The africast returns with some exciting corporate warfare centred around Fortnite.
With the world shifting online, this week we take a look at where the online experience for conferences and events can be improved.
We look at Microsoft’s new global skills initiative, the social engineering that led to a Twitter hack, and the impressive Ghost of Tsushima in this week’s africast.
After more than a hundred days of lockdown how has online work been treating the africast?
With the news of Fallout coming to TV, this africast looks at the future of game adaptations.
From 1st July, significant aspects of the POPI Act will commence. What does that mean? We brought in three experts to help us unpack.
The africast returns after a week’s absence to discuss the role of reviews.
This week’s africast looks at Facebook’s divisive stance on Trump, the extension of SA’s state of disaster and an interview with Kyocera on digital transformation and the new normal of remote working.
A new africast is here and we discuss the bonkers world of social media and specifically Twitter.
This week’s africast looks at how schools of every kind of trying to continue teaching during the pandemic.
A new week means a new africast, but an old topic.
Through rain or shine, pandemic or no pandemic, the africast is back yet again.
This africast looks at what we’ve been doing with all that spare time.
This week’s africast talks about Bionicles, Google, AWS and the COVID-19 lockdown.
It is a shorter week, but that has not stopped up from recording another edition of the africast remotely during the country’s national lockdown. Speaking of which, it was initially suppose to end yesterday, but we’ve got until the end of April to continue staying home and staying safe. In that time there has been […]
We look at local firms and ecommerce platforms that pivoted to essential goods providers during the lockdown.
On this africast we talk about making the tricky transition.
We’re recording remotely this week to bring you another episode of the africast.