Samsung has revealed its new foldable phone that resembles a conventional cellphone, but it folds open like a book to reveal a small tablet of 18.5 cm.
South Korean electronics giant Samsung has lifted the lid on its new range of version 10 smartphones with promises of 5G connectivity and improved features.
Taking full advantage of developments is satirist Simon Lincoln Reader, who cuts through the PCness in his unique, and decidedly unPC, style.
Global business publications are giving prominence this morning to the Ramaphosa government’s $5bn Eskom bailout in yesterday’s Budget.
Eskom is a subject on which Mboweni doesn’t mince his words. More than a decade ago when the first loadshedding happened, he was among the most outspoken critics.
To emphasise the biblical theme of a lean year, Mboweni drew three times from the Old Testament, further illustrating the change since his October mini budget.
On Twitter last night anti-establishment politician Bernie Saunders announced his candidacy to become American President in 2020.
Sandy McGregor shares a broad-brushtrokes plan on how Ramaphosa can boost business development and, in so doing, fire up economic growth and reduce poverty.
More than a century after 48,000 people died in concentration camps in what’s known as the Anglo-Boer War, the events of that period are back in the headlines.
The Mozambique government has belatedly moved against those involved in the $2bn Tuna Bond corruption, ordering a series of high-profile arrests this week.