - THE Nokia 3310, one of the most iconic mobile phones in history, is now available in South Africa. It is available at cell C and will be available from ...

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SAP invests $50 billion in latest innovations

SAP invests $50 billion in latest innovations

ORLANDO, FLORIDA - SYSTEMS Applications Products (SAP), the global software market leader, has invested more than US$50 billion in new solutions and innovations to enable business ...

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EOH first adopter of SAP HANA Cloud suite

EOH first adopter of SAP HANA Cloud suite

By SAVIOUS KWINIKW JOHANNESBURG - EOH, the information technology service management company, has become the first African firm to adopt of SAP S/4 HANA Cloud, the next-generation ...

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Wearables adoption soars but functionality issues concern

Wearables adoption soars but functionality issues concern

By TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - THE adoption of wearables continues unabated in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region but vendors must address the functionality of the device ...

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Microsoft showcases classroom of the future

Microsoft showcases classroom of the future

By TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - MICROSOFT South Africa has unveiled its Classroom of the Future, an exhibition that showcases the latest and greatest educational tools availabl ...

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Toshiba renews focus for South African PC market

Toshiba renews focus for South African PC market

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - TOSHIBA, the Japanese multinational conglomerate, has renewed its strategy in South Africa to concentrate its efforts on government, higher education an ...

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Huawei rolls out experience stores in SA

Huawei rolls out experience stores in SA

By MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG - HUAWEI Consumer Business Group (CBG) will open further experience stores in the major cities of South Africa in the coming weeks. Such a facilit ...

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Not-to-be-missed Saphila returns to Sun City

Not-to-be-missed Saphila returns to Sun City

By SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - HUNDREDS of partners of German multinational software corporation,SAP, will converge in Sun City, South Africa in June for Saphila, the African S ...

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Huawei offers African Utility Week platinum boost

Huawei offers African Utility Week platinum boost

From DION HENRICK in Cape Town CAPE TOWN - GLOBAL information and telecommunications giant, Huawei, has signed a platinum sponsorship with African Utility Week, the leading confer ...

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Teraco secures R1 billion to expand data centres

Teraco secures R1 billion to expand data centres

By TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - TERACO, Africa's largest carrier and cloud neutral colocation data centre and biggest internet exchange point (IXP), has raised R1,2 billion (US ...

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