SA expects decisive leadership from the president, including the fight against Covid-19 and holding his Cabinet to account, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
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Naspers will be making available some of its facilities to be used for public health services in vulnerable communities, to assist government's efforts to manage the Covid-19 crisis.
SweepSouth is launching a fund to help provide domestic workers with food and other basic essentials during the national lockdown.
Founded in 1915, Naspers is a global internet group and one of the largest technology investors in the world. Naspers companies operate and invest in countries and markets across the world with long-term growth potential.
Phuthi Mahanyele-Dabengwa misses the social interaction with her team.
While SweepSouth is only a platform connecting previously unemployed and underemployed domestic workers looking for work with opportunities, it wants to ensure that the domestic workers who make use of its services are prepared should COVID-19 spread further in South Africa.
Access to more spectrum opens up a field for more Internet-based businesses to be developed.
SweepSouth, an app that saves time and creates work daily, has taken South Africa by storm. We spoke to some SweepSouth clients to hear what they had to say.
When it comes to innovative entrepreneurial ventures, South Africa has a wealth of young talent. Here are six entrepreneurs making a success of their business while making a difference to society.
Naspers, Africa’s biggest company by market value, expects second-hand clothing sales online to pick up as companies around the world look to cut production of new goods to help address climate change.
It's possible to learn computer science skills while having fun. This was the message at a launch of a new programme, WeCode24, launched on Monday.
The JSE-listed group is set to become a driving force in growing local tech businesses whilst helping to drive South Africa’s economic renewal.
Naspers CEO in South Africa Phuthi Mahanyele-Dabengwa told shareholders at the internet solutions giant’s annual general meeting in Cape Town on Friday that the company had great interest in finding and investing in local internet-based ventures.
A Naspers [JSE:NPN] start-up fund has announced its first investment of R30m in online cleaning services platform SweepSouth.
Naspers Foundry is accepting pitches, after making its first investment in online cleaning services company SweepSouth.
Naspers has committed R1.5 billion in emergency funding to aid the government's response to the coronavirus outbreak, the group said in a statement on Monday.
After more than five years of connecting domestic workers with clients for homes and businesses, SweepSouth, the online cleaning service, is diversifying its offering to customers with the launch of SweepSouth Outdoor.
From discrimination to sidelining and unequal pay, many women face adversity at work daily. And then they still have to juggle this with family demands. Here's how modern workplaces can support working mothers.
Aisha Pandor, CEO and co-founder of SweepSouth, is an entrepreneur who is creating job opportunities for other women in the tech industry. This is her story.
From solar energy in the Northern Cape to apps for healthcare workers in rural areas, here’s how tech innovation is uplifting communities in Africa.
Minister Tito Mboweni stressed that WEF was an opportunity to tell the world that South Africa is moving forward, and it was gratifying to hear him confront the reality of our situation, says Phuthi Mahanyele-Dabengwa.
Naspers is one of the ten largest consumer internet companies in the world and one of the largest technology investors - and here's how they are investing in local tech businesses
Naspers announced on Wednesday that Phuthi Mahanyele-Dabengwa would lead its operations in SA in the newly created post of Naspers CEO, South Africa.
Launched at the South Africa Investment Conference in October last year, Naspers Foundry is a R1.4 billion start-up fund aimed at boosting the South African technology sector.
In June this year SweepSouth, the online cleaning services platform that connects clients with domestic cleaners, announced a R30 million investment from one of South Africa’s newest tech funds, Naspers Foundry.
Africa’s biggest company by market value will put R1.4bn toward local start ups, with the balance going to Naspers units including online retailer Takealot and delivery service Mr D Food.
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