Major backlash as US attempts to blacklist Huawei
A terrifying tussle between two super powers has left millions of Huawei customers scratching their heads over the fate of the tech giant. Legalbrief reports that US President Donald Trump last week barred Huawei from the US market and added ...
Zille in trouble over 'black privilege' tweet
Former DA leader and outgoing Western Cape Premier Helen Zille will be referred to the party's Federal Executive Council over her controversial 'black privilege' tweet. Two other DA MPs, Dr Michael Cardo and Ghaleb Cachalia, will also be subjected ...
Zuma lawyer plays 'spy tapes' trump card
‘There is no case against me and there never will be. They failed for 15 years to charge me and they can’t. It’s clear this is politically motivated’. With these words, former President Jacob Zuma offered his take on the ...
Rights group addresses Moroccan media clampdown
Moroccan authorities are using a law designed to keep people from falsely claiming professional credentials to bring criminal charges against people trying to expose abuses, Human Rights Watch said. In the latest case, Nezha Khalidi, who is affiliated with the ...
Rival slates WhatsApp's security breach
UN turns up the heat over detained official
US refuses to sign global anti-hate speech pledge
Facebook in the dark over abuse checks
MTN’s Nigerian share structure revealed
Surge in banking fraud highlighted
Somalia exam leak prompts social media shutdown
Media groups challenge regulator’s intervention
Forensic evidence holding up Irish aid worker trial
Boeing repairs major software glitch
Beijing blocks Wikipedia
Facebook closes populist accounts
Judge battles silk over disclosure of SMS
Hanekom pours cold water on Airbnb concerns
ANC MPL lays charges over 'defamatory' Twitter claims
Chelsea Manning jailed for contempt of court
How Harry bucked the trend
Liberty sues police to block facial recognition
CEO addresses importance of spectrum allocation
Vodacom CEO Shameel Joosub has stressed the need for spectrum allocation in SA, arguing that it is necessary for the digital evolution of the country. Speaking in an interview with MyBroadband, Joosub said government’s plan to enable the fourth industrial ...
* Malaysian police are investigating the case of a teenager believed to have jumped to her death after asking her social media followers to vote on whether she should kill herself. The 16-year-old girl, who was not named, had run a ...
TripAdvisor launches new feature
* The travel website TripAdvisor has introduced a new review feature to provide travellers with access to safety information about the businesses it promotes, the company has announced. TripAdvisor, which has 456m visitors a month, allows users to search for accommodation ...
SpaceX plans to launch its first Starlink Internet satellites
* Starlink could bring cheap, fast Internet to remote areas as well as moving vehicles like airplanes, ships and cars. It would also make international teleconferencing and online gaming nearly lag-free. The plan calls for launching nearly 12 000 satellites into ...
Foolish fugitive …
Foolish fugitive …
A fugitive on Canada's most wanted list ended up leading police to his doorstep after announcing where he was living in a defiant Facebook message to a television station publicising his case. Jessie Kowalchuk was ...
Legislation: Preparing for fourth industrial revolution
The development and enforcement of fourth industrial revolution ‘legislative, policy and regulatory instruments’ will be the responsibility of a Department of Communications dedicated to ensuring that ‘government in its entirety is … able to unlock value’ exceeding World Economic Forum ...