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ISPs state what should be done to improve fixed broadband access in the country.
Splashdata’s latest password report reveals the most commonly-used passwords in the world for 2015.
Outa says that e-tolls in Gauteng have failed, and that the government is inviting a tax revolt by linking e-toll payments to vehicle licences.
When the ASA ruled against his 400Mbps fibre-to-the-home marketing, Cybersmart CEO Laurie Fialkov did what no one expected.
Apple is increasing the price of products in the South African App Store because of the weaker rand.
Netflix is cracking down on subscribers using VPNs, proxies, and unblockers to get access to its US catalogue – but there is good news for UnoTelly users.
There is so much advice about creating entrepreneurial business models – but there are some important and less glamorous truths about building a business that every entrepreneur should know from the outset.
Afrihost is launching its mobile voice products to the public, and the first 1,000 clients will get a big data bonus.
The latest MyBroadband IT jobs survey reveals the average salaries of South African IT and telecommunications professionals.
Gareth Cliff’s lawyer Eric Mabuza has explained why his client is suing M-Net for R25 million.