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What does blue-ticking mean for building trust?
What does blue-ticking mean for building trust?
At the outset of ubuntu is the agreement between two or more people that they see each other. Dumela for Basotho le ba Tswana is a cosmic contract...
Soundscapes of a war zone
Soundscapes of a war zone
We take art as it is and make of it what we want. The artist has the responsibility to take their labour and bring it to life for their audience....
Black? A woman? Read why you’re more likely to be a victim of online trolls
Black? A woman? Read why you’re more likely to be a victim of online trolls
On the evening of 17 February 2018, Professor Mary Beard posted on Twitter a photograph of herself crying. The eminent University of Cambridge...
How kids in a low-income country use laptop —lessons from Madagascar
How kids in a low-income country use laptop —lessons from Madagascar
Every child, no matter what country they’re from or their social background, should have the chance to use and learn about technology. That’s...
African governments leave women out of digital revolution
African governments leave women out of digital revolution
Although governments across Africa have collected more than $400-million meant to close the gender divide in access to internet, these funds are...
Letters to the editor: November 24 to 30
Letters to the editor: November 24 to 30
One has to take issue, albeit gently, with my compatriot and your correspondent Eric Shikobela (“We need to stop the ticking of the...
@Noksangoma explains the five types of spirits you may not have known about
@Noksangoma explains the five types of spirits you may not have known about
Known online as @Noksangoma, Johannesburg-based Nokulinda Mkhize (31) is a recognisable figure in the realm of ancestral-based healing and...
YouTube sees its future driven by small screens
YouTube sees its future driven by small screens
In 2015, as YouTube looks forward to the next 10 years, its emphasis is firmly on a smaller screen.
Addressing hate speech in African digital media
Addressing hate speech in African digital media
On many occasions, the dissemination of unfiltered incendiary messages on digital media and social media platforms allows hateful messages to...
Tech-savvy tourists get a raw deal in SA
Tech-savvy tourists get a raw deal in SA
Using the same tired content on traditional marketing platforms has put the African tourism industry at a huge disadvantage.
Teaching teachers technology
Teaching teachers technology
Since January this year, Yamba Omokoko, a maths teacher at the LEAP Learning Centre in...

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