Month: April 2014

Recession Growth in South Africa

Economist Cees Bruggemans says that South African business and customer trust remains poor, playing with recessionary domain.


The power demand is weakening for overwhelming industry. Strike movement hamstrings mining yield. Solid buyer merchandise (autos, furniture, machines) are encountering falling deals volumes.

Site Activity Blast in South Africa

The most recent two years have seen a 68% expansion in nearby site activity, and a huge 274% development in versatile site movement.


Successful Measure discharged new detail identified with the South African online business sector, which demonstrated huge development in neighborhood site movement.

Accelerating the Future

The method for Africa’s future technology where Internet is boundless and costs are much lower.


Africa has an exceptional open door to make the move to IP information more rapidly than different main lands. Utilizing IP information will help diminish expenses and could transform a portion of the least expensive information conveyance on the planet. Russell Southwood investigates how Governments and controllers could make the right conditions to help realize this.

Affordable Wireless Broadband Venture up and Running: Microsoft

A joint broadband extend in Limpopo utilizing TV white spaces engineering is up and running, as stated by Microsoft SA chief


The pilot undertaking to take off moderate wireless broadband to schools around the University of Limpopo is up and running, Microsoft SA supervisor Mteto Nyati has told Mybroadband.

South Africa’s Electricity Crisis? What Crisis?

Most South Africans are burdened by force interference sooner or later, and may accept that there is an emergency in the supply of power.

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Most South Africans are burdened by force interference sooner or later, and may accept that there is an emergency in the supply of power, yet are unsure what brought on it, where it is, or what is possible about it.

The Good and Bad News on Information Technology Jobs in South Africa

CareerJunction has released its most recent CareerJunction Index (CJI) report, which indicates that the IT industry keeps on showing solid development in the development of employment demand.


The CareerJunction Index (CJI) utilizes information accumulated from the CareerJunction site to speak to online work dynamics in South Africa.

Broadcasting Policy in the Concern for South Africa

Representative for the division of communications, Siya Qoza, has said that the choice to utilize scrambled set-top encloses South Africa won’t sideline local black business – as asserted by Namec and has censured the business group of adjusting itself to the pay TV “restraining infrastructure” that is Multichoice.


Qoza publicized his perspectives in an assessment piece in today’s (20 April 2014) Sunday Times, where he questioned cases made my Namec’s Keith Thabo and Vijay Panday that supporters – including more modest group telecasters – might be compelled to utilize the set-top box control system.

South African Students Put R6.1 Billion into Technology

South African students are using more than ordinary people, forking out a normal of R3,768 every month – with a coalesced yearly use of R6.1 billion going towards technology and devices.


This is as stated by Student Village’s yearly Student Spend overview, which is dependent upon reactions from 3,646 learners, matured 18-24, crosswise over South Africa’s tertiary foundation.