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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 […]
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Serena Williams’ husband Alexis Ohanian — the co-founder of Reddit — resigned from Reddit’s board of directors today. He announced the move in a tweet, urging the company to hire a black candidate in his stead and promising his future gains on Reddit stock to serve the black community. The move comes just two days […]
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On Monday, the company’s chief executive Elon Musk tweeted that production had restarted and he would be “on the line with everyone else”. US states and local governments are trying to determine the best way to open up after lockdown. Mr Musk previously vowed to move the firm’s headquarters out of California if the plant was not […]
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DisChem, one of South Africa’s leading pharmaceutical companies has been charged by The Competition Commission for inflating prices of essential products such as surgical masks. According to the competition commission, an investigation was launched because of several complaints received from the public against stores owned by DisChem pharmacies for engaging in excessive pricing of face […]
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Facebook, the world’s largest social media company by market capitalisation and user numbers is spending billions of dollars in India’s largest mobile operator which is owned by Asia’s richest man. The deal which was announced Wednesday would see Facebook spending $5.7 Billion for a 9.99% stake in Jio Platforms, the digital technology arm of Indian […]
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South Africa cannot afford to close the economy in the draconian way the government has done so as part of its national lockdown measures. This is the view of economist Mike Schussler, who was presenting on the impact of COVID-19 on pensions and the South African economy. Schussler said the local economy was already in […]
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Apple is the developer of iOS. Google is the company behind Android. The two operating systems power the vast majority of smartphones in use. Some countries – including Singapore, Israel, South Korea and Poland – are already using people’s handsets to issue coronavirus contagion alerts. The two companies believe their approach – designed to keep […]
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This is according to Rapport, which cited a report by Boston Consulting Group (BCG). It said new infections in South Africa will only peak in the beginning of June. The report said restrictions will only be lifted somewhere between the end of June and the end of August as a result. The newspaper also highlighted that […]
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Zimbabwean businessman and Philanthropist, Strive Masiyiwa has offered renewed support for the country’s health-care workers days after services were cut back because of a lack of protective equipment to deal with the coronavirus in the country. The assistance includes protective clothing, cash, life and health insurance and transport for nurses and doctors, according to a […]
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MultiChoice has made provisions to pay salaries of production crews who are unable to work during the COVID-19 coronavirus lockdown. Production of television shows and movies have come to a standstill due to the lockdown. “Given MultiChoice Group’s position in Africa’s video entertainment sector, the group is acutely aware of the challenges their partners in […]

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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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