HMD Global has officially announced that the Nokia 3 is now available in South Africa, marking the return of the famous brand to local shores.
South Africans are set to receive a new opportunity to watch a new, seven-part drama series called Uk’shona Kwelanga unfold over WhatsApp.
SABC CEO James Aguma has informed Parliament that the Broadcasting Act should be changed to charge smartphone and PC owners a TV licence fee.
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.
Local billionaire Wendy Appelbaum has launched a legal battle with Vodacom over what she has termed “force feed payments”, or out-of-bundle charges.
Arrive Alive has published a new series of time-lapse videos which, through data garnered from Tom Tom, shows off South Africa’s traffic congestion.
President Jacob Zuma assured that the cost of mobile data was on government’s agenda, but failed to elaborate on what efforts would be made during his 2017 State of the Nation address.
Project Isizwe has announced that Wi-Fi hotspots will be introduced around Parliament for journalists and guests attending the State of the Nation Address.
Nintendo’s Switch console will hit shelves worldwide on March 3rd, while local distributor Core Group has announced the device will available in South Africa on launch.
In a new blog post, Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates weighed in on Africa and shared that Rhythm City is his favourite soapie.