The best VPNs to use in 2018

Virtual Private Network (VPN) services allow you navigate the Internet without service providers and platforms tracking you. These services deliver something close to anonymity to their users, and are popular among privacy advocates, users in countries where governments restrict certain content, and users who would simply prefer not to have their browsing data linked directly to them. There are many VPN services available, each of which has its own advantages and

All the new Samsung QLED TVs you can buy in South Africa

Samsung has launched its new line-up of QLED TVs in South Africa. The new QLED range comprises 4K smart TVs across four different series, each of which has a different set of features. Samsung’s new Q9 range boasts the line-up’s most impressive features, including HDR10+ support, full-array backlighting, and automatic game mode. The Q8 series sports an anti-glare screen, HDR10+, and Samsung’s Quantum colour technology. The other two series are

Donate to Hope for Winter and help keep a fellow South African warm

The Hope for Winter charity drive returns to cities across South Africa in June and members of the public are invited to assist in the gathering of warm winter clothes, blankets and non-perishable food items for their local shelters. The 18th national Hope for Winter campaign is hosted by Mould Empower Serve (Mes), PEN, Isinkwa Setheku and Towers of Hope, in collaboration with various churches and charity organisations. Reverend Alan


Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba delivered the 2018 budget speech on 21 February. And, naturally, social media is alive with opinions and reactions. Gigaba seemed to have the speech under control, even slipping in a few jokes about needing Candy Crush rehab, and quoting from rapper Kendrick Lamar. Here are some of the social media reactions, courtesy of Twitter, to provide some perspective on today’s events: If you’re wondering, there’s no


Charles Devantay from Switzerland and Derrick Mokaleng from South Africa compete in men’s 400 meters qualification round during the IAAF World U20 Championships at the Zawisza Stadium on July 20, 2016 in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Dom Scott-Efurd reaches yet another milestone in her career but it’s 20-year-old Derrick Mokaleng that steals the show. South African athletes continued to stake a small claim on the global indoor track and field circuit at