Over the last 10 years, Neotel has revolutionised many aspects of the South African Internet and telecommunications markets.
Angola Cables has revealed all the technical details about the cable which will connect Africa, and by extension South Africa, to the United States.
You’ve seen the Agility offers before, but what is it and how do you as a car buyer benefit?
Brother South Africa has introduced a free 3-year warranty on all printers, multi-function centres, stand-alone scanners, and labelling machines.
Telkom prepaid subscribers can now transfer data bundles to one another.
Africa Check decided to fact-check #DataMustFall claims that South Africans spend 24.7% of their income on data – this is what it found.
Vox Telecom has launched Fat Pipe Wireless, an uncapped wireless data and voice service for homeowners and small businesses.
Does your ISP provide the security you need to protect your business?
Afrihost CEO Gian Visser has revealed why they bought back the company from MTN.
Google Go and and Groovy are vying for the programming language of the year award from the Tiobe Index.
MultiChoice has stopped using Adobe Flash, and with it killed its desktop player.
New beta versions of WhatsApp for Android include video calling, according to a report by The Next Web.
Google has acquired Eyefluence, a virtual and augmented reality eye-tracking company.
Leading South African sports betting site, World Sports Betting have this week announced the launch of their Live E-sport streaming service for events from around the world.
The opportunity for growth and improvement for developers at redPanda Software is huge, thanks the company’s emphasis on training.
A survey of 12,000 office workers in South Africa by Inspiration Office has detailed which operating systems local workers prefer.
MultiChoice is offering DStv Premium clients a special discount on ShowMax subscriptions.
Xiaomi has unveiled a low-cost virtual reality headset accessory for its flagship smartphones.
Consumer Reports has released its Car Reliability Survey for 2016, detailing which new vehicles are the most reliable.
Xiaomi has unveiled its latest smartphone, the Mi Note 2.
IDC has reported that smartwatch shipments are down 51.6% year-on-year for the third quarter of 2016.
Donald Trump has launched a new streaming Facebook show, which will offer “nightly campaign coverage from Trump Tower”.
Economist Garth Mackenzie and analyst Peter Attard Montalto warn of a country where the President has gone rogue, which will see a ratings downgrade and a ruined economy.
Twitter plans to cut around 300 jobs in the near future, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Plans are underway to manufacture more forklifts powered by hydrogen following the successful launch of South Africa’s first prototype hydrogen fuel cell forklift earlier this year.