General chaos ensues on the podcast this week as Duncan McLeod and Regardt van der Berg are joined by Louis Du Pisani, the CEO of the company behind the South African videogame Boet Fighter.
Du Pisani talks about what’s involved in developing an indie game in South Africa and the background to Boet Fighter – and he reveals the game’s (probable) release date.
Also on the show this week (and in between the chaos): Cell C pulls the plug on wholesale fixed LTE, Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro won’t have Google apps and Toyota’s plan to put a Wi-Fi hotpot in all its new vehicles.
Regardt’s pick this week has something to do with cooking, while Louis has picked a box of rewritable compact discs.
Join us live on Sundays at 1pm on YouTube at youtube.com/techcentral.
Watch the video
Listen to the audio
How to subscribe to TechCentral’s podcasts
There are many ways to enjoy TechCentral’s podcasts, beyond simply streaming them from the website or watching them on YouTube. The best way is by subscribing to them using an app on your phone, allowing you to listen in the car (via Bluetooth), at the gym or wherever you happen to be. Use the links below to subscribe.
TechCentral podcasts are governed by a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) licence. This means you may copy and redistribute the material unmodified, but you must provide the appropriate credit to TechCentral, with a link to this page. We also ask that if you’d like to use this podcast on your website or in an electronic newsletter that you use iono.fm’s embedded player. The HTML for this episode’s embedded player is:
<iframe src=”https://embed.iono.fm/epi/739419″ width=”100%” height=”135″ frameborder=”0″><a href=”https://iono.fm/e/739419″>Content hosted by iono.fm</a></iframe>