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African ministers step on media toes

Southern African ICT ministers stand united in line with comms minister Faith Muthambi's often expressed desire for regulated media ethics.

The South African government has often proposed patriotism in the way news is reported; so-called 'sunshine journalism'.


SA's fibre race heats up

Telkom leads the FTTH race, according to new research, while other players continue aggressive suburban rollouts.


Saatchi acquires Memeburn publisher

The UK's M&C Saatchi buys Creative Spark, an independent South African digital agency.


Germany may force ISPs to block piracy sites

The country's highest court has said ISPs could be held responsible for blocking Web sites enabling illegal music downloads.


Thanksgiving shopper crowds stronger online

Shopper crowds flocking to US stores for Black Friday sales are more subdued this year, and stronger online.


Mitigating the risks of social engineering

'Make the attacker's life harder' should be the mantra for your company, says Jenny Radcliffe.


Big brands brave Periscope to reach millennials

While brands are well-versed in handling the comments that come with all social media, live streaming video is extra tricky.


Facebook expands paternal leave worldwide

The social network extends its paternity leave policy to all employees, allowing dads to take up to four months off.


Does your Web site have a pass mark?

Cape Town start-up aims to unify Web quality metrics.


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