This edition of the africast looks at Twitter’s widening features.
The Japanese brand has relaunched in SA, with some Toshiba TVs now manufactured in Cape Town.
Bolt Drive lets you rent a car without paying for fuel or parking.
Artists use #NoCropArt to share, or re-share, works which may have been cut off before.
The National Department of Health registered 3 357 sites for the vaccine rollout as of the end of April, as it awaits more batches to land.
Netflix is surveying users about a portal that could give us all a closer look at how the sausage is made.
The list of E3 exhibitors grows to nearly 20.
As Google and Roku continue to duke it out over digital services on its streaming devices, the PS5 has added support for YouTube TV.
Google wants developers to be more transparent about the data they collect and how they use that data.
No definitive release date is known, but Ubisoft plans to launch The Division: Heartland on PlayStation, Xbox & PC in late 2021/early 2022.
As we enter another weekend under lockdown, the total number of cases for COVID-19 in South Africa to date sits at 1 590 370.
Originally released in 2001, Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance is back.
We throw light on the different ways in which startups can make the most of this marketing trend.
The Twitter Tip Jar is being rolled out to all users but is limited to a few for now.