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Kgaogelo Letsebe

Kgaogelo Letsebe (nee Mamabolo) is a journalist originally from Pretoria, Gauteng. She holds a BTech in Journalism from Tshwane University of Technology (Pretoria campus). With almost 10 years in the media and printing industry, KG as she is known, has honed her writing skills in various media sectors such as business, IT, built environment engineering, and food and beverage technology industry. As an assistant editor, her work has been used in The Butcher magazine, Food Processing Africa digital magazine and Food and Beverage magazine. When she's not frantically chasing deadlines, KG spends time with her husband and daughter, meditates to SA jazz tunes or indulges in African history books.

Former Vodacom man heads to Google

16 Jan 2018Google's newly appointed chief marketing officer for Sub-Saharan Africa, Mzamo Masito.

Mzamo Masito aims to equip young Africans with Internet usage skills in his new role as Google's chief marketing officer for Sub-Saharan Africa.

Local businesses lag on cyber insurance

16 Jan 2018Although SA business is aware of the growing threat of cyber incidents, companies still lag in implementing viable cyber insurance plans, says Aon.

South African view cyber incidents as a top threat, but are failing to implement feasible cyber insurance, says a report.

Fruitlook helps drought stricken Cape farmers to save water

15 Jan 2018Data from Fruitlook online platform is helping Western Cape farmers to increase water use efficiency in agriculture.

The innovative online platform has helped Cape farmers to improve their water usage by 10%.

Smart city grid developments mean energy savings

12 Jan 2018Global citizens will achieve huge savings in energy bills by 2022, thanks to growing smart city grid developments, says a report.

New research from Juniper indicates that global citizens stand to save $14 billion per annum in energy bills by 2022.

Robo-advisor platform revenues to surge: report

11 Jan 2018Revenues from robo-advisor platforms are expected to reach over $20 billion in 2022.

The increasing popularity of the intuitive investment tool will lead to a global rise in revenues, says a Juniper report.

Local firm to launch Seee In app for businesses, shoppers

9 Jan 2018Richard Magwaza, CEO at Seee In Communications.

The Gauteng based communications firm aims to help business increase their footprint through a platform that finds customers within close proximity.

VeryKool handsets available in SA

9 Jan 2018The VeryKool handsets are available locally.

Local businessman Hloni Theko has acquired 51% of VeryKool Africa and has launched the new line to South Africans.

Video on demand services to boost revenues: research

14 Dec 2017According to forecaster Juniper, 25% of global households will be subscribing to SVOD services by 2022.

Subscription-video-on-demand services will continue to surge, according to various research houses.

Sxuirrel to use R2.4 m funding for expansion

13 Dec 2017Sxuirrel solution app has received R2.4 million funding from Xtra-Space group.

The Stellenbosch-based storage finder solution is looking to expand to the greater Western Cape, Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.

Azar digital bank comes to SA market

13 Dec 2017New GEM founder and chairman Lebo Gunguluza has launched the country's first 100% black-owned digital bank.

Businessman Lebo Gunguluza has partnered with a fintech entrepreneur to venture into the digital banking space.


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