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South African WhatsApp scam warning

Source: MyBroadband The National Stokvel Association of South Africa (Nasasa) is warning South Africans about WhatsApp stokvel scams which are targeting victims through social media. These WhatsApp stokvels catch unsuspecting victims by promising them a large return...

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Ramaphosa signs Internet censorship bill into law

On 2 October President Ramaphosa signed the Film and Publications Amendment Bill into law. In the area of printed and audio-visual content, the Films and Publications Amendment Act provides for the establishment, composition and appointment of members of an...

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Local retailers need to embrace digital to stay relevant

By Nomzamo Radebe, CEO of Excellerate JHI There can be no doubt that digital processes and technology will underpin future retail, but what does this really mean for local brands and companies? Arguably, the first step towards future-proofing retail is to understand...

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Will China Mobile buy a struggling Cell C?

According to a recent report by ITWeb, struggling telco Cell C is in possible buy-out talks with China Mobile. It is rumoured negotiations are underway, and the company told ITWeb that it “is willing to talk to anyone wanting to stabilise the company”....

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Co-working fosters innovation in start-ups

From those who choose to co-work when running a remote team, to growing startups and large corporations offering flexibility and autonomy, the spectacular growth of the co-working market seems to know no bounds. Linda Trim, director at FutureSpace, says that according...

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Apple users targeted by 1bn malicious ads

By Mohit Kumar for The Hacker News The infamous eGobbler hacking group that surfaced online earlier this year with massive malvertising campaigns has now been caught running a new campaign exploiting two browser vulnerabilities to show intrusive pop-up ads and...

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Mustek, NEC Visual Display terminate distribution agreement

Mustek Limited, one of the country’s largest assemblers and distributors of personal computers and complementary tier 1 ICT products, has officially put to an end to its 17-year long distribution agreement with NEC Visual Display Products in South Africa. This...

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DStv set to cut channels

According to a recent MyBroadband article, DStv is set to cut three popular channels from its network at the end of October: History, Crime + Investigation, and Lifetime. This is due to the ending of contract with the American broadcasting company A&E Television...

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SA has the world’s largest 3D printer

Source: defenceWeb  The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research’s (CSIR’s) 3D metal printer – the largest of its kind in the world – is being used for a number of projects, including components for the Ahrlac, Marlin missile and Armscor. Done layer upon layer,...

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