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China: Google case won’t affect trade ties with US

China said on Friday that Google's threat to pull out of the country over censorship would not affect Beijing's economic ties with the US.

SA internet users pass five-million mark

The number of South African internet users has passed five million for the first time, research group World Wide Worx said on Thursday.

Defiant China web users back Google

Chinese internet users on Thursday appealed for Google not to close down its operations in the country after an ultimatum to Beijing over censorship.

Mango flies into internet space with G-Connect

Low-cost airline Mango on Tuesday announced the launch of its internet offering, G-Connect.

Internet on the move with NeoGO

Brett Haggard tests Neotel's new device.

Internet backlash over Pirate Bay prosecutors

Lawyers who helped prosecute The Pirate Bay have become the latest targets in an internet backlash over the decision to jail the site's founders.

God goes online

It's not all porn and free music. Turns out there's more than a little God on the Internet. Faranaaz Parker reports.

Broadening the band

Lloyd Gedye reports on why 2009 is the year of the internet in SA.

Divide between computers and TV crumbles

The wall between televisions and computers is crumbling and internet pioneer Yahoo! is swinging a virtual hammer.

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Judge trashes entire lockdown regime as constitutionally flawed

The high court ruling will delight gatvol South Africans but is unlikely to stand the test of time

The backlogs, denials and future of testing Covid-19

The National Health Laboratory Services finally admitted to a bottleneck last week, after denying there were any issues since April. According to the service, the backlog of 80 000 tests started in the first week of May

High court strikes down ‘paternalistic’ lockdown regulations

The order of unconstitutionality has been suspended for two weeks

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