Those testing positive for the coronavirus on the first day of Matric exams appear in Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and Limpopo.
KillSomeOne is both simple and complex. A reminder that cybercriminals are an unpredictable bunch.
This week’s africast looks at what will happen to the world’s technology when the US president is finally decided on.
Tesla partnered with Nosotros Tequila to turn a two year old April Fool’s Day joke into a real product and predictably, it sold like hotcakes.
In December South Africans can experience Akira again, this time in 4K IMAX. We report on how it went.
Sony confirms that a future update will open up the SSD functionality, however.
More expensive than the similarly specced Versa 3, the new Fitbit Sense is laden with features, but none of them feel truly must-have in nature.
Nedbank is looking for designers and it’s hosting an event next week to get them onboard as soon as possible.
With 1 866 new cases recorded over the past 24 hours for COVID-19 in South Africa, the total number of infections now sits at 732 414.
The ECTO-1 set sells for £179.99 / €199.99 / $199.99 come 15th November.
Seeing Facebook playing an active role in protecting the integrity of the elections is great, now if YouTube could just take the same approach.