The africast is still here, despite loadshedding and the government giving us little in return.
In this week’s africast we look at what may be at E3, and what we want to see.
This africast looks at the new terms of service that YouTube recently outlined, affecting South African content creators soon.
The world of good quality, well priced phones is a complex one. Let’s look at it in this africast.
This africast looks at people using lies to get their vaccines before everyone else, which sounds a lot like “it fell off of a truck”.
This edition of the africast looks at Twitter’s widening features.
In this africast we talk about the new normal of R1400 games.
This africast discusses an official Cape Town development that may house Amazon.
Facebook goofs again with half a billion users having their details exposed.
In this africast we finally talk about the mythical Justice League.
Sick of subscribing to a plethora of streaming services? So are we, so let’s talk in this week’s africast.
In this africast we talk to Registered Communication and Groenwald Lubbe Inc about sharing important documents digitally.
This africast looks at Anthem, Artifact and the weird trend of games that have been cancelled after a second wind.
Not the results you wanted? Worried about the job market? This africast looks at life after Matric.
This week’s africast discusses the final hurdle for the Matric exams and the odd request to Facebook from the DA.
The Galaxy S21, Little Nightmares II and Destruction AllStars are all in for review on this africast.
In this edition of the africast we talk about how a subreddit took GameStop to the moon ??.
The africast returns for some troubling talk of government versus corporation.