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Telkom to spin off its wholesale business

Telkom is planning to spin off its large wholesale services division as a separate business, with its own brand identity, in a move…

The case for a three-day weekend

The case for a three-day weekend

As we approach the August bank holiday and a three-day weekend, it is worth reassessing the amount of time we devote to work.…

Lessons from the ‘please call me’ case

Lessons from the ‘please call me’ case

Throughout history, intellectual property has been a contested terrain. Recent legal disputes involving big companies such as Apple and Samsung have brought the…

What if Moore’s Law fails?

What if Moore’s Law fails?

The semiconducting silicon chip launched the revolution of electronics and computerisation that has made life in the opening years of the 21st century…

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The country’s energy shortage is a serious obstacle to growth, said President Jacob Zuma on Sunday, when he officially opened unit 6, the first of six units at…

Just one customer has complained to the National Consumer Commission (NCC) about disappearing mobile data, according to a spokesman. Rapid mobile data depletion has become a hot topic…

How and when mobile networks expire consumers’ unused data is coming under the spotlight again in South Africa, says National Consumer Commission (NCC) spokesman Trevor Hattingh. The NCC…

The investigation into how a highly restricted cellphone "grabber" came into the possession of normal citizens is a sensitive matter, the Hawks said on Friday. These are surveillance…

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Start-ups View all

Start-up ServiceIQ connects demand with supply

Four young IT professionals who grew up together in Tzaneen have banded together to launch a start-up, called ServiceIQ, using technology to connect suppliers with potential clients that…

SA’s SpaceBox wants to store your stuff

SA’s SpaceBox wants to store your stuff

SpaceBox believes it is South Africa’s first “online personal storage company”. The start-up business is hoping a concept, popular in big cities such as New York and London,…

SA start-up joins Silicon Valley accelerator

SA start-up joins Silicon Valley accelerator

A technology-powered South African home cleaning start-up, SweepSouth, has become the first local company to be selected by 500 Startups, a Silicon Valley-based venture capital fund and start-up…

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Didata’s new CEO sets out his game plan

Didata’s new CEO sets out his game plan

Game ranging and IT are disciplines that couldn’t be more removed from one another. Yet it’s a former game ranger and former prospective farmer that…

Maggy Sibiya breaks the IT mould

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Sony Xperia Z4 Tablet review: iPad’s nemesis

What do you do if your rival’s product is both market leading and market defining? When…

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TalkCentral: Ep 132 – ‘Show me’

TalkCentral: Ep 132 – ‘Show me’

In the latest episode of South Africa's best technology podcast, your hosts Duncan McLeod and Regardt…

TalkCentral: Ep 131 – ‘ABCs’

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So, why <i>did</i> MTN buy Afrihost?

So, why did MTN buy Afrihost?

It’s fair to say that MTN’s purchase of Internet service provider Afrihost in late 2014 caught…

What can Google do for South Africa?

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Backspace: ‘That Ashley Madison!’

Backspace: ‘That Ashley Madison!’

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