It may be a shorter week because of Heritage Day, but that doesn’t mean a week without the africast.
In the news roundup this time around it’s the University of South Africa (Unisa), Oppo and Tesla. After making an emergency pivot to online exams earlier this year Unisa has announced that this form of testing will be the standard going forward. Oppo finally announces a launch in South Africa, and in the process details a handful of well priced devices for local phone users. Rounding things off, Tesla unveils its long-term plans for much better batteries thanks to some simple, yet innovative new techniques which we could see in EVs within the next five years.
Mentioned in this africast:
- Unisa’s online exams to become a permanent fixture
- Oppo officially launches in South Africa, starting with three affordable devices
- Tesla has big plans for its battery tech, but expect a long wait