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Eskom broken

Eskom strike could mean massive blackouts

The National Union of Mineworkers has not ruled out a strike at Eskom, which could plunge South Africa into crisis

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E-tolling will not be scrapped: Makhura’s office

The office of David Makhura denied a report stating that Makhura had announced the e-tolling system in the province would be scrapped

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Smallest ever chess program: 487 bytes

BootChess has smashed the record for the smallest computer implementation for chess, held since 1983, with a total size of only 487 bytes

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Arcade games

Classic arcade machines: relive your wasted childhood

If you remember Pac-Man, Galaga, Donkey Kong, Dig Dug, and 1942 with fondness, a classic arcade machine is right for you

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DStv digital

Price war: DStv Explora, Altech Node, OVHD

Price cuts on the DStv Explora, Altech Node and Openview HD equipment signal more competition in the broadcasting and video-on-demand markets

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Vodacom MTN alleged agreement

Secret Vodacom, MTN pricing agreement warning

A secret agreement between Vodacom and MTN on pricing twenty years ago has been brought to the fore by Cell C CEO Jose dos Santos

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Crystal ball currency money price business predict future

Worst tech predictions in South Africa

Over the years many high-profile South Africans thought that they had a prophetic insight into the country’s technology market – history proves them very wrong

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Vodacom General

No, Vodacom did not sell subscriber info

A report that Vodacom was exposing sensitive subscriber data to websites has morphed into something completely different, and incorrect

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The Huffington Post

How The Huffington Post nearly came to SA

South African media entrepreneur and journalist Alec Hogg had promising discussions with Arianna Huffington to bring The Huffington Post to South Africa

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How ANC municipality nearly stopped fibre broadband rollout

The Msunduzi Municipality spent lots of resources, including on legal battles, to try to stop fibre network rollouts in Pietermaritzburg

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Rudolph Muller

Rudolph Muller is the editor at MyBroadband and covers telecoms and broadband news. Rudolph comes from an academic background, but left the University of Johannesburg in 2007 to run MyBroadband full time.


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