After a week’s break, TalkCentral, TechCentral’s business technology podcast, is back with a bumper show and a special podcast.
In this week’s episode, we talk about Vodacom’s network outage, 8ta’s broadband special offer and Dimension Data’s acquisition of OpSource.
Also on the agenda: the Android tablet designed in Congo-Brazzaville, Reuben September’s new telecommunications venture, News Corp’s sale of MySpace and the launch of Google+, the search engine giant’s latest attempt to build something meaningful in social media.
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This week, we also bring you a special podcast of a press conference held on Friday, in which IT mogul Robert Gumede and his business partner, Ivor Ichikowitz, explain their decision to back out of a deal to buy a significant stake in the Golden Lions Rugby Union. If you’re a Lions fan, interested in SA rugby generally, or are keen for insights into Gumede, one of the IT industry’s more colourful characters, you don’t want to miss this 90-minute special.
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