Kasope Ladipo-Ajai said she wants to use the prize money to grow Omo Alata Foods into a brand that will make a difference in society.
This fitness startup aims to help people exercise, and independent studios and gyms to attract more customers all at the same time.
[htxt.africa] Rainbow Six Siege beta impressions, Sandton’s EcoMobility Festival and Trevor Noah’s Daily Show debut
From Trevor Noah sitting in the Daily Show chair for the first time, to Sandton’s plan to reduce carbon emissions, we cover it all in this week’s podcast.
WeThinkCode_ will cover all your costs for the duration of the programme, and you’re guaranteed a paying internship.
Another school shooting in the USA may have been forewarned on the image board 4Chan.
Government aims to speed up deployment of internet connectivity to SA schools through this initiative.
These clever LEGO builders tell the same story in 2:40 that the movie took over three hours to tell.
The mobile operator says things should be back to normal soon.
The popular ad-blocking software has found a way to reach the middle ground between ad-hating web surfers, and websites that depend on them.
People who value privacy will find a lot to like in the privacy-focused Blackphone 2.
For those of us that dread the weekly house-cleaning ritual, SweepSouth is on hand to make life a bit easier.
Warren Sparrow proves you don’t need big money to make a positive impact on learning through tech.
Humble Bundle extends its services with a subscription model, giving PC gamers even more ways to buy games!
There’s also a R10 000 prize up for grabs if you can give the new entity a name.
We take a quick look at who will be speaking at the My World of Tomorrow conference later this month.