Despite all I had heard and read, meeting someone on Tinder is not easy.
If you are on a cellular contract, you’re probably being screwed – here is by how much
Sports broadcaster Jon Gericke shares the running and cycling gadgets and apps that keep him motivated and fit
Today, all one hears on the wireless is music, and bland music at that, writes broadcaster Jon Gericke
There is a direct correlation and a causal relationship between school infrastructure and attendance. Tablets can’t replace roofs, walls, electricity.
Rule of thumb for spotting clueless, self-serving nonsense being peddled as truth regarding broadband: is it a politician’s jaw flapping?
It is disingenuous for the president of South Africa to paint the picture that the electricity supply problems currently being experienced are primarily a result of the apartheid era
All indications are that Netflix wants to launch in South Africa (and everywhere else), but would you really stop using the US version?
Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub argues that consolidation is crucial if South Africa is to meet broadband targets
The idea of passing or failing matric should be replaced by a simple certificate showing a school student’s final results, argues Stephanie Allais from the Centre for Researching Education and Labour at University of the Witwatersrand