Facebook has activated its Safety Check feature in the wake of a massive storm that has struck South Africa’s Western Cape province.
South Africans are set to receive a new opportunity to watch a new, seven-part drama series called Uk’shona Kwelanga unfold over WhatsApp.
Uber has announced a new integration with Snapchat that will see new filters available for commuters on their way to meet a friend or loved one.
SABC CEO James Aguma has informed Parliament that the Broadcasting Act should be changed to charge smartphone and PC owners a TV licence fee.
A new initiative, dubbed Internet for All – first launched at the World Economic Form – has landed in South Africa with the promise of connecting 22 million people.
The last physical Look & Listen store at the Hillfox Value Centre has shut down, marking an end of an era for the sale of physical media in South Africa.
Mastercard has unveiled its new Biometric cards, which use a customer’s fingerprint to authenticate purchases in lieu of a PIN.
Earlier this week, Google Maps erroneously listed the Gupta mansion in Saxonwold as an address for the South African Presidency.
FNB has updated its mobile banking app to include an augmented reality feature to help customers locate eBucks retail partners.
Local billionaire Wendy Appelbaum has launched a legal battle with Vodacom over what she has termed “force feed payments”, or out-of-bundle charges.