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Netflix isn’t in the business you think it is

Netflix has been in the headlines a lot recently, and not in a good way. There’s news about competitor Amazon launching a monthly…

Understanding the technology of terrorism

Understanding the technology of terrorism

Amid the global threat of terrorism, the actual attacks that occur can vary widely. Terrorists aim at different targets in different locations, and…

How Makate won the ‘please call me’ case

How Makate won the ‘please call me’ case

The constitutional court’s scathing judgment that ordered Vodacom to compensate Nkosana Makate for his “please call me” idea, in theory, brings an end…

Bitcoin’s moment of reckoning arrives

Bitcoin’s moment of reckoning arrives

Imagine being told that your salary was going to be cut in half. Well, that’s what’s soon going to happen to those who…

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Significant losses at Altech Multimedia and Powertech will contribute to a dismal set of full-year results at technology and industrial group Altron. The group cautioned shareholders on Friday…

The high court in Pretoria on Friday ruled that President Jacob Zuma should face the criminal charges the national prosecuting authority dropped. "Mr Zuma should face the charges…

Cabinet was concerned that the decision by the country's big four banks to cut ties with the Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments would deter investors, planning minister Jeff Radebe said…

New local start-up BetterWage.com wants to pair up South Africans with Internet sharing economy services that can help bolster their monthly incomes. Popular Internet sharing…

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This SA start-up wants to boost your wages

New local start-up BetterWage.com wants to pair up South Africans with Internet sharing economy services that can help bolster their monthly incomes. Popular Internet sharing…

Cape start-up taps Bitcoin to fight piracy

Cape start-up taps Bitcoin to fight piracy

Bitcoin bounty hunters could help stem the tide of movies leaking online illegally if a South African start-up has its way. Stellenbosch-based Custos Media Technologies says it’s common…

SA’s Giraffe secures Silicon Valley funding

SA’s Giraffe secures Silicon Valley funding

Giraffe, the South African start-up using technology to help tackle unemployment in South Africa through an automated recruitment service, has announced it has raised a seed round of…

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Vox Telecom CEO pilots a new course

Vox Telecom CEO pilots a new course

When Vox Telecom CEO Jacques du Toit, an avid pilot, walks up to his Boeing Stearman, a 1942 biplane used by the US military for…

Didata’s new CEO sets out his game plan

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LG G5: great phone, but modularity a gimmick

LG G5: great phone, but modularity a gimmick

If you need evidence that LG is capable of making world-class handsets, have a look at…

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TalkCentral: Ep 145 – ‘David vs Goliath’

TalkCentral: Ep 145 – ‘David vs Goliath’

In the latest episode of TalkCentral, your hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg chat…

TalkCentral: Ep 144 – ‘Drones over Clarens’

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Salt leaves scientists starry-eyed

Salt leaves scientists starry-eyed

Astrophysicists attached to the Southern Africa Large Telescope (Salt) are observing supernovas "almost weekly", Naledi Pandor,…

5 human spaceflight missions to look forward to

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Backspace: ‘Please call me’

Backspace: ‘Please call me’

View the latest Backspace cartoon from Jerm.…

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