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Sony 3D Experience Pavilions Opening In SA PDF Print E-mail
During the 2010 FIFA World Cup, highlights of 25 soccer matches and other entertainment content such as games, movies and music from the Sony Group will be shown in 3D at various “Sony 3D experience” pavilions in South Africa and around the world.
 
Japan makes technological bid to host 2022 World Cup PDF Print E-mail

Japan2022 While most football fans are focused on the 2010 FIFA World Cup set to kick off here in South Africa in just 20 days, the Japanese are already using their technologically advanced savvy in a bid to host the 2022 World Cup.

 
Dell RoadShow accentuates importance of channel participation PDF Print E-mail
The recent Dell Product Roadshow, hosted by official African distributor Drive Control Corporation (DCC) at its offices in Johannesburg, reconfirmed the vendor's commitment to both product innovation and South African channel support.  
 
LG & Lotus Racing partner in F1 PDF Print E-mail
LG Electronics has partnered with the Lotus Racing team, who will be competing for the first time in the FIA Formula One World Championship.
 
Q&A: Eran Eyal PDF Print E-mail

QA_Eran_Eyal If you consider yourself both cool and an avid web browser, then chances are that you have been on Springleap.com before.

Digital Life asks co-founder Eran Eyal a few questions to determine just how cool he really is.

 
Home Affairs fights child porn PDF Print E-mail
The department grants R15 million to fight child porn ahead of the World Cup.
The Internet may be responsible for opening up the world and making access to information easy, but it is a double-edged sword. Along with the freedom of information, a darker side exists, bringing with it crimes such as child pornography.

This is according to deputy home affairs minister Malusi Gigaba, speaking during his department`s budget vote speech last week.

 
SA heading for dot-com boom PDF Print E-mail
Naledi Pandor
The recent broadband wars will drive SA to success, says science and technology minister Naledi Pandor. A local broadband war, which has reduced the cost of Internet access for South Africans, will “drive SA into a dot-com boom”.

Opening the Technology Top 100 Awards ceremony last night, science and technology minister Naledi Pandor explained that, while SA is “by no means a technology colony”, the broadband war will play a large part in bringing SA into global innovation.

 
Twisp e-cigarettes to be sold at Clicks PDF Print E-mail

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South African e-cigarette distributor Twist today announced that starter kits and refills will be available at selected Clicks Megastores as from 1 May 2010.

Twisp South Africa started importing their branded electronic cigarette four years ago from Dutch company Janty, who manufactures the personalised vaporisers. 

 
Blog to save ballet company and win PDF Print E-mail

Save the CTCB The cash-strapped Cape Town City Ballet (CTCB) has launched an online campaign, offering prizes to financial donors and to bloggers who would help to spread the word about the dance company’s predicament and solicit donations.

The CTCB is Cape Town’s only professional classical ballet company and one of only two in South Africa. The company has been facing mounting financial woes following a cut in government funding and flailing ticket sales.

 


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