Accommodation in South Africa

There has been some big updates going on at StaySA in the past few months. StaySA – South Africa’s Accommodation Solution – has completely redesigned their websites and relaunched all of their accommodation websites. If you are looking for South African Accommodation then please check out the new www.staysa.co.za websites. Also, earlier in the year […]

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Media Censorship in South Africa

The current Film and Publications Act regulates films and publications other than the news media by censorship and classification measures which determine the age groups precluded from viewing certain films and which publications should be prohibited or how they should be displayed in stores. A clause in that Act exempted the media from its provisions […]

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The Great South African Bandwidth Swindle

The Free Bandwidth Campaign website states that South Afrian’s monthly bandwidth allocation is not supposed to include local traffic? “According to regulations promulgated in terms of the Electronic Communications Act of 2005, all local bandwidth must be provided free to ADSL users. “The local bandwidth regulation was gazetted as Notice 1112 of 2006, and clearly […]

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My TyTN is wobbly

My Motorolla MPX200 died on me recently so I’ve been on the lookout for a new Windows Mobile based phone. I finally decided to go for the HTC TyTN which I picked up yesterday afternoon. So far I’m pretty pleased with one exception. Leaf, who if I understand correctly are the South African importers of […]

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