The Protection of Personal Information Act applies to the processing of information, by automated and non-automated means. This includes political parties.
Money has evolved over thousands of years and continues to change. Cryptocurrency will ultimately upgrade the world to a better financial system despite the volatility. By Marius Reitz.
Gearing up for a world without work means coming to terms with the roles work plays in society, and finding alternative ways to spend our time. By Jacques Malherbe.
Even at a generous 20GW, the electricity available from Eskom’s coal fleet is barely 52% of the about 38.6GW nominal capacity. These numbers are horrifying.
Mobile operators and telecommunications equipment manufacturers are making wild promises about the potential of 5G. As with everything, the devil is in the detail.
Vodacom’s fees and the complex set of rules related to its implementation of Icasa’s data expiry regulations are hellishly confusing, are anti-consumer and ultimately represent an own goal by South Africa’s largest mobile operator.
The announcement by communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams withdrawing the controversial Electronic Communications Amendment Bill is to be welcomed. By Marian Shinn.
With Vodacom’s head office in Johannesburg set to be the site of protest action on Thursday by people supporting the operator’s ex-employee, Nkosana Makate, hot-headed politicians would be well advised to avoid inflaming tensions for political gain.
The banking world is about to be shaken up, thanks to a legislation known as the European Union Payment Services Directive 2, or PSD2.
Vodacom Group’s latest trading update, for the quarter ended December 2018, makes for sobering reading, particularly for those invested in the telecommunications sector.