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Free MTN Twitter notifications on Vodacom

Some non-MTN users have received notifications that their Twitter access is free, courtesy of MTN

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Telkom call centre staff purge: “We can handle call volumes”

Call centre staff whose contracts weren’t renewed for next year were told to leave the Telkom building months before their contracts expired

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DStv live streaming issues resolved: MultiChoice

MultiChoice said it has taken further steps to improve the quality of its live streaming services

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Telkom CWU

Telkom call centre dispute looms

The Communication Workers Union will be fighting Telkom’s decision not to renew the contracts of 480 call centre agents

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Out-of-bundle (OOB) sharks circling out of bundle

Beware the R2 per MB out-of-bundle shark

Mobile data users still coughing up R1 or R2 per megabyte are costing their companies, and making mobile networks a tidy sum

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Fixing the Eskom crisis: easier said than done

The Democratic Alliance has given a detailed outline of how it would address South Africa’s energy crisis, conceding that it is easier said than done

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Load shedding around the world

South Africa is not the only country in the world experiencing load shedding

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dotCapeTown e-mail addresses causing headaches

Proud owners of new .capetown domains are having some trouble using their e-mail addresses to register for online services

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Mweb ADSL R200 per GB out-of-bundle complaints

Beware the out-of-bundle shark – Mweb explains why it still swims its waters

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Neighbourhood Watch

HoodPeek: new service for crime-fighting in SA

A new online service in South Africa wants to help you keep watch over your community, and let neighbourhoods communicate better

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Jan Vermeulen

Jan Vermeulen is a technology journalist and web developer at MyBroadband. After receiving a Computer Engineering degree at the University of Pretoria he worked at SAAB’s Civil Security division as an engineer and developer. He then moved to MyBroadband to pursue a career that combined his interest in technology and his love of writing.

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