Twitter lambasted for lax security after ‘embarrassing’ hack
African social media platform takes on Facebook, YouTube
African-focused social media platform Bebuzee is working on expanding its content offerings after garnering 16 million users across the continent.
Ndabeni-Abrahams denies flouting procurement processes
Communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams refutes media claims that she and members of her family have interfered in the procurement processes at the post office.
Comms minister Ndabeni-Abrahams’s WhatsApp account hacked
The minister's WhatsApp account has been hacked, resulting in private and confidential information being in the hands of a third-party.
Chatbot frustration leads to consumers opting for human interaction
The human element remains critical to resolving queries, with most locals preferring to communicate to a contact centre agent rather than a chatbot.
Cricket SA social media debacle worries Institute of Directors
Companies have to create social media-savvy boards, set ground rules and offer training for responsible use of social platforms, says the Institute of Directors in SA.
TikTok picks Oracle to provide ‘secure’ cloud tech
As a part of this agreement, the video-sharing app will run on the Oracle Cloud and Oracle will become a minority investor in TikTok Global.
TikTok snubs Microsoft deal amid growing interest from Oracle
ByteDance, the video-sharing app’s parent, has told the software giant that it will not be selling TikTok’s US operations to Microsoft.
‘Old-school’ approach to digital behind Clicks advert disaster
A constantly reviewed social media policy that informs third-party content analysis can help firms avoid a digital misstep similar to that of Clicks.
Basic education dept provides teacher-support via WhatsApp
The Department of Basic Education rolls out a WhatsApp-enabled mentorship tool, TeacherConnect, for the teaching community.