Gauteng education reduces number of unplaced learners
The provincial education department finalises the majority of placements for grade one and eight applicants whose parents submitted online applications.
China's president calls for global co-operation to create 'fairer' Internet
China and Xi Jinping have pushed for a bigger role in global Internet governance and called on nations to respect Beijing's 'cyber sovereignty'.
Facebook referred to EU watchdog over targeting, fake ads
Britain's information watchdog has asked Facebook's lead European regulator to investigate how the company targets, monitors and shows adverts to users.
TFG consolidates 22 brands on one shopping platform
The myTFGworld.com site, which launches tomorrow, aims to give shoppers access to 40 affiliate brands.
Sub-Saharan Africa's broadband price rip-off uncovered
Countries in sub-Saharan Africa have the most expensive broadband prices in the world, a study reveals.
Facebook blocks 115 accounts on eve of US election
The social network blocked user accounts after receiving a tip-off from US authorities about suspicious behaviour that may be linked to a foreign entity.
US Supreme Court ends fight over Obama-era net neutrality rules
The Trump administration and the telecoms industry wanted to erase the 2016 ruling about equal access to content on the Internet.