In this africast we look at the gaming titles that will be out before the year ends, highlighting nine that piqued our interest.
With applications closing on 23rd July, Huawei is calling on local students to apply for the 2021 Seeds for the Future programme.
The prototype Defender is part of Land Rover’s 2036 zero emission, with it expected to be revealed in the UK later this year.
Telkom saw big gains in the mobile side of its business but those were offset by continued and sustained loses in fixed services.
The event looks to be a vast improvement on the bounty farming that was the Guardian Games 2020.
Days Gone and Oddworld: Soulstorm and Zombie Army 4: Dead War feature for PlayStation Plus titles available this April from Sony.
If you can’t get enough of Netflix’s Drive to Survive, then perhaps it’s time you considered sitting down on a Sunday to watch the Formula 1.
According to co-CEO DJ Koh, current market conditions and COVID-19-related issues, will make it difficult to launch a Galaxy Note this year.
HP has announced an updated Pavilion x360 series but we’re going to have to wait for them to arrive in South Africa.
Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga confirms that more than 20 000 learners have still not been placed for the 2021 academic year.
The 26 Africa Online Safety Fund grantees will receive a share of $1 million to use in tackling issues surrounding safety online.
A report from Webber Wentzel looks at the tech developments that are expected to have an impact in the coming year.
One month down, 11 to go in 2021. These are the internships worth applying for in February.
As we enter the second month of 2021, these are the bursaries that learners should keep an eye on before the end of February.
Following the DBE’s revised calendar for the 2021 academic year, the Department of Higher Education has also outlined its start date.
Aruba country manager for SA, Mandy Duncan, offers some insight into networking trends for 2021, and what CIOs should note in particular.
Dell Technologies South Africa MD, Doug Woolley, weighs in with some predictions for the local channel in 2021.
Fear does not exist in this Netflix South Africa release schedule for January 2021.