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David Shapshak

David Shapshak

    Reinventing the 'old-fashioned stuff'
    Reinventing the 'old-fashioned stuff'
    I know how well Arnold Tanzer can cook because he catered my wedding.
    Eating in Deluxe
    Eating in Deluxe
    Andrea Burgener learnt to cook because her school sandwiches were so bad, according to her mother, who eventually stopped making them.
    We put the educational web to the test
    We put the educational web to the test
    The Internet is unlikely to replace traditional classroom-based education for sometime yet but it is an extensive and valuable resource. This was...
    A profoundly positive approach
    A profoundly positive approach
    The Chinese government sees him as a separatist, says the Dalai Lama, during his week-long visit to Johannesburg. "That is anti-people, anti-government, anti-Communist Party. So, therefore, I am a criminal." ...
    Sport: publishing's banker
    Sport: publishing's banker
    It may be a truism that football-mad Britain regards sport more highly than any other form of news, but the phenomenon is not far off the rest of...
    Rural gateway to the future
    Rural gateway to the future
    How do you introduce first world computer and Internet technologies into the rural heartland of a developing country? You don't. You introduce...
    Sentech emerges as 'TNO'
    Sentech emerges as 'TNO'
    There may be a stalemate over the second national telephone operator (SNO) to rival Telkom — but a third national operator is emerging.
    WiFi seeks hotspots in SA
    WiFi seeks hotspots in SA
    Labelled "explosive" by Microsoft boss Bill Gates, wireless networking arrived in South Africa this week, with Telkom and M-Web announcing plans to...
    Teaching the teachers
    Teaching the teachers
    Day after day rural schoolteachers walk 3km down a sand road from where the taxi drops them off to a training centre in the rural district of...
    SA joins identity fraud 'crime wave'
    SA joins identity fraud 'crime wave'
    It may be little consolation to the victims of the online identity thefts whose Absa accounts were defrauded but they are in illustrious company....
    Cellphones could create credit for Africa
    Cellphones could create credit for Africa
    It is naive to talk about e-commerce without mentioning its burgeoning mobile partner, m-commerce.
    More bang for your e-buck
    More bang for your e-buck
    It may not be on the same scale in South Africa as it is in the United States, Europe and Asia, but e-commerce is here to stay.