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No More Disappearing Airtime as ICASA Data Regulations Come into Effect

For a long time mobile network subscribers have been complaining about unexplained disappearance of their airtime. This is likely to come to an end this week as the new regulations by the Independent Communications Authority of SA (ICASA) come into effect. According to the new regulations, which will become effective at the beginning of March, cellphone networks are no longer allowed to charge subscribers out-of-bundle (OOB) rates by default. That means when a user’s da... Read more »
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By Nelly Mkhize On Monday, September 3rd, 2018

Protecting Your College Work from IT Disasters

Students spend a huge amount of time writing essays, reports, dissertations, and other written work. It is a big part of many academic courses, so no student wants to boot up their computer to discover their es... Read more »
By Andile Dlamini On Tuesday, August 28th, 2018

Rooting Your Android Phone Can Reduce Airtime and Data Usage

The social media pages of mobile networks are usually inundated with posts from disgruntled subscribers expressing their dissatisfaction with certain services. One of the most common complaints is that of myste... Read more »
By Amy Grunewald On Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

How to Buy a Good Bluetooth Speaker

Whether you want a speaker indoor use, outdoor entertainment, or travelling, Bluetooth speakers are becoming the best option for modern music lovers. However, if you want to get the best out of a Bluetooth spea... Read more »
By Mvusi Ngubane On Sunday, November 13th, 2016

Rumor: Apple Plans Update for iPhone X and New iPad Screens

Online reports suggest Apple Inc. is preparing to release an impressive range of handsets in 2017. Among these gadgets is the highly speculated, next edition iPhone — thought to be the iPhone 8 or iPhone ... Read more »
By Brent Robyn Smith On Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

Mobile Gambling Taking The World by Storm

Gone are the days where switching on your computer was the only means of accessing the internet. With the rapid advancement of technology occurring on a daily basis, many people are now turning to mobile device... Read more »
By Alex Saunders On Saturday, March 21st, 2015

South African Start-Ups to Watch Out For!

There are few African countries today that come close to the technological development that is currently being seen and experienced in South Africa. The country has long been a bastion of development in the sou... Read more »
By Ayanda On Monday, August 5th, 2013

Ban on Apple Products vetoed by US Trade Representative

The United States Trade Representative (USTR) under the administration of President Obama has issued a veto against the decision of the US International Trade Commission (USITC) to ban “Apple” products from... Read more »
By Mvusi Ngubane On Thursday, July 18th, 2013

Eskom Asks for Exemption from Strict Regulations

South Africa’s largest supplier of energy, Eskom has requested exemption from strict air quality standards recently implemented onto the company, claiming that its power station emission do not threaten the h... Read more »
By Ntokozo Sindane On Tuesday, July 9th, 2013

Twitter Welcomes the Duke of York, First Royal on Twitter

Prince Andrew is a now a ‘tweep’, a term used to describe the subscribers of popular social network Twitter. Prince Andrew opened his account on Monday and was largely welcomed by thousands of network users... Read more »