Pull an extra blanket from the cupboard, Eskom has announced Stage 2 loadshedding for Thursday evening.
Eskom has said that should there be further losses in generating capacity it would be forced to implement loadshedding.
The Digital Corporation in South Africa 2021 report from World Wide Worx shows local businesses still have a lot of work to do as regards digital transformation.
Cell C customers in the Eastern Cape, Free State and Northern Cape will now roam on MTN’s network at no extra charge as RAN shift continues.
Apple’s iPhone 12 series of devices are the best, when it comes to internet speeds that is.
Ookla’s Speedtest Intelligence report might help you pick the best ISP in your area.
Stuart Oberholzer, Information Security Compliance manager at PaySpace, unpacks the POPIA responsibilities for local cloud providers.
With applications closing on 23rd July, Huawei is calling on local students to apply for the 2021 Seeds for the Future programme.
Webber Wentzel’s Michael Straeuli and Dominic Harris weigh in on whether force majeure would apply giving the current unrest and riots in SA.
Having never experienced an internet shutdown in South Africa, we asked CEO at Cybersec Clinique, Doreen Mokoena how it could be done and how you can get around it.
The recently unveiled notebook weighs in at under 1kg, with the Pavilion Aero 13 expected locally in August, starting at R14 999 (RRP).
“Any disruption of communication services could prove disastrous and result in increased mortality as emergency calls may be directly impacted,” says ICASA chairperson, Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng.
Featuring the Redmi Note 10 Pro, Note 10S and Note 10 5G, Xiaomi is launching a new trio of well specced and nicely priced devices in SA.
Take a page out of the Scout handbook and be prepared, just in case internet censorship becomes a reality in the coming days.
With looting and destruction of property showing no signs of ending at this stage, government’s stance on inciting violence on social media made clear.
Telkom says its stores will be closed until it is completely safe for employees to return to work.
The Shorts beta should be available to all South Africans by Wednesday.
Unsurprisingly, President Cyril Ramaphosa and the NCCC have decided to extend the current level 4 lockdown until 25th July.