Hi, my name is Dion and I’m a happy person.
The speed and the way in which some technology trends evolve takes my breath away.
We’re heading into the worst of the flu season, and if you’re a germaphobe like me, you’re probably considering going to work wearing a surgical mask.
At the recent SA Music Awards (Samas), it was interesting to see a crop of new awards under a new category division: bestselling mobile music download.
I pity the social-media specialists working for the various political parties as we get closer to voting day.
If you haven’t yet heard the phrase “the internet of things”, then best you settle down and read further because the internet of things is already part of our daily lives and is soon going to be even more embedded in everything we do.
In December last year, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos made an announcement on news magazine programme 60 Minutes that his company was working on a 30-minute delivery for online shoppers using drones and that the service should be available by 2016.
The Chinese shopkeeper taking a smoke break on the street in Plettenberg Bay was surreal to say the least.
Relationships are tricky. They require hard work, compromise and commitment. Luckily, we live in a technological world where gadgets and apps help the process or destroy it, depending on how fixated you are on that omnipresent smartphone.
The first question most people ask parents-to-be is: “So is it a boy or a girl?” The gender of a newborn allows society to comfortably assess behavioural patterns of a child, down to what colours they should or should not be wearing: pink is for girls and blue is for boys.
Attending the recent inaugural Africa Cycle Fair was surreal to say the least.
The US has never shied away from creating new food fads by throwing unlikely ingredients or concepts together.
City Press on Twitter
- Metal sector wage deal ‘a product of sweat and bitter struggles’: http://t.co/vSVhzWmN2P 6 hours ago
- Happy Feet: Snoop Dogg is now making socks: http://t.co/nUHZIr4ch4 8 hours ago
- MT @cousinNorman: No. And they won't have the money either. "Will government have enough time to process all the #land claims?" 8 hours ago
- MT @RyanPaulJames89: Can they show us the success stories from the first phase? "Will govt have enough time to process all #land claims?" 8 hours ago
- MT @mariahorton14: Like with all other issues, maybe appoint&pay consultants!?? "Will govt have enough time to process all #land claims?" 8 hours ago
In the wake of Mandela Day, Milisithando Bongela questions what the pervasive image of Madiba and the narrative of ‘reconciliation’ really means.
Readers react cynically to the news that Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi is cracking the whip over Nkandla spending
The era of having your cake and eating it seems to be coming to an end for government officials suspended on full pay. That’s if Public Service and Administration Minister Collins Chabane gets his way.