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MTN, Orange owes taxes in Cameroon

South African-based MTN and French-based Orange owes Cameroon nearly R2.7 billion (100 billion CFA francs) in taxes, Reuters reported on Wednesday. The Central African nation’s corruption...

 Parliament’s OTT media alert ‘unauthorised’ 

A media alert sent out by Parliament on January 14 about a meeting to discuss possible regulation of over-the-top (OTT) services like WhatsApp was...

Electric MyCiti buses bound for Cape Town

The City of Cape Town is planning to make its public transport system greener by getting electric buses for the MyCiti service. By Thulani Gqirana,...

Rand eyes R17/$ on oil rout

  The rand was on the backfoot on Wednesday ahead of inflation data due at 10:00 and as the oil turmoil continued on renewed oversupply...

Popularity of Tuluntulu skyrocket

  Tuluntulu, a mobile streaming platform app that enables its users to watch TV anywhere and anytime, continues to grow in popularity in Africa while...

SA flag replaces #ZumaMustFall billboard

  A large banner of the South African flag has been draped down the side of the same building which held the "Zuma Must Fall"...

Digital death is still a problem

It comes as a shock to many when they realise that the apps and content on their computers and mobile devices are not their...

Naspers taps Le Moal as PayU CEO

Global media and internet firm Naspers  has tapped Laurent Le Moal, former PayPal Europe VP, as the new global CEO of its payment services platform PayU....