Editor's pick View all

In-depth View all

OpenView HD subscriber numbers soar

After a rocky start, commercial free-to-air satellite broadcaster OpenView HD, a sister company of e.tv, is adding subscribers at a remarkable rate of…

Inside the R300m Standard Bank heist

Inside the R300m Standard Bank heist

Three hours, around 100 people, 1 400 Japanese ATMs and 1 600 counterfeit credit cards, was all it took for fraudsters to exploit Standard Bank…

Untangling SA’s big open-access debate

Untangling SA’s big open-access debate

Competition has broken out among telecommunications operators in South Africa as a result of an open-access policy intervention, being the prices which operators…

How Capitec took on SA’s big four – and won

How Capitec took on SA’s big four – and won

The South African retail banking sector is characterised by high barriers to entry. The sector is concentrated, with four of the largest banks…

News View all

Internet ride-sharing service Uber will decide on 6 June if it will keep its winter price cuts or hike fares again. Last month, the company cut UberX fares…

Internet ride-sharing service Uber says it doesn’t expect its cash-payment option to spark further clashes with local metered taxi drivers. On Thursday, Uber started accepting cash…

MTN has launched a pilot broadcasting service using digital terrestrial television. The pilot, being run in Nigeria, follows the decision by the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation to award its…

Videogaming as spectactor sport? You betcha! South Africa’s biggest sports broadcaster, SuperSport, owned by DStv parent MultiChoice, has announced it has signed up to broadcast ELeague, featuring…

More on News

A third of software in SA is pirated

Producer inflation slows to 7%

Ex-MTN CEO Sifiso Dabengwa joins Gijima

Start-ups View all

Technovera wins R1m in #Hack.Jozi Challenge

The founder of Technovera, a start-up company that uses technology to allow people with chronic conditions to collect their repeat medication in just a few minutes, has walked…

SA start-up IoT.nxt spots big opportunity in IoT

SA start-up IoT.nxt spots big opportunity in IoT

Most companies have heard of the Internet of things, the idea that a vast network of objects, from cameras to air conditioners, can be connected to the Internet…

This SA start-up wants to boost your wages

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…

People View all

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

Reviews View all

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…

Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless review: HR delight

TalkCentral View all

TalkCentral: Ep 146 – ‘Okay, Google’

TalkCentral: Ep 146 – ‘Okay, Google’

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

TalkCentral: Ep 145 – ‘David vs Goliath’

Science View all

Busting the Africa science myth

Busting the Africa science myth

The rest of the world has long believed that Africa can’t produce its own scientific inventions.…

Salt leaves scientists starry-eyed

Jerm View all

Backspace: ‘Baby’s first word’

Backspace: ‘Baby’s first word’

View the latest cartoon from TechCentral cartoonist Jerm.…

Backspace: ‘Off the grid’

Why TechCentral?

We know that as a prospective advertiser, you are spoilt for choice. Our job is to demonstrate why TechCentral delivers the best return for your advertising spend.

TechCentral is South Africa’s online technology news leader. We don’t say that lightly. We believe we produce the country’s best and most insightful online tech news aimed at industry professionals and those interested in the fast-changing world of technology.

We provide news, reviews and comment, without fear or favour, that is of direct relevance to our fast-expanding audience. Proportionately, we provide the largest local audience of all technology-focused online publishers.

We do not constantly regurgitate press releases to draw in search engine traffic — we believe websites that do so are doing their readers and advertisers a disservice. Nor do we sell “editorial features”, offer advertising “press offices” or rely on online bulletin-board forums of questionable value to advertisers to bolster our traffic.

TechCentral, which is edited and written by award-winning South African journalists, cares about delivering top-quality content to draw in the business and consumer readers that are of most interest to technology advertisers.

We’d like the opportunity to demonstrate the value of directing a portion of your advertising budget to TechCentral, whether your company is in the technology field or not. Numerous opportunities exist for companies interested in reaching our audience of key decision-makers in South Africa’s dynamic information and communications technology sector. We offer packages that will deliver among the best returns on investment available in the online technology news space.

For more information about advertising opportunities, and how your organisation can benefit by publicising itself on TechCentral, please call us on 011-792-0449 during office hours. Or send us an e-mail and ask for our latest rate card and brochure.