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A French revolution in the making
A French revolution in the making
Forget food, fashion and luxury, France believes it has a new image to sell: innovation.
Telkom turns to mobile and fibre as landline business takes knock
Telkom turns to mobile and fibre as landline business takes knock
Telkom is steering its business towards "new revenue streams", such as mobile, data and the internet of things, as its traditional business is...
​The Foxy Five: Issue-driven, thinly written but rich with potential
​The Foxy Five: Issue-driven, thinly written but rich with potential
The media response to The Foxy Five, a South African-based web series created by Jabu Nadia Newman, has been curious. Since its...
Help! I have acute internet FOMO
Help! I have acute internet FOMO
If you’re not familiar with the internet, I can highly recommend it. The internet has all the facts. Nobody needs to know anything any more,...
Beware of the web’s dark side
Beware of the web’s dark side
Never let it be said that customer service is dead: great July promotions on heroin and cocaine; specials on counterfeit money (buy 20 notes and get...
When death goes viral: Q&A with Tarryn Crossman on the multifaceted ways grief mixes with social media
When death goes viral: Q&A with Tarryn Crossman on the multifaceted ways grief mixes with social media
After her acclaimed first film Fatherland, which followed the struggles of three young Afrikaner boys at a Kommandokorps boot camp,...
Five internet gems to make you feel old and uncool
Five internet gems to make you feel old and uncool
Unlabelled magazine: Being on this website feels like being inside the pages of an endless fashion...
Mushroom Hour Half-Hour: From pirate radio to podcasts
Mushroom Hour Half-Hour: From pirate radio to podcasts
Nhlanhla Mngadi, of the Mushroom Hour Half-Hour podcast, is not being nostalgic when he reminds me that the artwork that greeted revellers as they...
Fibre optic turf war pushes speeds up and prices down
Fibre optic turf war pushes speeds up and prices down
A turf war to lay fibre optic cables directly to homes in South Africa’s largest metros is delivering faster speeds and cheaper prices.
SA flunked golden IT opportunities
SA flunked golden IT opportunities
President Thabo Mbeki’s commitment to the information economy was clear from his State of the Nation speech in the National Assembly on February 9...

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