What South Africans searched for online on election day
South Africans turned to Google for voting information, while photo-sharing apps like Instagram were used to showcase their marks in the sixth democratic election.
DTPS spends big bucks on high-level salaries
The telecoms ministry's senior staff members take home more than R1 million each per annum.
Scant data protection leaves African surfers exposed
More than half of Africa's 54 countries have no data protection or privacy laws, and of the 14 countries that do, nine have no regulators to enforce them.
Mokonyane's poor performance doesn't bode well for DOC
Nomvula Mokonyane's sketchy track record doesn't inspire confidence she will turn things around at crisis-hit communications entities.
SASSA again needs rescue from self-engineered crisis
The social security agency once again looks to the ConCourt, as it requests an extension of the suspension of invalidity of the Cash Paymaster Services contract.