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President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a R500 Billion stimulus package that will go towards protecting the economy from assisting enterprises with paying employees and payments of suppliers as well as other crucial parts of the economy such as paying out grants, protecting Jobs among others. Also Read: Eskom to implement load-shedding soon after Lockdown for […]
  1. Government
South Africa has tabled a proposal meant to fight Piracy also known as copyright infringement online by placing the responsibility on Internet Service Providers (ISPs). According to a draft white paper published on the 9th of October 2020 by Minister of Communications and Digital Technologies Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams on 9 October in the Government Gazette, the […]
  1. Science
The Minister of Health Dr. Zweli Mkhize has released the latest Covid-19 numbers showing an increase in new cases by more than 6,000 cases from 38,075 new tests done. This means South Africa has overtaken China in COVID-19 infections which has 83,500 confirmed coronavirus cases. China implemented a strict lockdown in the region and infections […]
  1. Government
President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced that restrictions in place under level 3 of the national lockdown will be lifted to allow the reopening of more industries. Speaking at a media briefing on Wednesday 17 June, Ramaphosa said that following consultation with scientists and provincial governments, the cabinet has decided to ease restrictions on a number […]
  1. eCommerce
Every type of product can now be transacted through e-commerce platforms with the exception of the obvious widely talked about products – Tobacco and Alcohol. The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition published new regulations today which would allow e-commerce stores to return to normalcy after President Ramaphosa made an announcement on Thursday where he […]
  1. Government
  2. Science
Dlamini-Zuma announced on Wednesday that the National Command Council (NCC) had changed its mind on allowing the sale of cigarettes during the coronavirus outbreak, due to health reasons. This was an about-turn on President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement that the easing of the lockdown on Friday 1 May meant that cigarettes and tobacco products would go […]
  1. Business
  2. Government
A petition to lift the ban on cigarette sales in South Africa has received over 400,000 signatures from people who feel their rights are being infringed upon. The online petition states that “as law abiding citizens our rights have been taken away under the pretext of the pandemic”. It gained momentum after Minister of Cooperative Governance […]
  1. Government
President Cyril Ramaphosa has stated the country’s COVID-19 lockdown will be eased off from the end of the month. Addressing the nation this evening, Ramaphosa said a nationwide lockdown cannot be sustained indefinitely – even though it does stop the spread of COVID-19. He said the economy will be opened from 30 April, with a […]

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Vodacom has lost its operating Licence in Lesotho after the Communications Authority wrote to the Telecoms company that it had revoked its, “unified license”. According to the Lesotho Communications Authority, the decision to invoke Vodacom’s license was taken because Vodacom failed to pay a fine equivalent to R134 million for allegedly breaching legislation governing companies […]
In most cases, if not all, Artificial Intelligence systems learn through training so that they remember their core functions when used in the real world. In the case of facial recognition technology, an algorithm trained with, let us say 10,000 random faces of one color results in bias. I recently came across a tweet that […]

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Vodacom has lost its operating Licence in Lesotho after the Communications Authority wrote to the Telecoms company that it had revoked its, “unified license”. According to the Lesotho Communications Authority, the decision to invoke Vodacom’s license was taken because Vodacom failed to pay a fine equivalent to R134 million for allegedly breaching legislation governing companies […]
In most cases, if not all, Artificial Intelligence systems learn through training so that they remember their core functions when used in the real world. In the case of facial recognition technology, an algorithm trained with, let us say 10,000 random faces of one color results in bias. I recently came across a tweet that […]
Thousands of Capitec account holders woke up to different deductions from their accounts with most of them being labeled as purchases made a few hours after midnight at mostly Shoprite stores. Nedbank has confirmed that the transactions affecting numerous Capitec account holders were a result of a technical error involving its processing of card transactions which […]

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Vodacom has lost its operating Licence in Lesotho after the Communications Authority wrote to the Telecoms company that it had revoked its, “unified license”. According to the Lesotho Communications Authority, the decision to invoke Vodacom’s license was taken because Vodacom failed to pay a fine equivalent to R134 million for allegedly breaching legislation governing companies […]
When Money Destroys Nations is a book authored by a guy named Philip Haslam who believes Zimbabwe urgently needs a decentralized currency system to solve the severe problems in its money and banking system. ZIMBOCASH is free to join Zimbabwean cryptocurrency and only available to Zimbabwean residents and Zimbabweans in the diaspora who have a […]

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