Is battle of mobile takeaway apps hotting up?

Is battle of mobile takeaway apps hotting up?

  I published a post in January this year, where I compared Mr Delivery and Appetite takeaway food online solutions. My key finding was that Mr Delivery, arguably the pioneer of takeaway food delivery market in South Africa, did not have a mobile app. This post is a follow-up, given the summer holiday season when restaurant…

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Analysis of #onlinementions of #SouthAfrica’s top 3 Twitterers shows interesting gender skews

The Times recently published a report on South Africa's top 10 Twitterers  by followers. Since we have been tracking online mentions of the country's top 20 Twitterers for over a month now, our curiosity was pricked by the top 3, all of whom have multiple citizenships.   Here are South Africa's top 3 Twitterers as at 23:00,…

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Nigeria’s large economic size is good for Africa

As part of #AfricaCelebrating series, I am writing this piece to express shock at the negative reaction of some South Africans to the news that Nigeria is now officially the biggest economy in Africa. This is news to celebrate by all of South Africa and the continent at large, and not something to frown upon.…

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The #Internet is the best thing for Africa since bread

idea for this post was conceived in September 2011, the first time Bra Willy visited Kenya and fell hopelessly in love with it because of the can-do spirit of its citizens, as exemplified by strides made in the digital technology sphere. As many of us who work in the digital space now know, there have…

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Digital Media: Why Mandela will live on forever

Nelson Mandela is a true icon in the hearts of not only South Africans but the hearts of people all over the world. He has inspired billions of people and his name is probably the biggest brand in the world. As big as the Mandela brand is, preserving it is key for future generations to…

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His last walk…#NelsonMandela

Our Monday meeting with the digital minds of eNitiate had to start by reflecting and asking ourselves what we are doing to honour what #NelsonMandela stood for.Not usually how we start our  usual meetings but it was only right that we do so.With humbling thoughts  flooding,the realisation of what an impact this man had on…

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