A flurry of social media activity by online influencers appears to be an attempt to minimise the impact of negative media coverage of the Karpowership gas-to-electricity consortium.
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Mobile operators and telecommunications equipment manufacturers are making wild promises about the potential of 5G. As with everything, the devil is in the detail.
The end of MTN’s free Twitter promotion may have led to a huge reduction in the volume of tweets by the users of that service, but it doesn’t seem to have had a significant effect on the volume of activity on the social network in South Africa.
Thank you for listening to the TechCentral podcast. In this episode, Duncan McLeod chats to independent marketing consultant Andrew Fraser, an expert on South Africa’s digital broadcasting migration project, about MultiChoice’s controversial
In this special edition of the podcast, Andrew Fraser, who ensured TechCentral was the first media outlet this week to publish the news of the massive data breach involving the leaking of the personal
“Vodacom to reduce out-of-bundle prices by as much as 50%,” the breathless headline of the press release the mobile operator issued on Tuesday says. And it’s true, Vodacom will reduce out-of-bundle rates on 15 October. And some
On Monday last week, Richard Poplak, in his Trainspotter column on the Daily Maverick website, wrote a funny but scathing rant about the two Zuma sons, Edward and Duduzane (or is that Duduzani?). By Tuesday
On TalkCentral this week, Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg are joined by Andrew Fraser to chat about the week’s biggest local and international technology news. On the menu this week: Icasa’s attempts to
Andrew Fraser joins the TalkCentral regulars Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg this week to talk about everything tech (and plenty more besides). On the show, Andrew talks about his investigation into the Gupta sockpuppets
The victory this week in the constitutional court by former communications minister Faith Muthambi over e.tv may not mark the end of the long-running dispute over encryption in South Africa’s digital television