Internet in South Africa
The Internet in South Africa, one of the most technologically-resourced countries on the African continent, is expanding. The Internet country code top-level domain (CcLD) .za was granted to South Afr...
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Adzuna
Adzuna is a classified ads metasearch or vertical search engine based in the United Kingdom that operates websites in 11 countries. The website aggregates job, property and car ads from several hundre...
Independent Online (South Africa)
Independent Online, or IOL is a news and information website based in South Africa. It was previously owned by the Independent News & Media organisation, which is the largest publisher of print ma...
Crime Expo South Africa
Crime Expo South Africa (CESA) was a website that detailed crime in South Africa and encouraged victims to tell their stories. Pages on the site dealt with murder, rape, farm attacks and armed robbery...
Bidorbuy
bidorbuy or bidorbuy.co.za (officially written as one word, all-lowercase; variations: bid or buy, BidOrBuy and Bid or Buy) is an English-language e-commerce website based on an internet auction and o...
Google.co.za
Google Search, commonly referred to as Google Web Search or just Google, is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. It is the most-used search engine on the World Wide Web, handling more than three b...
Google.co.za - Wikipedia
Zoopy
Zoopy is an online and mobile social media community, hosting user generated videos, photos and audio. It launched into closed beta in late 2006 and moved into live beta with public access on 5 March ...
.za
.za is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for South Africa. It is administered by the ZADNA.None of the official names for South Africa can be abbreviated to ZA, which is an abbreviati...
News24
News24.com is an English-language South African online news publication created in October 1998 by the multinational media company, Naspers. Also known as South Africa’s largest digital publisher, New...
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Internet censorship in South Africa
Internet censorship in South Africa is a developing topic.
South Africa is not individually classified by the OpenNet Initiative, but is included in ONI's regional overview for sub-Saharan Africa....
MyBroadband
MyBroadband.co.za is an online group (based around an Internet forum), which provides South African Internet users with a central vantage point for information on broadband services in the country. Si...
MyBroadband - Wikipedia
Dont Party
Dont Party is a South African internet blog founded by Alex Wright & Thomas Kennedy in 2009. The website's primary focus is music, creative culture, design, fashion and nightlife news.In 2010 Don...
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Mail & Guardian
The mail or post is a system for physically transporting documents and other small packages, as well as a term for the postcards, letters, and parcels themselves. A postal service can be private or pu...
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Thought Leader
Thought Leader is a collaborative news and opinion platform owned by the South African newspaper Mail & Guardian. It was named a Webby Award Honoree in 2008, won 2008 SA Blog of the Year, and has ...
Cozareg
Cozareg is South Africa's first online co.za domain registration and management system where the general public have free access to registering co.za domain names directly with Uniforum SA, as well as...
IT News Africa
IT News Africa is a Johannesburg-based technology news website. It focuses on news surrounding information and telecommunications (ICT), broadband, IT security, software, gadgets and gaming, and mobil...
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