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Jobs app Giraffe now in more SA cities

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 03 June 2016  -  520 Views  -  0 Comments
CAPE TOWN - South African employment start-up Giraffe launched operations in Cape Town and Durban on Thursday following its initial Gauteng launch. Since launch, the mobile platform has attracted 100 000 job seekers who have created a resumé using their mobile phones. Around 25 000 candidates have... Read Article

Facebook goes LIVE

Article  -  Posted on Thursday, 07 April 2016  -  547 Views  -  0 Comments
On Wednesday, Facebook Launched the Facebook Live for everyone - to make it easier to create, share and discover live videos. Live is like having a TV camera in your pocket. Anyone with a phone now has the power to broadcast to anyone in the world. When you interact live, you feel connected in a... Read Article

103 Free Staters get IT shot in India

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 05 February 2016  -  472 Views  -  0 Comments
Hyderabad - “The basic focus of Operation Hlasela is to embark on targeted interventions to achieve maximum impacts in line with the movement’s vision of the attainment of a National Democratic Society (NDS)”, Premier Ace Magashule. True to the aspirations of the Freedom Charter, which boldly... Read Article

Sun City is getting a massive R800 million facelift

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 05 February 2016  -  527 Views  -  0 Comments
Sun City has embarked on a massive R800 million rejuvenation project in 2016, which will see the resort’s hotels, entertainment zone and food courts revamped. The famous Valley of Waves will get two new slides, and will offer new food options – including a “microbrewery-themed gastro pub”. The... Read Article

Prizes improve lives of local beauty queens

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 05 February 2016  -  304 Views  -  0 Comments
Dihlabeng - Sponsors for Miss Dihlabeng 2015/2016 pull all stops to make the beauty pageant a memorable one by putting prizes that add value to the winners lives in a means of education. The sponsors involved in the beauty pageant most gave prizes that will see winners improving their education and... Read Article
Dj Hunter, Lindelani Mahlomola (16), BuhleKafile (10) Dj Qboy and Doctor Ndlovu(DjMageza) holding shoes donated to Nozala pupil. PHOTO DUMELANGMEDIA

Djs help get pupils on the right footing

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 22 January 2016  -  458 Views  -  0 Comments
Bloemfontein - About 26 pupils from Nozala Intermediate school in Phahameng kasi, went home smiling after receiving paird of brand new school shoes from Djs who have claimed to care about their community. Some of those Djs included, Dj Mageza, Dj Hunter and Dj Q boy. The handover of school shoes... Read Article

Healthy Living

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 22 January 2016  -  538 Views  -  0 Comments
As you prepare to send your children back to school, ask yourself, “What’s on the menu to fuel their active minds and bodies?” Eating a nutritious breakfast, lunch and snacks each day helps to keep your child healthy and ready to learn. Keep these back-to-school nutrition basics in mind to help... Read Article

R75 computer - A computer that costs only US$5, or less than R75? That's what the team behind the popular Raspberry Pi has just unveiled.

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 27 November 2015  -  778 Views  -  0 Comments
A computer that costs only US$5, or less than R75? That’s what the team behind the popular Raspberry Pi has just unveiled. The Raspberry Pi Zero, which goes on sale immediately (in limited quantities for now), has a 1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, microSD card slot, micro USB port for power and data... Read Article

The power and peril of Twitter revolutions

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 20 November 2015  -  636 Views  -  0 Comments
The power of social media was first witnessed in 2011 during the Egyptian uprising, and as a result the movement was nicknamed “The Twitter Revolution”. While the triggers of revolution were vast, no one doubts or questions the fact that social media played a major role. It united the youth of... Read Article

Offline YouTube launched in SA

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 20 November 2015  -  504 Views  -  0 Comments
Google announced on Wednesday that it’s introducing offline playback of YouTube in four new markets, namely South Africa, Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria. The feature allows users of the YouTube mobile app to watch videos later, during periods of low or no Internet connectivity. “For videos where this... Read Article

Fitness trainer strives to change lives

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 20 November 2015  -  875 Views  -  0 Comments
BLOEMFONTEIN - Fitness fanatic, Thulo Mahasa, is determined to make a difference in communities through health and fitness education. The 32-year-old fitness trainer born and breed in Kroonstad and said that his passion for fitness and healthy living has motivated him to teach others of a better... Read Article

Vodacom out performs listed rivals

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 13 November 2015  -  514 Views  -  0 Comments
Vodacom has performed far more consistently on the stock market than its two principal listed rivals, MTN and Telkom, generating a positive return for shareholders over not only the past 30 and 90 days, but also over a one-year and five-year period. The worst performer over all five periods has... Read Article

The best foods to eat before an exam

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 06 November 2015  -  832 Views  -  0 Comments
Some students may not consider the importance of eating the right foods before an exam session. Nevertheless, the brain requires quality nutrition to ensure optimum performance. Just as consistent study habits produce the best test results, the best way to ensure mental acuity is to eat a healthy... Read Article

iMac refresh advances retina revolution

Article  -  Posted on Saturday, 17 October 2015  -  1,011 View  -  0 Comments
Apple on Tuesday announced upgrades to its iMac line, including Retina displays and Intel sixth-gen Skylake processors. The company also reached deeper into its hat to pull out "magical" new peripherals. The entire 27-inch series of iMacs now come with the 5K Retina displays, while the 21.5 inch... Read Article

Senior citizens' protection issues comes to the fore

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 25 September 2015  -  691 Views  -  0 Comments
BLOEMFONTEIN - During a presentation on the elder person's burden of care and their protection at the Free State Legislature on Wednesday, various representatives of NGOs and forums that cater for the interest of senior citizens, lashed out on how abusers of the elderly do not get punished enough... Read Article

Mac vs Windows: which really is safer?

Article  -  Posted on Thursday, 13 August 2015  -  1,315 View  -  0 Comments
Mac OS X has long been perceived to be less susceptible to attack by viruses and other malware than Windows. Is that still the case today? During the 2000s, Apple ran a hugely successful advertising campaign for its line of Macintosh desktop computers. The ads poked fun at some of the perceived... Read Article

Cell C, Telkom beat rivals in contract deals

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 19 June 2015  -  9,910 Views  -  0 Comments
Telkom and Cell C offer the best-value contract packages for consumers, Tariffic’s latest quarterly tracker shows. The company’s second “Perfect Package Tracker” of 2015 measures the real effects of price and package changes in South Africa’s post-paid cellular market.  It does this by using... Read Article

‘Not enough tech companies helping the blind’

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 12 June 2015  -  1,017 View  -  0 Comments
APE TOWN – The Cape Town Society for the Blind said not enough technology companies are tapping into the disabled persons market. On Tuesday, the organisation launched an innovative kiosk designed to train visually impaired people to use the latest text-to-screen software available for smartphones... Read Article

SA among first markets to get Galaxy S6

Article  -  Posted on Sunday, 05 April 2015  -  1,016 View  -  0 Comments
South African consumers aren’t going to have to wait long to get their hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. South African consumers aren’t going to have to wait long for the new Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, unveiled at the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain... Read Article

Kill switches reduce smartphone theft

Article  -  Posted on Friday, 13 February 2015  -  785 Views  -  0 Comments
Kill switches that render stolen smartphones useless were credited on Wednesday with stifling robberies and thefts in London, New York City, and San Francisco. In London, the number of reports of smartphones being stolen from people dropped 40% in 2014, after kill switches were introduced there,... Read Article

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