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Record inflation keeps the Great Resignation rolling

Record inflation keeps the Great Resignation rolling

By Serah Louis for Yahoo! Finance It’s been over a year since the American workplace turned upside down, with employees quitting en masse in search of more fulfilling jobs and flexible work arrangements. But as inflation hits a 40-year high, stragglers have found yet...

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MultiChoice: Netflix, Disney must comply with BEE, pay tax

MultiChoice: Netflix, Disney must comply with BEE, pay tax

By Jan Vermeulen for MyBroadband International video streaming services like Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, and Britbox must comply with BEE and pay tax in South Africa, MultiChoice Group CEO Calvo Mawela says. Speaking to the Sunday Times, Mawela said the...

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Editing or deleting a post can still land you in hot water

Editing or deleting a post can still land you in hot water

By Kyle Venktess for IOL A change of heart or regret after impulse won’t absolve you of legal action, after deleting or editing a published text message or tweet, according to a legal expert. Chanique Rautenbach, a senior associate at Barnard Incorporated Attorneys,...

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EU may force Apple to ditch iPhone cables

EU may force Apple to ditch iPhone cables

By Kyle Venktess for IOL There can be nothing worse than being told no – as you watch the red sliver of hope on your phone go rapidly down – when you ask: “Has anyone got an iPhone charger?” Now it’s crunch time for cables in the EU. Soon you won’t need to...

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Windows 11 rolls out a test build with tabs in File Explorer

Windows 11 rolls out a test build with tabs in File Explorer

By Richard Lawler for The Verge It’s been about four years since Microsoft tested and then abandoned an attempt at adding tabbed browsing to the File Explorer in Windows 10, and now a new Windows 11 preview build released today is giving it another shot. EarTrumpet...

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China using top consumer routers in hacks

China using top consumer routers in hacks

By Alex Scroxton for Computer Weekly Long-standing vulnerabilities in popular consumer and home office Wi-Fi routers made by the likes of Cisco, D-Link, Netgear and ZyXel are being routinely exploited by threat actors backed by the Chinese government as a means to...

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How to grow your online store in five steps

How to grow your online store in five steps

By Vusi Adonis for IOL If you have spent any significant amount of time on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram you would have surely come across an online boutique of some sort. These online stores, which can sell everything from make-up and electronic...

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CSIR says rolling blackouts going nowhere slowly

CSIR says rolling blackouts going nowhere slowly

Source: ENCA The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has released its annual statistics on power generation for 2021. The report paints a bleak picture of Eskom power plants’ reliability. It further says breakdowns have increased substantially since...

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Volocopter air taxi takes first flight

Volocopter air taxi takes first flight

By Hanno Labuschagne for MyBroadband German urban air mobility company Volocopter has conducted the first successful test flight of its VoloConnect electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft (eVTOL). The air taxi is primarily intended for business people and...

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Reserve Bank to make rand-impacting change on Wednesday

Reserve Bank to make rand-impacting change on Wednesday

By Colleen Goko and Prinesha Naidoo for Bloomberg A change in the way South Africa’s central bank implements monetary policy may lead to greater volatility in the rand. The transition will start Wednesday night and will see the central bank shifting to a surplus...

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