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THURSDAY, 23 MAY 2024, 05:25


Illegal Used Car Imports: Costing The Country And Consumer Dearly

Yesterday at 10:13 AM, via Tech Financials

For years, Africa has been the dumping ground for inferior used cars from abroad. South Africa outlaws the importation of used vehicles. But each year around 30,000 illegal used car imports (often referred to as ‘grey imports’) leak into South Africa, coming from countries that import second-hand vehicles like SA’s landlocked neighbours Botswana, Lesotho and Eswatini […]

Sungrow Roadshow Showcases Clean Energy Solutions

Yesterday at 09:57 AM, via Tech Financials

The Sungrow Roadshow recently embarked on a journey to highlight the innovative clean energy solutions offered by the organisation. This photostory captures the essence of the event, showcasing how Sungrow is leading the charge in sustainable energy technology. From cutting-edge solar inverters to advanced energy storage systems, the roadshow provided an insightful glimpse into the […]

Prepare now to avoid future AI disaster

Yesterday at 09:10 AM, via ITWeb

AI is not the existential threat South African companies might fear it to be, but the country must act now to avoid potential hazards.

Delivery bikes wreak havoc on South African roads

Yesterday at 09:01 AM, via MyBroadband

The Motorcycle Safety Institute of South Africa says delivery riders take chances in traffic and compromise their safety to cope with the pressure of the job.

EVs More Likely To Hit Pedestrians Than Petrol Vehicles, Study Finds

Yesterday at 09:00 AM, via Slashdot

Hybrid and electric cars are more likely to hit pedestrians than petrol or diesel vehicles, due to their quieter engines that make them harder for pedestrians to hear. Other contributing factors include the tendency for drivers of electric cars to be younger and less experienced, and the vehicles’ heavier weight and swift acceleration, increasing stopping distances. The Guardian reports: Data...

Apple wants App Store case thrown out

Yesterday at 08:36 AM, via MyBroadband

Apple plans to ask a court to throw out the Justice Department’s antitrust case, making a long-shot bid to ward off what promises to be a lengthy legal battle.

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