SA scored many accolades at this year's Cannes Lions advertising festival, but not a single award for digital work. This was hardly surprising.
What can you buy for R110 these days? Lunch for two, a cheap T-shirt? How about a fully functional computer?
Amidst accusations of scaremongering, a Chinese company made a router that they state is safer for pregnant women.
Anger has been growing over embargoes on published works that "limit access to knowledge and make academics' work outdated".
Scientists have been cracking the secrets of eggs laid by dinosaurs in the Free State 200-million years ago.
Asus was under pressure to deliver at this year's Computex expo in Taiwan, and responded by pushing the edges of transforming notebooks once again.
Hatched 200 million years ago, studied for over 40 years across several continents, James Kitching's discoveries are yielding scientific dividends.
Data and computing initiatives are joining forces to forge a high-speed research network for South Africa.
Scientists hope the Philae lander robot can get enough of a power boost through a battery recharge to carry out more research tasks.
This article is part of a series The Conversation Africa is running on issues related to LGBTI in Africa.
About 20 countries worldwide have legalised same-sex marriage, but the majority of people who live in Africa strongly disapprove of homosexuality.
Uganda is one of the countries in Africa where homosexuality is a crime, but its Academy of Sciences has agreed that being gay is a natural phenomena.
A focus on education is part of Acer's turnaround as it battles slumping sales in the rest of the PC sector and competition from Apple in schools.
FNB has announced that it has become the first bank to offer its own SIM cards to its customers from June 15.
Tim Cook launched a stinging attack on tech giants like Google and Facebook that rely on advertising for the majority of their revenue.
Maintaining a zoo is not only a balancing act, it contributes importantly to the world we live in.
The marginalisation of women in science occurs globally, but representation is particularly dire in Africa.
The exploration of an extraordinary shipwreck off Cape Town's coast is forcing us to confront a shameful past.
South Africa's mobile industry is set for a shake-up as a local WiFi calling platform launches.