Technology and its impact on finance

Technology is an ever-changing thing, and it improves each day and year alike. Not even a deaf man needs a voice prompt to hear, neither does the blind man need a braille to read that technology has taken over our lives. We eat, live and breathe technology every second of our existence (believe it or…

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Social Analytics: #SONA2016 vs #ZumaMustFall

We have been conducting online analytics on the current South African President's Annual State of the Nation Address (#SONA2016) for many years now. Today was no different. Except, there was a rather juicy twist, as shown in the Storified tweets here below. <span class="mceItemHidden" data-mce-bogus="1"><span></span>&lt;span class="mceItemHidden" data-mce-bogus="1"&gt;&lt;span&gt;&lt;/span&gt;[&amp;lt;a href="//storify.com/The_eNitiaters/&lt;span class="mceItemHidden" data-mce-bogus="1"&gt;&lt;span class="hiddenSpellError" pre="" data-mce-bogus="1"&gt;social-analytics-sona2016-vs-zumamustfall&lt;/span&gt;&lt;/span&gt;" target="_blank"&amp;gt;View the…

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Social Media – Voice Of the new age

Social media has formed an enormous part of our culture. We use it to communicate with people about anything; updating a status on Facebook, tweeting with little characters or posting a picture of dinner for two on Instagram. We constantly share our experiences with the people, including our opinions on social issues. Campaigns and protests have…

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Growing democratic election momentum is good for Africa

About elections in Africa Elections are important for Africa, because they [elections] are a sign of growing democracy that increasingly has citizens at its heart. Equally important for all Africans who do business in our space, strong democracy is an ingredient of a ripening environment for the prospective success of digital technology solutions.     Elections in Africa: 2014,…

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Johannesbourg: activité constante sur les réseaux sociaux cet été

Les vacances sont terminées et les embouteillages sont de retour à Joburg (aka Johannesbourg). Il faudra encore attendre 12 mois avant les prochaines vacances, pour que les routes soient degagées et que les centres commerciaux et lieux d'intérêts publics soient plus calmes. Pourquoi Johannesbourg est-elle si calme en Décembre ? Parce que la plupart des chemins…

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Joburg’s social traffic was active in Summer

The holidays are over, and the unbearable traffic jams are back in Joburg (aka Johannesburg). It will be another 12 months before another holiday season, when there are fewer cars on the city's roads, and shopping malls and places of interest are quieter. Why is Joburg peaceful during December? It's because most roads lead to the…

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