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MONDAY, 21 AUGUST 2017, 01:09


Copy Right Bill to protect musicians’ royalties – DTI

Yesterday at 17:52 PM, via Fin24

The Copyright Amendment Bill, which currently serves before Parliament, will urgently address the non-payment of royalties to musicians, says Director-General of the Department of Trade and Industry Lionel October.

Qatar reportedly tells banks to seek overseas funding amid spat

Yesterday at 16:10 PM, via Fin24

Qatar is telling its banks to tap international investors to raise financing, instead of mainly relying on government funding, people familiar with the matter said, as the impact of the ongoing Saudi-led boycott puts pressure on liquidity.

There’s a major problem with SA’s new double-tax laws: expert

Yesterday at 14:00 PM, via BusinessTech

While thousands of South Africans have voiced their complaints about the “unfair” double-tax laws, there are a number of new issues introduced with the changes which could have major knock-on effects according to legal experts.

AfricaCom launched new technology arena

Yesterday at 14:00 PM, via IOL

AfricaCom is launching a new technology arena which will exhibit tech innovation and Africa’s journey towards the fourth industrial revolution.

Is your smartphone intelligent?

Yesterday at 11:32 AM, via BusinessTech

The feeling in the smartphone space is that innovation has plateaued, making it difficult for manufacturers to stay ahead. Huawei, however, says that artificial intelligence (AI) will play a critical role in driving further innovation in this space.

Zwane holds firm on Mining Charter

Yesterday at 11:25 AM, via IOL

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane has stuck to his guns and defended the controversial Mining Charter III.

AI revolution will be all about humans

Yesterday at 11:18 AM, via Fin24

In 30 years the world will be very different and work, as we know it, will be redundant, says Siri trailblazer Antoine Blondeau.

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