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MTN R120 for R6 promotion

Spend R6, get R120 free airtime

MTN has launched another month-end promotion, offering free airtime for on-net communications

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Criminal cellphone thief

iPhone foils criminals in SA

A successful mugging was turned around by the police, with the help of standard consumer-level smartphone technology

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Parkview Residents Association

New fibre-to-the-home neighbourhood project in SA

Another Johannesburg suburb has taken its broadband future into its own hands

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DSL cut cord

ADSL vs Mobile broadband prices in SA

There are cases where mobile broadband can be cheaper and faster than DSL in South Africa. At what point is DSL worth it?

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E-toll hack

Media hackers behind E-toll billing problems: Minister

South Africa’s Minister of Transport has accused “some media houses” of hacking the E-toll website and blamed the hacks for billing problems

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OVHD open TV

OpenView HD viewer numbers revealed

Platco Digital has responded to a statement from Ellies in its annual results, which said that the uptake of OpenView HD has been slow

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SA ISC14 champions

How SA’s supercomputer champs won

The South African team in the International Student Cluster challenge recently won the competition for the second time in a row — here’s how they did it

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DStv digital

Best movies on TV, in cinemas in South Africa

Moviechoice tries to make it easier to not only see what’s on in South Africa, but also what’s worth watching

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Truth red tape

Truth Check: Telecoms Minister budget vote speech

Just because you’re the government doesn’t mean you get to rewrite history

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Google South Africa

Google outage in South Africa explained

Web Africa has explained yesterday’s brief outage that affected some SA Internet users’ ability to access Google

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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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