Mobile operators gear for new spectrum release
SA's largest mobile operators believe data prices could start falling once the government releases additional spectrum next month. But much will depend on the cost of the spectrum. President Cyril Ramaphosa said the state would begin the process after ...
Court orders lifting of Sudan's Internet ban
A Khartoum court has ordered the Internet to be restored, five weeks after it was shut down by Sudan's ruling military council. The move comes several days after the country's military leaders reached an agreement with the opposition ...
Diplomatic storm over cable leak
The UK is mired in a wild international crisis, most probably of its own making. This after scathing comments about US President Donald Trump made in leaked diplomatic cables by Britain's ambassador to the US, Kim Darroch, were published ...
Sita turns to ConCourt over police IT system
The State Information Technology Agency (Sita) says it will be approaching the Constitutional Court in a matter involving the use of a critical IT system owned by embattled police supplier Forensic Data Analysts (FDA), according to a News24 report. This ...
Another major data breach fine pending
Cloudfare blamed for Internet black-out
Ethiopia to open its telecom market
Twitter ‘divorced from reality’ – Malema
Entrepreneur gets US backing for 'robot lawyer'
Fugitive snared by social media footage
Legal profession vulnerable to hack attacks
Samsung sued over misleading waterproof phone ads
Beijing accused of Big Brother surveillance
Icasa to probe SABC’s pay-TV hook-up
Digital courts, transformation top new Minister's agenda
AI tool predicts who is at fault in insurance claims
Suspected al-Shabab sympathiser gets bail
New Zealand slams Google for exposing alleged murderer
Moroccan police arrest Bitcoin terror suspect
Zimbabwean jailed for using cloned credit cards
Concerns over Facebook’s Libra currency
From early next year, Facebook intends to let its 2bn users – more than 139m of whom are in Africa – make digital payments through its apps and popular messaging service WhatsApp using a new crypto-currency called Libra. In a ...
‘Smart buildings’ easy targets for cyber criminals
In countries like the US, the growth of smart buildings is estimated to reach 16.6% by 2020. Smart buildings use technology to control a wide range of variables within their respective environments with the aim of providing more comfort ...
TikTok a hit
* One of the most popular apps among teenagers at the moment is a short-form video platform called TikTok whch acts as a social network, where users share videos covering a wide range of categories, from lip syncing to comedic skits ...
Warning over DIY divorces
Warning over DIY divorces
Opting for a so-called ‘online or DIY divorce’ may look cheap, but could cost you dearly in the long run, cautions attorney Simon Dippenaar. ‘We believe that divorce is a serious matter, however amicable, and ...