Technologies rapidly transform society, allowing for unprecedented advances in the human condition but women are often barred from the race
The continent’s tech must take centre stage and show the world what we have to offer
The bourse has never looked so vulnerable with many companies delisting and few new entries.
The metaverse’s democratising, inclusive and diversity-rich potential can equalise access to healthcare.
The continent could reap rewards through digitisation and adopting new technologies
Governments’ interruption of social media is censorship is a way to control the flow of information online and amounts to censorship
A proposed cyber law will muzzle Zambians and restrict the opposition ahead of the elections
The collaborative online encyclopedia, which has become a reliable source amid a flood of misinformation, turns 20 today
New undersea cables will massively increase bandwidth to the continent
The political harms caused by large scale are critical issues as well, and ought to be considered in antitrust enforcement
Access to cellphones is not an end in itself. Rather, it is a way to level the playing field not only through knowledge, but also through connection
The Berlin Wall fell 30 years ago but today we have more borders and walls than ever
Cyber security NGO NetBlocks estimated the total losses to the Iraqi economy at $951 million
In the mid-2000s, Matthew Buckland took over the M&G’s website, and gave it a new lease on life. First, though, he had to fight an ownership battle
The transparency provided by the internet means that every corporate action is judged
At the end of an election campaign marked by deadly violence, internet services were slowed across the country with 3G and 4G services suspended
In all the offices I’ve worked, I sat in the so-called bullpen — a shared working space modelled on war-time sweat shops.
If you want to jump-start your industry, connect your appliances, vehicles and, yes, even your cattle
Instead, the State Security Agency offers lame excuses for mass surveillance of South Africans
Telkom is steering its business towards "new revenue streams", such as mobile, data and the internet
‘One reader described this as the most boring column I had ever written. I hope to out-bore it soon, perhaps even with this account of its sequelae’
The creator of ‘The Foxy Five’ deserves praise, but the writing could improve.
The world in 2016: witness the litness.
The hidden internet is a creepy, dangerous place with some advantages but many disadvantages.
Filmmaker Tarryn Crossman’s second documentary film, Timelines, is a story about death in the digital age.
These websites are a style inspiration and aesthetically on point.
Lowering mobile data costs and offering free internet are some of the ways to increase accessibility to online spaces, writes Indra de Lanerolle.
Nhlanhla Mngadi and Andrew Curnow’s indulgent podcasts and live-recorded jam sessions are headed for wax.
While the giant telecommunications companies fiddled, smaller firms started laying internet cables and consumers are ultimately winning.
For the first time, online and social media texts are being regulated alongside printed material
The industry provided an incredible chance to create new jobs but the political will failed.