Satellite sent into orbit in 2013 helps Google’s free online mapping service bring the world into better focus.
The news industry is rapidly losing control of the news - along with the revenue that goes with it - in an increasingly digital world.
Online bulletin board Pinterest unveils new features as part of its push to become an e-commerce hub.
Britain’s EU vote prompts Richard Branson’s Virgin Group to pull out of a deal involving 3 000 jobs.
Exxaro Resources is in talks with Eskom to obtain more funds to further develop its Matla coal mine.
Old Mutual shares gained after the financial services company provided clarity on its proposed restructuring.
Trade Minister Rob Davies has urged SA’s manufacturers to prioritise exports and take advantage of the weaker rand.
Econet’s R6.55bn offer for Neotel, through its Liquid Telecom subsidiary, is likely to drive competition in the telecoms sector.
South Africa’s gas industry is awaiting more information from the government on the mooted gas-to-power programme.
SA Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago warns of the potential global ripples from Britain’s decision to leave the EU.
There were displays of frustration, pity and scorn from EU leaders who met with David Cameron in Brussels.
Uganda may be poised to lose some of its cellphone firms due to a “highly saturated” voice market, says MTN.
Furniture retailer recalls dressers and chests sold in the United States after the deaths of six children from tip-over accidents.
South Africa keeps its estimate for corn production this season at the smallest since 2008.
The pound and the euro recovered some of their poise on Wednesday.