Intshisekelo yokulwa nesihlava sokuhlukumeza yenze basungula i-app elekelela abantu baphephe. Omunye wabo uxoxe noSLINDILE KHANYILE
UKUHLUKUMEZA abantu besifazane, izingane, abanebala elimhlophe nabathandana nabanobulili obufana nobabo ngezinye zezinselelo ezinkulu ezibhekene neNingizimu Afrika.
Over 15 of the very best coders, tech enthusiasts, students, startups and lesser-known app developers were recently recognised in the 11th Annual MTN Business App of
The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation has called on government to accelerate economic changes for the youth. The foundation commemorated the 46th anniversary of June 16 by hosting
On our technology feature this morning we take a look at a home-grown safety application aimed at tackling contact crime in South Africa.
For the last eight years, Sibusiso Mbhele and his team have been hard at work developing a revolutionary safety application in South Africa.
The ultimate safety app Eyerus is finally live and available for download on all major platforms.
Designed to provide users with personal safety and security services, the
Eyerus is an internationally patented automated algorithm mobile app, designed to provide users with personal safety and security services in the palm of their hands.
Introducing Eyerus: Home-grown, internationally patented gender-based violence response app As the country observes 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women and Children while reeling
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