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Massive spike in Internet access coming to South Africa

South Africa is forecast to see a massive jump in internet traffic as more people switch to smartphones and other smart devices.

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E-commerce SA

E-commerce is lagging in South Africa

All indicators reflect that e-commerce in SA is still in its infancy compared to the rest of the world‚ says Dieter Febel‚ MD of ISP SA Gateway.

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Facebook

South Africa’s most racist provinces on Facebook

A Facebook status posted on Thursday morning by a young Durban resident is to be investigated by the South African Human Rights Commission.

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Online gambling

Online gambling should be legal in South Africa: DA

South Africa already considered gambling legal and remote gambling was a reasonable activity‚ therefore‚ it should not be criminalised‚ Democratic Alliance MP Geordin Hill-Lewis said on Thursday.

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Gmail undo send feature launched

Google has started making the “undo send” option available to Gmail web users.

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Richard Hammond, James May, Jeremy Clarkson

Netflix getting Top Gear-style show with Clarkson, Hammond, May: report

After being axed from BBC’s Top Gear, Jeremy Clarkson will return to screens with his compatriots – but not via broadcast TV.

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Cell C explosive

Free Facebook access on Cell C

Cell C has revealed the details of its new promotion with Facebook, including the launch of Internet.org.

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Google Play Music

Google Play Music free streaming service launched

A week before Apple Music is set to launch in the US, Google has launched its own free music streaming service.

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SEACOM

Seacom peering in Germany

Seacom has added an Internet exchange point in Germany to its list of peering points.

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iTunes music South Africa

Digital music still second fiddle to CDs in South Africa

Poor broadband penetration is holding back the growth of digital music in South Africa, and CDs will remain popular for the foreseeable future, writes Karendra Devroop.

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