Tag: south-africa

Telkom launches e-Education

webmaster /August 30, 2016

Telecommunications services provider Telkom has launched e-Education, a value-added service to broadband and mobile customers providing access to free online education content using Telkom data. The service, provided by Extramarks, covers English, Life Science, Physical Science, Natural Science and Maths from Grade R to matric, and is structured into multimedia-rich ‘Learn’, ‘Practice’ and ‘Test’ modules. Continue Reading →

To Wonder how things will compare online in 2016.

webmaster /February 27, 2016

– Facebook is the top high-tech service platform in South Africa that has equal take-up male to female. – findings, announced in September, showed Facebook the most popular social network, followed by YouTube and Twitter. The study excludes instant messaging services.

Download 5th edition of World Internet Project

webmaster /December 22, 2013

The Center for the Digital Future at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism has released the fifth report of the World Internet Project. To download the report of the World Internet Project, click here. This year’s report, a global partnership of research institutions that compiles data on the behavior and views of Internet Continue Reading →

10 Tips for helping our Matric Students

Ramon Thomas /October 10, 2013

As more than half a million matrics in South Africa begin their exams soon, the hopes and dreams of our country rest on their shoulders. This is a huge responsibility for many teens who hope to succeed, despite tremendous adversity. Knowing they are not alone and having every South African rooting for them will help Continue Reading →

Facebook leads South African social media up

webmaster /September 11, 2013

Johannesburg:- Facebook has become the biggest social network in South Africa, seeing its strongest growth yet in the past year – and overtaking Mxit for the first time. This was one of the key findings of the SA Social Media Landscape 2014 research study, released today by World Wide Worx and Fuseware. The study showed Continue Reading →

SA school violence inbred: study

webmaster /May 6, 2013

Security fences and metal detectors will not end violence in schools because such violence is often inbred, a study on the issue revealed on Wednesday. “Schools in some provinces are putting up security fences and security lighting… to try and stop people from coming into schools… It is not going to be enough,” executive director Continue Reading →

Broadband for all in SA: Cisco to help

webmaster /March 28, 2013

Cisco is stepping up to help to bring broadband to all South Africans, with a strong focus on rural communities A public-private partnership is the only way to ensure that all South Africans will get access to broadband by 2020, as envisaged by theDepartment of Communications. This is according to Alpheus Mangale, Managing Director of CiscoSouth Africa. Continue Reading →