This africast looks at Anthem, Artifact and the weird trend of games that have been cancelled after a second wind.
Not the results you wanted? Worried about the job market? This africast looks at life after Matric.
This week’s africast discusses the final hurdle for the Matric exams and the odd request to Facebook from the DA.
The Galaxy S21, Little Nightmares II and Destruction AllStars are all in for review on this africast.
In this edition of the africast we talk about how a subreddit took GameStop to the moon ??.
The africast returns for some troubling talk of government versus corporation.
While we’re relieved to see 2021 this africast points out that things are still very much the same.
2020 is almost dead, so let’s dance over its body in this week’s africast.
After seven years its finally here, and the africast can discuss Cyberpunk 2077.
2020 just won’t die, huh? Here’s another africast as we count down the days.
Today’s Black Friday and a new africast. It’s our two for one deal.
The PlayStation 5 launched yesterday and the africast is out today. Coincidence? Yes, it is.
Can Apple find success by striking out on its own? The africast is here to try and answer.
This week’s africast looks at what will happen to the world’s technology when the US president is finally decided on.
Thinking about attending next month’s Dell Technologies Forum? We preview the virtual event with country marketing manager, Jason Jenkinson.
It’s been a hot week both in terms of announcements and the weather. Let’s discuss it in this latest edition of the africast.
In this africast we discuss the several steps forward – and one large step back – that Apple has made with its newly announced iPhone 12 range.
With now two definitions of unemployment in South Africa, this week’s africast tries to make things clearer.