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SABC fails to make payroll, blames banking glitch

By Mia Lindeque for EWN The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) says that it is urgently dealing with its bank to sort out a technical glitch which resulted in staff not being paid their salaries on time. Frustrated employees contacted Eyewitness News in a...

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Slight petrol price increase predicted for February

Source: IOL Following a fuel price roller coaster in 2018, in which prices finally subsided meaningfully towards the end of the year, South African motorists can look forward to some price stability, at least for the next month. According to the Automobile...

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Kolok Graphic Supplies appointed as HEXIS distributor

Kolok Graphic Supplies is proud to announce that they have been appointed as a HEXIS distributor in South Africa. HEXIS S.A. is a leading manufacturer of self-adhesive films for use in various applications related to the visual communication industry. The group’s...

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772m leaked e-mail addresses part of something much bigger

By Jack More for Mashable  They wouldn’t have numbered it if it was the only one. On 16 January, security research Troy Hunt uploaded a massive cache of leaked e-mails and passwords to his invaluable website have i been pwned. The 87GB dataset, dubbed...

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Regulator talks to Absa about bank fraud complaints

By Angelique Arde for Business Live Absa is tight-lipped about its meeting this week with the banking regulator about how the bank handles cyber risks. Caroline da Silva, head of regulatory strategy at the Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA), told Money that the...

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FNB launches QR-based scan-to-pay

Source: IOL FNB is expanding its digital payments ecosystem by enabling consumers and sole proprietor businesses to perform and accept QR code payments using the FNB Banking App. This makes FNB the first bank in South Africa to integrate QR code payments for both...

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Eskom: a powerless state entity

By James-Brent Styan for Fin24 A week before South Africa shut down for the December holiday, the country was hit with nationwide rolling blackouts. Things had not been so bad electricity-wise in years. In fact, since 2014, load shedding had disappeared as Eskom...

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Shoprite records gloomy Christmas sales

By Robert Laing for Business Live  Shoprite’s share price fell as much as 5.7% to R175.32 after it warned shareholders its interim results would show flat sales. Joining the queue of JSE-listed retailers reporting disappointing Christmas sales, Shoprite said its...

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Pods are popping up everywhere in SA

The pod — a small, free-standing box or space that is typically soundproof and designed to fit just one or two people — is taking over offices in South Africa according one of the country’s biggest office space and furniture consultancies. And there is good reason for...

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