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Is free public Wi-Fi really worth it?

For many years, New York City has been developing a “free” public Wi-Fi project. Called LinkNYC, it is an ambitious effort to bring wireless...

Outa to brief parliament on alternative mechanisms for financing e-tolls

The Opposition to Urban Tolling Alliance  (Outa) will brief Parliament's portfolio committee on transport on Tuesday on alternative mechanisms for financing e-tolls. By Genevieve Quintal,...

Gareth Cliff and M-Net to meet in court

Controversial media personality, Gareth Cliff, will go head-to-head with M-Net on Tuesday when the litigants face off in the Johannesburg High Court. By Genevieve Quintal,...

SA’s Inoxico eyeing SaaS market 

  South African credit bureau and software firm Inoxico is eyeing growth opportunities in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) industry in the rest of the continent after security...

iROKO secures $19m funds for content

    iROKO, has secured $19 million from French media giant CANAL+, together with existing investor Kinnevik AB, to give the African tech & entertainment firm the...

Analytics to mitigate the impact of drought

  The drought bringing vast farming regions to their knees has highlighted the importance of better management of the country’s scarce water resources.  By Kroshlen Moodley,...

SweepSouth gets fresh R10m funding

  Africa's on-demand home cleaning services startup SweepSouth has R10 million from a clutch of venture capitalists investors, which includes  Vumela Fund, as well as from...

OTT’s disruptive for some, beneficial for all

    South Africa's Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) has urged the country's mobile networks to develop new ways to partner and compete with innovative OTT...