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Uganda to initiate social media tax
Uganda to initiate social media tax
Uganda’s Parliament voted to implement a new social media tax last Wednesday, limiting access to apps such as WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter.
Apps for the people by the people
Apps for the people by the people
The key word is “easier”. An easier way to find the nearest creche, kota joint or mechanic in a township. An easier way to navigate the...
WhatsApp co-founder leaving Facebook
WhatsApp co-founder leaving Facebook
WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum on Monday put out word that he is leaving Facebook, which bought the smartphone messaging service four years ago for...
Warner has 'gone rogue', removing himself from OZ WhatsApp group
Warner has 'gone rogue', removing himself from OZ WhatsApp group
Australian opener  David Warner has reportedly lost the plot as the Newlands ball-tampering saga gains momentum.
The cost of the great masigodukeni
The cost of the great masigodukeni
In my family, it all starts on a specially created WhatsApp group. Last year’s was titled “Xmas Lunch 2016” and there were no less than 15...
Sticks and stones and smartphones
Sticks and stones and smartphones
Technology is ubiquitous in the 21st century. Children as young as eight have access to smartphones and 18-month-olds are using iPads.
Betraying Drake
Betraying Drake
We fold into ourselves like flowers. Petals carefully concealing fragile hearts, always on guard.
China disrupts WhatsApp ahead of Communist Party meeting
China disrupts WhatsApp ahead of Communist Party meeting
Chinese authorities appear to have severely disrupted the WhatsApp messaging app in the latest step to tighten censorship as they prepare for a...
Silence perpetuates the violence
Silence perpetuates the violence
I’ve been thinking about silence over the past week as Deputy Minister of Higher Education Mduduzi Manana remains in his job despite admitting to...
Education department to track down culprit behind leaked maths paper
Education department to track down culprit behind leaked maths paper
The department of basic education is hiring a private investigator to track down the culprit who sent sections of a matric maths exam paper as a...
Zimbabwe data prices hiked by up to 500% to curb social media activism and dissent
Zimbabwe data prices hiked by up to 500% to curb social media activism and dissent
Mobile data prices in Zimbabwe sky-rocketed overnight and Zimbabweans say the hikes are government efforts to quash activism on social media around...

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