YouTube Begins Purging Alternative Media as the Deep State Marches Toward WW3

Original article on | 23 November 2017 | by Matt Agorist If you get your news from mostly far left sources, chances are you’ve heard YouTube and Google are censoring or blacklisting left and progressive sites and content. Conversely, if you get your news from far right sources, chances are you’ve heard YouTube and Google […]

Power of e-learning for renewable energy sector – Study

Original  article on |28 March 2017| by Munyaradzi Makoni At a time when distance education and e-learning are becoming increasingly popular and accessible, there remains insufficient awareness around the use of educational technologies in the field of renewable energy and its benefits in African higher education, according to a recent study. Although there are a […]

South Africa leading in adoption of online learning

Original article on | 13 Maarch 2017 | Jens Ischebeck High speed internet, the proliferation of smart devices and ubiquitous computing has impacted the landscape of all known ways of human life today. Every year sees the computing power and speed of devices double as predicted by an electronic engineer called Moore. In light of […]


7 March 2017| Provided by  Kay Vitee In an increasingly digital world where transacting, communicating and access to information is literally a click away, organisations continue to prioritise investment in maintaining a strong online presence as a key driver of market awareness and brand differentiation.   Kay Vittee, CEO of Kelly – South Africa’s first recruitment […]

Facebook marks Safer Internet Day

Original article on | 7 February 2017 | by TintswaloBaloyi IN line with Safer Internet Day on Tuesday, Facebook has launched a series of initiatives to help make the Internet a safer and better place for people across Africa, especially children and the youth. Facebook is partnering with public sector agencies and non-governmental organisations from […]

A balanced ‘online parenting’ strategy is essential

Original article on | 10 January 201| by Cara Le Mottee Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and internet use have increasingly become an integral part of today’s society, resulting in people spending an ever increasing amount of time online, and South Africa is no exception. New communication tools have become central to the way young people […]

What’s eating your phone data and how to stop it

Original article on |1 October 2016 | byArde To contain your data costs, you can control your smartphone use, but the “smarter” your smartphone, the more likely you will spend more time online and consume more data than someone with a phone that is not as sophisticated as yours.MTN says consumers who are puzzled […]

South African online shops on credit card skimming list

Original article on |19 October 2016 | by staff writer Hackers have installed credit card skimming scripts on thousands of online stores, including numerous South African stores. An investigation by Dutch developer Willem de Groot revealed that thousands of online stores, including numerous South African websites, have been compromised and are stealing users’ credit card […]

How cyber crooks target their victims

Original article on Young and older people display different behaviours that make them targets for cyber criminals who are intent on stealing money from their bank accounts, says an expert. While banks have increased security for online platforms, cyber criminals have turned to customers as easy marks for theft. “Young people may be more […]

This is what 11 hours a day in front of a screen is doing to your eyes

Original article on |12October 2016 |By Roy Hessel, Your mom warned you sitting too close to the TV wasn’t a good idea. It turns out she wasn’t entirely off the mark, says Roy Hessel, president and CEO of Clearly and Coastal. “Digital eye strain” is now a real condition, defined as the physical eye discomfort […]