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    Vodacom boss Shameel Joosub paid R28 million in tax last year

    SARS should take even more. The Kameel does not need that much. As long as they spend it responsibly.
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    Outa hauls Nersa to court concerning controversial Karpowership deal

    Think better. If we are willing to pay R5/kWh, private investors will happily cover the Karoo with solar plants to generate more electricity than we can ever use.
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    Mike Lawrie - South African Internet pioneer

    But thanks for the story. I always wondered why Grahamstown was the hub of university internet well into the 90's.
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    Mike Lawrie - South African Internet pioneer

    My first thought as well!
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    Using an eSIM to avoid paying high roaming rates when travelling

    I really hope you are not communicating with the esteemed members of this panel from your throne!
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    Minister extended Post Office's small parcel monopoly - but it hasn't met delivery targets in over a decade

    They are never going on record that they are ignoring Gungu's decree.
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    Using an eSIM to avoid paying high roaming rates when travelling

    And there my statement is proved.
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    Eskom is proposing new ways for South Africans to pay for electricity

    Today's comments read like everyone drifted over from News24. Eskom's principle is fine. Installing and maintaining a grid connection to your premises is expensive. Up to now they could just recuperate that through the /kWh tariff, because consumption was generally directly related to...
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    DStv Premium freefall continues

    I might just sign up again, just to not be associated with Stoof.
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    DStv Premium freefall continues

    Nobel prize in economics coming up. Who would have thought that a company generates the most revenue per client from the clients who pay the most? :D
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    Using an eSIM to avoid paying high roaming rates when travelling

    Actually easier in most African countries. There are little kiosks everywhere.
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    Using an eSIM to avoid paying high roaming rates when travelling

    Fair enough, but it just means you do a lot of admin beforehand to find out which operators have to best packages for you. My experience is that the first driver in Foreign will usually tell you exactly where to go.
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    Johann Rupert's company portfolio

    Thanks. Interesting. Still a lot of luxury/vanity products.
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    Johann Rupert's company portfolio

    How on earth can a watchmaker be this valuable? How many oil sheiks and soccer millionaires are there in the world?
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    Changes to DStv Stream in preparation for the launch of SkyGlass products in South Africa

    Here is a summary of the lots and lots of words: "DSTv Stream added the functionality to start a live stream from the start while the stream is in progress. This will allow them to provide Sky Glass products. They promised it a long time ago. It is now promised for the end of the year." We...
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    Amazon.co.za's underwhelming launch

    Yes, but Dischem did change their story. Anyway, this is not the point. You cannot complain about the ANC's management of the country and then support them and their cronies with your money.
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    Amazon.co.za's underwhelming launch

    AFAIK the recent campaign against Dischem did have an effect, so yes.
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    Amazon.co.za's underwhelming launch

    Very rarely, but me not drinking coke has a much smaller influence on the future of South Africa than voting for Zuma or supporting scoundrels like Scurvy.
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    Amazon.co.za's underwhelming launch

    Did you vote for Zuma as well?
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    South Africa has U-turned on plans for state-owned data centres in the country

    So much sanity suddenly prevailing! They can rather spend the money on colleges that train technicians who can assemble servers and network infrastructure.
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