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The return of radical anonymity

The return of radical anonymity

Human beings are fickle creatures. As soon as any trend reaches its peak, its polar opposite is suddenly the next big thing. Technology is particularly prone to these societal mood swings. Take the latest surge in online anonymity, for instance. The last decade of the Web has been dominated

Icasa councillors mull legal action: report

Icasa councillors mull legal action: report

Departing councillors at communications regulator Icasa, asked to step aside before completing a customary 45 working day handover period, may be mulling legal action against communications minister Faith Muthambi, according to a newspaper report on Monday. Business Day says it has

What to do about SA’s failing Post Office

What to do about SA’s failing Post Office

The irony about the Post Office strike, former First National Bank CEO Michael Jordaan tweeted this week, is that the longer it drags on, the more its customers will move to electronic alternatives — never to return. That the Post Office is in crisis

Writing on the wall for print media

Writing on the wall for print media

Six hundred media workers lost their jobs in South Africa in the past 12 months. Those remaining are working at organisations that are struggling to survive in a world where print is losing circulation and online earnings are not filling the

SABC chair said to want Hlaudi ally as CEO

SABC chair said to want Hlaudi ally as CEO

As SABC board chair Zandile Ellen Tshabalala fights off the demand for proof of her academic qualifications, it has emerged that she and the controversial chief operating officer Hlaudi Motsoeneng have tried to push through

Why people fall for 419 scams

Why people fall for 419 scams

How do you decide if you can trust someone? Is it based on their handshake, the way they look you in the eye, or perhaps their body language? We know that what someone wears has an effect on our trust in them. If you happen to

Vodacom’s Smart Tab 3G cheapie reviewed

Vodacom’s Smart Tab 3G cheapie reviewed

Vodacom’s new Smart Tab 3G is all about driving up the demand for data. Aimed at the mass market, the R999 entry-level tablet could help the mobile operator just that. Before we start this review, bear in mind that this device is not meant

New platform for open source in SA

New platform for open source in SA

A new organisation wants to promote the use of open-source software in South Africa’s public and private sectors. “Not using this software in South Africa is detrimental to our economy and skills development,” says Open Source

Campaigners to march for cheaper broadband

Campaigners to march for cheaper broadband

Campaigners will march across South Africa this weekend to demand cheaper and broader access to communications, with march organisers saying government has “handed the democratising power of telecommunications to

Muthambi acted unlawfully on Icasa: DA

Muthambi acted unlawfully on Icasa: DA

Democratic Alliance spokesman on communications Gavin Davis says the party believes communications minister Faith Muthambi acted unlawfully when she sent letters to four councillors at the Independent Communications

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