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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 […]
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The Finance Minister Tito Mboweni forwarded a letter to National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise requesting a week’s delay of the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS). Although an answer was still being waited for until today Thursday 15th of October 2020. The Parliament has approved Finance Minister Tito Mboweni’s request to postpone the Mid-Term budget review […]
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Harare – Zimbabwe, a Southern African country bordering South Africa from the South has faced a myriad of problems since gaining its independence in 1980 from Britain and it’s of no wild guess where those problems came from, what they are and their effects on citizens. Over the years spanning before former president Robert Mugabe […]
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The North Gauteng yesterday dismissed a court application submitted by the Fair-Trade Independent Tobacco Association against the court’s previous ruling on the tobacco ban. The association previously made an appeal on 26 June 2020 which argued that the country’s ban on the sale of cigarettes was irrational. The appeal was dismissed. FITA’s chairman Sinenhlanhla Mnguni […]
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In an effort to eliminate the risk of criminals exploiting the COVID-19 Temporary Employee Relief Scheme, the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) has introduced new stringent controls to verify banking details of recipients. This comes after the Fund was in recent weeks exposed to opportunistic elements. Due to the introduction of the new safety and security […]
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Hey, I am glad you are here. Can you please support us by liking our Facebook page HERE South Africa’s Department of Basic Education (DBE) has announced that not all learners will return to school on Monday 6 July. According to the announcement, the new developments affect all grades except R, 6, and 11 learners who […]
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Hey, I am glad you are here. Can you please support us by liking our Facebook page HERE The Unemployment insurance Fund (UIF) for June has remained closed temporarily due to technical issues being faced by the Employer/Employee Relief Scheme (TERS) relief fund applications according to Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) Commissioner Teboho Maruping. The Commissioner said […]
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While the latest unemployment data shows the country worse off than at the end of 2019, things are expected to get much worse. Stats SA has published its latest Quarterly Labour Force Survey for the three months to March 2020, revealing that the country’s unemployment rate rose in the first quarter of the year. According […]

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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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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 […]
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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