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Eureka Roodepoort to Save 60% on Electricity Bill with New 312kWp Solar System

7th August 2018 Johannesburg based turnkey energy solutions company, Hanonox, has recently completed a 312kWp solar project for major South African hardware manufacturer, Eureka DIY Solutions. The project is a combination of two systems – 92kWp and 220kWp – generated by advanced JA Solar modules and Huawei... 

MTN Uganda says security personnel raided its data centre

6th July 2018 MTN Uganda, a unit of the South African telecoms firm, said security personnel had raided its data and disconnected four of its servers. The firm said in a July 3 letter to the State-run telecommunications regulator that it had "reported to police a case of illegal intrusion into the data centre... 

Huawei Launches FusionCloud 6.3 Solution to Accelerate Enterprise Cloud Migration and Innovation

25th June 2018 At CEBIT 2018, Huawei officially released FusionCloud 6.3, a next-generation enterprise-class full-stack private cloud solution. Huawei FusionCloud 6.3 is the first full-stack cloud to meet the demands of enterprises across a range of industries. The solution’s architecture is based on “One... 

Huawei Releases Its Latest IoT and AI Products, Creating Intelligent and Connectivity Genes for Digital Enterprises

22nd June 2018 At CEBIT 2018, Huawei released its latest IoT and AI products to help enterprises create intelligent and connectivity genes to build digital neurons and accelerate digital enterprise transformation. At Huawei’s press conference at CEBIT, Qiu Heng, President of Global Marketing, Enterprise... 
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Toyota aims to increase exports into Africa as market recovers

Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) aims to export 100 000 vehicles a year from its Durban plant, says president and CEO Andrew Kirby. Total plant capacity is 242 000 units a year, which includes a 234 000-unit capacity for the Hilux, Fortuner and Corolla, 13 500 for the Ses’fikile minibus and 5... 

Fuel levy’s revenue-generating prowess to come under intense pressure

The fuel levy as income source for government is rapidly losing productivity to generate income, says Professor Stephan Krygsman of the University of Stellenbosch’s Department of Logistics (Transport Economics). Taking the year 2000 as starting point, with the fuel levy at 100% productivity,... 
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