April 2016


kids

Cause tackles country’s literacy concerns

JOHANNESBURG- SOUTH Africa has over the years gained international infamy after it emerged its schoolchildren were among the most illiterate, particularly at Grade 4 and Grade 5 levels. In 2006, the Progress in Reading and…


Sundowns

Local champs prove chumps in Africa

PRETORIA – THE debate whether the Absa Premiership, the most lucrative league in the continent, can lay claim to being the most competitive has resurfaced following the recent ouster of Mamelodi Sundowns from the Confederation…


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Historic LTE-U trial complete

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – IN the first such exercise in the continent, MTN and Ericsson have successfully trialled Long Term Evolution-Unlicensed (LTE-U). LTE-U, which is a mobile technology innovation that enables higher data speeds, which…




wifi

Free WiFI on Freedom Day

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – ALWAYS-ON, South Africa’s leading public WiFi Hotspot provider, will on Freedom Day provide free WiFi to users across  the country. The service will be available at thousands of it hotspots all day…



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African Utility Week nominnes shortlist revealed

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) -NOMINEES have been announced for accolades ahead  of next month’s African Utility Week Industry Awards. The winners will be unveiled at an event slated for Cape Town, South Africa. Among other categories…


Pirates downs show

Potent strikers headline Bucs, Downs Nedbank clash

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – THE Nedbank Cup, which has gained popularity for its giant-killing encounters, will this weekend assume a Goliath-versus-Goliath dimension when table toppers Mamelodi Sundowns and a resurgent Orlando Pirates clash in a…