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4:30
Yesterday

Mustek locks down Midrand HQ as workers strike

Deliveries and collections at the ICT distributor halted after the strike escalated when vehicles leaving or entering the premises were targeted.

4:30

Citizens reject 'Internet Censorship Act’, threaten court action

A public campaign on the draft Films and Publications Amendment Regulations attracts nearly 14 000 comments, with the majority rejecting it with contempt.

5:00

Competition watchdog moves to redress SA’s ‘digital deficits’

The need for digital economy regulation is now all the more urgent, as COVID-19 moves more services online, says the Competition Commission.

2:00
Monday

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.

1:10

Cloud Essentials presents live event

The Microsoft Teams live event will take place on 29 September from 3pm-4pm.

3:20

Free legal advice at the touch of an app

The Molao365 app aims to provide South Africans with much-need legal advice from qualified and experienced lawyers.

5:30

Crypto exchange AltCoinTrader drags ‘bullying’ Absa to court

The local crypto-currency exchange takes the big four bank to court for allegedly putting pressure on Zapper to close the exchange’s account.

3:10
11 Sep

Vumacam accuses JRA of ignoring CCTV court order

The agency was required to issue Vumacam with a decision on its wayleave applications within seven days of the order, which lapsed on 31 August.

4:30

Internet at risk of becoming ‘Splinternet’

The Internet Society unveils a toolkit to ensure trends in regulatory and technical proposals don’t harm the unique architecture of the Internet.

3:30
10 Sep

How the cannabis laws impact your business

Cabinet recently approved the submission to Parliament of the Cannabis for Private Purposes Bill of 2020.

3:10

Is it legal to monitor staff working from home?

Reputable software like ERS Watchdog will not cross privacy lines and warns employees before they activate a program that might be considered unproductive.

3:10

MTN takes Ghanaian regulator to Supreme Court

The operator launches another bid seeking a review of the National Communications Authority’s decision to designate it as a significant market power.