The battle to remove Gordhan and ultimately President Cyril Ramaphosa from office is in full swing, writes Adriaan Basson.
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Small and medium sized local commercial businesses play a vital role in the SA economy and a new report tries to establish what makes consumers big fans of the companies they love. Is your favourite among them?
Bulls coach John Mitchell and team members, along with leading SA technology expert Arthur Goldstuck, will help track and collar African wild dogs in the Kruger National Park.
The joint effort of South Africans to shut down Gupta-linked websites and social media platforms signals a strong community focus, says internet expert Arthur Goldstuck.
Disruption is not something new, but what is new today is that everything is connected, says tech writer Arthur Goldstuck of World Wide Worx.
The concept of a smart city is a grand vision of an urban future, seemingly unattainable in South Africa, but the dots are beginning to be joined, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
When Facebook announced earlier this year that it would end support for WhatsApp on BlackBerry phones, it looked like a death warrant. But the company plans to fight for its users.
Last week Apple went back to its old future, with a 4” iPhone that looks like a 5s but with 6s insides. Confused? So is Apple, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Government's thinking around broadband is the ultimate factor that holds back South Africa's internet hopes, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Sometimes, gadgetry doesn’t have to be cool or sexy – or expensive – to be must-haves, writes local tech expert Arthur Goldstuck.
The way all devices are becoming networked, referred to as the internet of things, is about to take a leap forward, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Vodacom's share price slumped by 7% on Thursday after a trading update showed the group's SA service revenue had declined 0.9% to R13.9bn in the quarter ended December 31.
Local technology analyst Arthur Goldstuck explains whether WhatsApp's move to increase the minimum age for users in Europe could impact local users as well.
By 2050 African countries will have the youngest populations in the world with the world’s second largest population, which experts believe highlight the need for innovation and business support.
This week, Groupon SA announced the closure of its business after the world’s biggest group-buying and deals website announced a loss of $35.8m and that it’s exiting 12 countries.
The battle over South Africa’s wireless broadband spectrum auction highlights significant government policy missteps.
It’s like drug abuse, with similar implications for effectiveness, but the battle to triumph over email chaos can be won, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
Exploding use of video-on-demand and fibre-to-the-home in South Africa means pricing models for data will have to change, writes Arthur Goldstuck.
At least three top independent technology experts have resigned from a national broadband council amid allegations of insufficient guidance from government.
Gadgetry is synonymous with bells and whistles, but sometimes it’s the personal approach that stands out, writes local technology expert Arthur Goldstuck.
Analysts say more senior executives at mobile network MTN may have to face the music after the resignation of its group chief executive officer Sifiso Dabengwa.
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