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There is overwhelming defiance among commentators, with another legal challenge likely.
 
There is overwhelming defiance among commentators, with another legal challenge likely.
E-toll ire bubbles over

Instead of enticing motorists to pay highway fees, government's latest e-toll amendments have the public up in arms.

Real-time tweets come to Google search

Live tweets will soon appear in mobile Google search in the US, with desktop search and other countries to follow soon.

Google's integration of real-time tweets in mobile search could be a wake-up call for companies.


WiFi Chat takes off

The chatrooms available at the moment on the city of Tshwane's WiFi Chat platform.

The social network created to improve municipal-to-resident communication channels has seen hundreds sign up since launch.


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Innovation Agency makes progress

The Technology Innovation Agency has been repositioned to help companies commercialise inventions.

Over-the-top to dominate pay-TV services

Globally, pay-TV markets are seeing over-the-top services come to the fore, resulting in slower revenue growth.

Cwele highlights broadband rollout

Unveiling his department's R1.4 billion budget, telecoms and postal services minister Siyabonga Cwele emphasised government's broadband rollout plans.

MTN condemns strike violence

MTN says it is committed to finding a speedy and amicable resolution to the strike at its local operations, but has condemned acts of violence by protestors.

Muthambi's budget speech slammed

Pundits criticise communications minister Faith Muthambi's budget vote speech as presenting nothing of substance.

WordPress maker buys SA entity

Automattic, which created WordPress.com, acquires WooThemes.

E-toll car licence link explored

The notion of government denying motorists with unpaid e-toll fees their car licences is problematic, says Justice Project SA. 

Fibre land grab accelerates

The Competition Commission forces Telkom to level the fibre playing field, which will lead to increased competition in the sector.


Banking

Could the future be cashless? Businesses and banks have to adapt to meet the needs of consumers.

 

Security Summit 2015

SA security policy trails Africa Local policies on e-commerce, cyber crime and cyber security have been largely fragmented.

 

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