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New speakers announced for South African Social Media Landscape 2020

The updated speaker list for Ornico's South African Social Media Landscape 2020 launch features a much more diverse group of South Africans.

Education, income widen SA internet access gap

Among adult South Africans earning more than R30 000 a month, internet penetration is at 82.4%, on a par with overall penetration in many industrialised countries.

DA leader says Russian nukes could be behind Gordhan summons

Plus, why Eskom's figures on renewable energy just don't add up.

One in four South Africans now on Facebook

Casper Nyovest, Latest Sightings and Die Antwoord are SA's social media superstars.

More than half of SA corporates have no plan to deal with online data...

Shocking level of ignorance about online security from SA's biggest businesses.

For first time ever, online shopping will cross 1% of retail sector

It has more to do about the psychology of shopping than the actual monetary value of online purchases.

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Be a good guy, as one VIP ticket equals one sponsored ticket for a techie/geek in need.

Government “under heavy pressure” from networks over WhatsApp

The speed at which the government has managed to organise a hearing is worrying.

Insufficient guidance from gov’t sees three broadband council members resign

The National Broadband Advisory Council is on rocky ground as three key members call it quits.

These are the most downloaded and fastest growing apps in SA

Instagram almost tripled its South African user base in the last year, while the other big players made good gains of their own.

Mobile payment apps help boost South African QR code users to over 2 million

South Africans may shun M-PESA, but homegrown mobile payments are popular.

BlackBerry ownership in Africa expected to rise threefold

Survey of five of Africa's largest economies says that 40% of continental population now access the internet from their phones.

More SA students use feature phones than Windows and iOS mobiles

Research also shows Android, WhatsApp and Facebook rising in popularity with local students, leaving Mxit and BlackBerry behind.