Blade Nzimande and Universities South Africa have been in talks since Monday.
Sick of subscribing to a plethora of streaming services? So are we, so let’s talk in this week’s africast.
Intel used binary, GPS co-ordinates and a hidden website to tease its mysterious new product the Xe HPG. It was super effective.
Why a country with more than 5 million vending machines would need a Coke subscription service is unclear, but Coca-Cola thinks it does.
As SpaceX continues to launch more satellites into orbit as a part of Starlink, avoiding collisions in future will be critical.
Following its move to block adults messaging children who they do not follow, now Facebook is reportedly creating an Instagram for Kids.
Text-to-speech solution SpeechKit is paving the way for a new kind of internet.
You’ll be able to experience the new airship map before April arrives.
Loadshedding has been cancelled Eskom announced on Friday morning.
Should world leaders be held to the same rules as other Twitter users? The social network is asking the public to answer a survey regarding that very question.
As we prepare for a long weekend of loadshedding and lockdown, the total number of cases for COVID-19 in South Africa sits at 1 533 961.
Huawei’s MateBook D14 has been updated for 2021, now sporting 10th Gen processors from Intel to deliver a superb notebook experience.
Black Panther will be the star of an expansion called “War for Wakanda”.
The IDC has named AOC as the market share leader for gaming monitors for the second year running.
The Californian engineer could face up to five years in a federal prison .