Technology

Game Of Thrones 3D Generalist On Animation

Animation is a dynamic and exciting field, but it's a highly-skilled profession that makes it difficult to get into. Three-dimensional generalist Thomas Kutschera who...

What The US Ban Of Huawei Ban Means For South Africa

UPDATE: In a flip flop decision, and with no explanation, President Donald Trump announced last weekend that US companies would be allowed...

How The DA Would Fix Higher Education

The Democratic Alliance said it would merge the higher education and training department with science and technology, and also issue bursaries for poor students...

Gambian high school robotic team granted US visa at long last

Five teenagers will head over to The Gambia in mid-July for festival.

Eskom Expo for Young Scientists showcases SA’s bright future in STEM

The fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) have created solutions to the pressing problems of modern life. Naledi Pandor, Minister of Science...

How Mobile Journalism Is Empowering Citizen Storytelling Around The World

"We've seen the evolving of journalism based on technology just by mobile phones and the democratisation of social media," mobile journalism trainer...

Five woke influencers you should be following

Influence marketing isn’t just about advertising a particular brand. Some individuals who have used this platform to shed light on social issues and help...

Kenyan authorities are cracking down on social media ahead of elections

Ahead of the general election on August 8, the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) announced on Monday that it would hold the administrators of...

Our Devices Have Completely Taken Over Our Lives

A study released by global cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab, has revealed that 50% of couples have argued about device overuse. The surveyed people admitted...

Dear moms: we love you, but you need to take better...

Selfies have fast become the preferred method of taking self portraits. Unfortunately our parents haven't gotten with it. When you log onto Facebook, you're...

Twitter helps Babes Wodumo look for her USB

Twitter had no chill after Babes Wodumo, the gqom queen who is most famous for the single, Wololo, outed herself as technologically challenged. On...

Izwi Lami: a tech tool for rape survivors

The pervasiveness of rape in South Africa means there are many survivors in need of tools that empower them. Online platform Health-e News launched a campaign...

To tweet or not to tweet: #SocialMediaBlackout

Despite last year's #DataMustFall campaign, little has been done to lower the costs. Now, folk on Twitter are calling for a social media blackout: a...

ITU 2018: Cyril Ramaphosa Urges Tech Innovation To Tackle Poverty

On Monday, President Cyril Ramaphosa officially opened the 2018 International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Telecom World Conference at the Durban ICC, which is taking place...

Your work communication may not be as private as you think

Earlier this week, four First National Bank (FNB) employees were fired by the bank for "political talk and using insulting language" after they made...

How a Loophole in SA Laws Makes it Easy for Government...

Living in the technology age means that most people are glued to their mobile phones for extraordinary amounts of time. Most people cannot wake...

Vodacom makes access to university websites free for staff and students

Good news for students and staff of universities in South Africa. If you’re a Vodacom subscriber, you can access online university portals for free....

How technology is changing elections in Kenya

With its thriving IT industry and net savvy population, Kenya has been touted as Africa's “silicon savannah”. This has manifested itself in several ways...

Uber SA runs into the ‘worker vs innovation’ tension

The controversial business models of tech and app-based companies like Uber render employee protection legislation moot, despite the backlash it faces in courts worldwide....

Sibongile Mani’s R14 million #NSFAS saga left us with so many...

Payment service provider, IntelliMali has repaid the R818 000 that Walter Sisulu University (WSU) student Sibongile Mani frittered away after they erroneously deposited R14...
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