The Department of Basic Education has said why it chose Delphi for the IT curriculum
Ill-conceived decisions by Blackberry’s chief executives have plunged the cellphone company into dire straits, but can anything be done to save it?
Alistair Fairweather thinks the US government needs to condemn the NSA’s attack on one of the world’s most important resources – the internet
Rumours are swirling that Apple is working on a new gadget: the smartwatch (which Samsung launched this week). But does the world really need – or want – these gizmos?
If there is regulation of TV sports rights in South Africa it will only be a matter of time before it spreads to other countries on the continent, argues Russel Southwood
Alan Knott-Craig is asking for asymmetric interconnect rates because Cell C is smaller than their competitors, but is this not hypocritical?
The winds of change are sweeping through Telkom, or at least that’s what its leadership would like us to believe. But it might already be too late.
Globally-renowned science fiction author, activist and journalist gives his views on privacy, oversharing and the troubling concern of government surveillance