SA startups getting snapped up
South Africa’s startup scene is showing signs of maturity as investments and acquisitions become increasingly common.
The care-about-society edition
Finding the minds and innovations behind the inventions that are designed to make South Africa a better place to live.
From concept to company to cash
It takes more than a bright idea to commercialise startups in Africa; it requires an ecosystem.
A solar safari
While Eskom struggles to keep the lights on, one company is looking to harness the power of the sun so we can silently view game in an environmentally clean way.
Getting left behind
Is South Africa’s prominent place in the African startup scene under threat?
Giving farmers an eye in the sky
Aerobotics combines analytics and drones to give agriculture a better chance of success.
The next Dimension Data
We look for the rising star systems integrators of the South African channel.
Behind the silver screen
The business of film exhibition has come a long way since film reels were delivered to cinemas.
Startups finally focus on Africa
The international route most travelled by many South African startups was into the US or Europe. Things are changing.
Talking to robots
Is there a more natural way of interacting with technology that could benefit businesses? UJ’s Devakshan Naicker thinks so.
The startup selection
Here’s a handful of startups with very different models that we think are destined for great things.
The next Bill Gates will be Zimbabwean
A handful of schools in Zimbabwe are pioneering technology and innovation in education.
A thoroughly modern lawyer
Nerushka Bowan has been mixing the fast-paced worlds of technology and innovation with the more conservative world of law.