Watch 30 minutes of Monster Hunter World gameplay

Watch 30 minutes of Monster Hunter World gameplay

Watch 30 minutes of Monster Hunter World gameplay.

The third and final beta for Monster Hunter World had begun on Friday, January 19, 2018, at 2 a.m. (UTC) and will conclude on Monday, January 22 at 1:59 a.m. (UTC).

The download client, for the PlayStation 4 beta, was made available to players for pre-load two days ahead of the start of the beta on the 17th of January 2018.

In regards to content for the beta, Capcom stated that: “For this third and final round of the beta, we’re adding a new quest featuring the fearsome Nergigante! Take this last opportunity to dive into the new world of Monster Hunter ahead of the game’s release!”

Our overall experience with the beta was rather great. Granted, Monster Hunter World has a steep learning curve; however, after a few practice sessions, you will find yourself wanting to take on the biggest, baddest monsters in the game.

Monster Hunter World’s performance was impressive, during the beta, when running on the PlayStation 4 Pro. The game ran at a solid pace with little to no drops when running in ‘Prioritise Graphics’ mode.

By: Darryl Linington
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IBM Cloud now connected to BT’s ‘Cloud of Clouds’

IBM Cloud now connected to BT’s ‘Cloud of Clouds’

Keith Langridge, vice president of network services at BT.

BT has announced the launch of a new service to provide global businesses with direct access to IBM Cloud via the BT network on Wednesday 10 January 2018. BT Cloud Connect Direct for IBM offers businesses the benefits of network performance when building and deploying business applications and data on the IBM Cloud.

With Cloud Connect Direct for IBM, BT customers receive a connection to the IBM Cloud so they can access services including compute, network and storage infrastructure as well as an extensive catalogue spanning AI, Blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT), data and analytics capabilities. Direct cloud connectivity helps businesses achieve better performance, security and availability compared to connecting over the open internet.

Cloud Connect Direct for IBM is being delivered into IBM Cloud data centres in the UK via IBM Cloud Direct Link, a network service designed to secure and accelerate data transfer between private infrastructure and the public cloud. This will be followed in the coming months with direct connectivity into IBM Cloud data centres in mainland Europe, the US, Australia and Asia, optimising performance and compliance for customers in those regions. Cloud Connect Direct for IBM will be managed and supported from a single BT-managed service desk, providing proactive management and quality of service.

Keith Langridge, vice president of network services at BT, said: “Cloud Connect Direct for IBM is designed to help businesses fully harness the potential of high-value digital services delivered via IBM Cloud. Businesses deploying IBM Cloud services can now benefit from improved performance, security and reliability, creating a rich digital experience for their customers and employees.”

Kit Linton, vice president of network, IBM Cloud said: “Enterprises are rapidly turning to the cloud to modernise their core applications and build cloud-native solutions that leverage AI, IoT, Blockchain and more. The collaboration with BT will help enterprises around the world seamlessly connect to the IBM Cloud so they can maximise their data and generate new business value.”

Cloud Connect Direct for IBM leverages BT’s global network reach, spanning 198 countries and territories. The service is designed, implemented and supported as part of the customer’s existing network infrastructure. This means less redesign, less change and more consistency with existing network practice when connecting to new cloud services.

Cloud Connect Direct for IBM is available to customers globally today. Cloud Connect Direct for IBM is the latest development in BT’s Cloud of Clouds portfolio strategy, which has been helping customers since 2015 on their digital transformation journeys by connecting them easily and securely to a world-class ecosystem of cloud services, applications and data.

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Execution is key to digital success

Execution is key to digital success

Monique Williams, Hyland Southern Africa Regional Manager.

Many companies have enjoyed significant efficiencies from partial digitisation in recent years, but there’s still a lot of paper flying about many everyday offices. Most agree that achieving truly paperless processes would greatly impact business and enhance customer service. However, many find the idea of implementing the tools they need to achieve digitisation daunting.

But it doesn’t have to be. Enterprise content management (ECM) does most of the hard work, allowing digitised documents and files in a wide range of formats to be searched, managed and made available to staff across the organisation, often automatically. While the path to success may be manageable, the outcome of a digitisation project will be significantly enhanced by addressing some fundamental issues.

Step 1: Know what you want
It’s important to have a clear vision of exactly what you want from your ECM solution – as well as why. What specific processes are too complicated or paper-heavy in the business? What problems would your ideal solution solve? Could platform capabilities including ECM, assist one department or be extended throughout the organisation?

ECM is about streamlining as much as it is about organising. Setting out what you want from an ECM solution is a good way to re-examine where business processes can be automated, attenuated and ultimately made more efficient.

Step 2: Know your users
Once you have a vision of a new digital way of working, you will need to think about implementing it from a practical viewpoint. Many IT projects fall short of their full potential because they are not widely adopted by staff. It is essential to keep staff on board during the planning and implementation stage and, in particular, key team members.

A good approach is to involve the people who will actually be using the system from the very beginning. Talk to them, find out what their challenges are and ask for their input and ideas. This helps build end-user buy-in and vastly increases the chances of achieving full adoption once the technical installation is complete.

Allow key staff to become ‘champions’ of the new technology, experimenting with it at an early stage and developing uses for the system within their area of expertise of work.

Early buy-in across the organisation will not only spread the idea and generate usage scenarios, but will also increase user adoption once the system is implemented. You will, therefore, end up with a system that uses technology for the benefit of company and staff, rather than an imposed solution that resourceful workers will rapidly bypass.

Step 3: The end game
Whenever you consider a business-wide system change, you should keep in mind how it will affect your staff. Empathy is key here. Remember that your end users may not care about projected cost savings. What matters to them is the efficiency they can achieve to complete tasks faster, which allows them to spend their time on more satisfying and valuable work.

Appropriate planning, vision and engagement are key to swift adoption across the business. Target quick wins, thereby building staff confidence and belief in the new approach.

As the new way of working evolves and customer trends are taken into account, the system will become flexible enough to allow even more business processes to be automated or changed into more appropriate digital formats.

By Monique Williams, Hyland Southern Africa Regional Manager

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9mobile fights illiteracy with short film, closed

9mobile fights illiteracy with short film, closed

9mobile

In furtherance of its commitment to promoting education and raising the level of literacy across the nation, the telecommunications company, 9mobile, has gone one step further, with the production of a short film titled Closed. The film, focused on fighting illiteracy, has been aired on the DSTV platform.

Closed is produced as part of the footprint of the telecom’s flagship pan-African literary prize, 9mobile Prize for Literature, and it seeks to raise awareness of illiteracy as a huge societal problem, as well as inspire collective positive action to stem it.The production and airing of the short film also further affirms 9mobile’s unwavering commitment to innovation in solving social problems, one of which is low literacy as affirmed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), which estimated that over 65 million people in Nigeria are illiterate.

While Speaking on Closed, Vice President Marketing, 9mobile, Adebisi Idowu, said the short film points to the power of words and how they unlock meaning for people who can read.“At 9mobile, we recognise that the ability to read and appreciate the written stories around us is a gift that over 65 million Nigerians are deprived of. Celebrating literacy begins with acknowledging this issue and that a lot needs to be done to address the problem in Nigeria. That is why, annually, we celebrate the written word through the 9mobile Prize for Literature, the first ever pan-African prize celebrating first time writers of published fiction books. The prize aims to serve as a platform for the discovery of new, creative talent out of the continent and invariably promote the burgeoning publishing industry in Africa.”

Idowu added that 9mobile is committed to continuously innovate ways to reduce illiteracy in Nigeria, thereby supporting government in achieving the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 4, which is ensuring inclusive and quality education for all and promoting lifelong learning.

Closed tells the story of a young man – Juwon, an illiterate but skillful welder, who is cut off from the world around him and unable to appreciate a precious gift he holds just because he cannot read. But as the story unfolds, viewers step into his world, cheering him on as he overcomes the taunts of primary school pupils to learn the rudiments of the English language, until he eventually conquers this challenge in a dramatic way, and acquires the ability to read.

Juwon’s transformation is profound, as the messages written on billboards along the highways that he commutes to and from work, which previously appeared cryptic to him, suddenly become clear.An elated Juwon reads one of the billboards, which has the inscription: ‘See the world differently’ and then he frantically pulls out of his pocket the photograph of a young lady, which had triggered his pursuit of knowledge, and realises that he can finally read the message written on it: ‘I love the man I see in you!”

That moment sparks a flurry of emotions as the film ends with the message: ‘For 65 million Nigerians, illiteracy robs the world of meaning. Spare a thought for them.’Since it made its debut, Closed has won accolades as a masterpiece in creativity. The film won four awards – three Gold and a Bronze – at the 12th Annual Lagos Advertising and Ideas Festival (LAIF) Awards held recently. They include Gold in Film Craft – Best Production and Art Direction, Gold in Film – Corporate Image, and Gold in Film – Promotions Editing as well as Bronze in Film Craft – Best Film Editing.

Earlier in the year, it also received a resounding applause at the grand finale and award ceremony of the 2016 edition of the 9mobile Prize for Literature, where it was premiered.

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Emergency Communication Centres in 36 states ready soon, says NCC

Emergency Communication Centres in 36 states ready soon, says NCC

Director, Technical Standards, NCC, Dr Fidelis Onah

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says the Emergency Communication Centres across the 36 states of the federation will soon be completed.

The Director, Technical Standards, NCC, Dr Fidelis Onah made this known to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the sidelines of the 90th Consumer Outreach Programme of NCC in Aba.

NAN reports that the centres were intended to bridge the communication gap between different emergency response agencies in the country.

Onah said NCC was consulting with the National Security Adviser and state governors for the completion of the centres to ensure they were not duplicated by state governments.

He said that the centres had already gulped over N10 billion.

In response to a question asked by Chief Fabian Nwankwo, Abia Commissioner for Science and Technology, Onah said that research had shown that telecom mast was not dangerous as thought.

He said that although they emit radiations, the radiation was not “ionised”, adding that masts were located after proper scrutiny by NCC and Ministry of Environment.

Onah said that the problems state governments face as regard fee payment by telecom operators often arose from the duplication of the fees by state governments.

He, therefore, urged the state governments to merge the different service fees to make the fee easy for the operators to pay.

Speaking at the event, The Director, Consumer Affairs Bureau, (CAB), NCC, Mr Abdulahi Maikano said the forum was meant to bring Abia telecom stakeholders together to proffer solutions to their challenges.

He said the forum sought to educate stakeholders on contemporary issues and to get feedback which would help in regulating the sector.

Maikano, represented by Deputy Director (CAB), Mr Ismaila Adedigba urged the service providers to provide consumers with various initiatives meant to protect, inform and educate them..

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Using cyber intelligence to catch cybercriminals

Using cyber intelligence to catch cybercriminals

Using cyber intelligence to catch cybercriminals. (Image Source: ).

The story of a local bank being taken for R300 million by cyber criminals who had 100 people withdrawing money from ATMs in Japan made the headlines. But South African companies, unlike their US counterparts, are not required by law to report cases of cyber theft so how many more have gone by unmentioned? The bank reportedly never got its cash back so it’s still wise to secure your systems from attack; the more proactive the better.

The likelihood of cyber attackers plundering your vaults is already vast and growing daily. The threat landscape today is highly sophisticated but our defences are typically out-dated and reactive systems. That’s because today’s hackers are often young professionals who work for organised crime syndicates and in many cases they target specific, high-value organisations.

A colleague from IBM, which supplies the i2 Enterprise Insight Analysis solution, worked with the Mexican secret service to combat drug cartels funding organised cybercrime, for example. The cartels have a well of finances the envy of many enterprises so they get the best skills, the best tools, and they have time on their side.

The i2 solution is a sophisticated, next-generation threat analysis solution used by the Mexican secret service, 32 out of 36 policing organisations in the UK, including MI5 and MI6, the FBI, Israel’s Mossad, various military units, and the police in South Africa. It has evolved to be relevant by helping catch bad guys for 26 years and is now commercialised and available for enterprises.

The reason you need it yourself instead of going to the police for help, when they already have this tool, is that they are under-resourced, just as their counterparts are elsewhere in the world. And they have much bigger physical world crime issues on their hands. They are good at kicking down doors. They’re less experienced at hunting cybercriminals who lurk in basements behind packet sniffers, tapped cables, and who make man in the middle attacks on obscure data centres in Brussels back rooms.

But to get the cops to kick in a specific door you must be able to reliably tell them which one. That’s what we’re doing with i2. And we’re helping businesses understand their vulnerabilities at any given moment – as well as giving them the tools to investigate, rapidly find the perpetrators, and give law enforcement actionable insights.

Another fact of cyber attacks is that they almost never materialise out of the blue and they’re almost never successful on the first attempt. They typically occur in stages. The crooks test your defences, fail, and return with new approaches to defeat your static counters. They’re fluid and you’re not, the warning signs are usually there, and we would have seen them had we looked.

We need to keep tabs on insider fraud via structured transactional data, chatter in the deep web in services such as Pastebin, unstructured data in our internal reports, and social media feeds where more human chatter occurs. We wrap that up in a dashboard that’s easy and quick for executives to keep an eye on but into which they can drill as deep as they like to ascertain the precise facts.

Behind the dashboard tiered security with intelligent analyses form sophisticated barriers that help you pivot faster than the bad guys. Tier one firewalls have policies that zap IPs that originate from countries in which you don’t operate. They trap known malware and vaporise it. They trap large attachments for human inspection. At tier two you correlate events. They take care of what’s known as the 5km, one-minute card rule where a single bank card cannot be used to withdraw money from two different ATMs, 5km apart, within one minute of each other.

Once you’ve matured tier two you begin to create the intelligence I’ve spoken about. It’s tier three, human-driven intelligence with automated help that visualises the associations to feed intelligent questioning. And the entire time it’s updating the dashboard vulnerability scenario so the executives can see that cutting security personnel or other resources increases work in progress and cycle times, indicating problems, and demonstrating their exposure in light of legislation such as Protection of Personal Information (POPI) Act.

It’s an approach that helps you find the crooks when they’re still trying to access your systems and helps you feed law enforcement actionable intelligence they can use to kick down doors.

By Tallen Harmsen, head of IndigoCube Cyber Security

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Canon showcases cutting edge technology for the broadcast, cinema industry at CABSAT 2018

Canon showcases cutting edge technology for the broadcast, cinema industry at CABSAT 2018

Canon showcased its latest industry-leading innovations at CABSAT 2018, the leading broadcast, satellite and creative media event in the Middle East and Africa region. The leader in imaging solutions also provided visitors with the opportunity to experience its full range of security solutions, Pro Video portfolio and professional imaging products first-hand at dedicated shooting areas and end to end workflow scenarios.

At the three-day event, Canon unveiled the latest additions to its Pro-Video segment with the launch of its 4K XF Series cameras, XF405 and XF400, which is in addition to the recent launch of the EOS C200, the 4K compact digital cinema camera from the esteemed Cinema EOS range.

Under the XA series, XA-11 and XA-15 mark their entry into the region along with the low light network camera with remarkable performance, the ME20F-SHN. The company also presented evolved and seamless workflow solutions that enable more efficient and cost-effective production for broadcasters and filmmakers.

Speaking about the event Roman Troedthandl, Managing Director – Canon Central and North Africa (CCNA) said, “Canon’s presence in CABSAT, which is considered to be one of the most important events in broadcast and media technology regionally and globally; is integral to showcasing our commitment towards playing a vital role in the cinema industry.

Celebrating the incredible potential of filmmakers in Africa, Canon is set on clearing any hardships they may face enroute, through offering all the necessary technical and technological support they require, and this year we are going even further and extending our participation towards supporting young and aspiring filmmakers.”

“We also understand that there is an increasing integration of 4K into mainstream television dramas, documentaries and movies, and we are committed to continually evolving to meet the fluctuating needs of broadcasters and filmmakers with the latest additions to our innovative Cinema EOS series.

As well as consistently strengthening and enhancing our partnerships with Tier 1 partners in markets like Nigeria, Morocco, West Africa and Egypt while hand in hand expanding our presence through an extended network of Tier 2 partners in Egypt, Nigeria and Morocco.” Troedthandl added.

Designed to benefit broadcasters and filmmakers alike, The EOS C200 is the first Cinema EOS camera to feature the revolutionary Cinema RAW light format which provides the same flexibility in colour grading as Cinema RAW in a smaller file size, enabling filmmakers to record internally to a CFast 2.0™ card.

Delivering incredible low-light performance and perfect for critical surveillance operations, the ME20F-SHN produces full colour and Full HD resolution images in limited light scenarios and packs in network capability and built-in video analytics into a lightweight and compact body. These innovations also support the convenience of seamless network integration with the ability to fit directly into existing workflows.

In addition to showcasing its full range of 4K, Full HD and HDR products, Canon also provided broadcast and cinematography professionals with a variety of end to end workflow scenarios including shooting experiences as well as review and editing processes.

The ecosystem of videography was brought to life via a touch and try product section, dedicated shooting areas of Maasai Mara and a bakery area, a security zone and a chroma key area. Canon had also teamed up with the global leader in manual and robotic camera support systems, Vinten, to demonstrate the versatility of the ME200 and C200.

“Canon is set on becoming even more than a technical partner to customers in the African continent. We understand that the region is flourishing and becoming one of the rapidly growing media markets in the world; thus, we will continue expanding our footprint in the market via encouraging young talents and catering to their technical as well as support-related needs,” said Somesh Adukia.

Sales & Marketing Director B2C – Canon Central and North Africa (CCNA). “We are very excited to be hosting a specific panel discussion during CABSAT that tackles the future of the filmmaking industry in Africa, as well as reviving our support to the youth by engaging them in a Canon Filmmaking Challenge; one of many initiatives which have been set to further support the filmmaking ecosystem in the region” He added.

Bringing the event to a successful closure, Canon awarded the shortlisted filmmakers for their efforts in bringing their stories to life.

The announcement was made during the panel discussion which covered the future of the filmmaking industry in Africa alongside 3 prominent actors Injy El Mokkadem from Egypt, Omar Lotfi from Morocco and TY Bello from Nigeria. Where the first-place winner, (Youness Hamiddine) from Morocco was awarded a (5D Mark 4) Canon camera.

The second place winner (May El Hossamy) from Egypt and the third place winner (Ifeoma Nkiruka Chukwuogo) from Nigeria have both also received a (6D Mark 2) Canon camera.

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South African top Google searches this week

South African top Google searches this week

South African top Google searches this week.

South Africans generally tend to search for topics related to sports and news, and this week was no different.

Some of the most searched topics this week in South Africa included the death of a musical legend, a collapse in the world’s largest cryptocurrency, an ongoing disease outbreak, as well as the emergence of a sporting superstar.

To start off the week, the world learned of the sudden death of Cranberries lead singer Dolores O’Riordan. The 46-year-old singer received tributes from peers, celebrities, and millions of ordinary fans around the globe. As people sought to find out more about the life and death of the Irish artist, South Africans searched her name more than 50 000 times.

South Africans were again searching for “Listeriosis” over 50 000 times on Tuesday. It has been reported to date, that 67 people are known to have died from the disease, with the outbreak potentially being the world’s worst. Again on Tuesday, interest spiked in Bitcoin which was searched over 50 000 times as the price of the cryptocurrency fell dramatically, plummeting 14% amid fears of crackdowns by regulators.

On Wednesday, cricketer Lungi Ngidi topped search rankings with over 10 000 searches as his man-of-the-match performance helped South Africa wrap up the test series against India. That same day also saw 10 000+ searches for Hoerskool Overvaal, an Afrikaans school where the Gauteng Education Department tried to place 55 English-speaking learners. Kim Kardashian also made the list as she announced the birth of her third child, this one by a surrogate.

Other top searches for the week included “Manchester United” with 20 000+ searches following their 3-0 defeat of Stoke City, “Unisa Online Application” at over 10 000 searches, with the same amount of searches was “Siam Lee” and “Australian Open.”

People search for things they hear or see on the news, and sports search terms trend several times a week, on average, every week.

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CONNECT Hackathon Series to run in five cities in Africa

CONNECT Hackathon Series to run in five cities in Africa

CONNECT Hackathon Series to run in five cities in Africa

WhereIsMyTransport a provider of public transport data service provider has partnered with Facebook for Developers to host the ‘CONNECT Hackathon Series’. The first event is taking place at GEN’s 22 on Sloane Campus in Johannesburg, South Africa from 19 to 21 January 2018.

Hosted across four additional cities including Kampala, Dar es Salaam, Kigali and Nairobi, the CONNECT series will bring together diverse developers and startups looking to build innovative location-aware applications to address the challenges and opportunities of moving people and goods in the region’s cities.

In Johannesburg, Facebook and WhereIsMyTransport will provide access and expertise to help participants build mobile solutions that combine the Facebook Places Graph API and the WhereIsMyTransport Public Transport API. In all the cities across the region, the CONNECT series will partner with local hubs of innovation, like 22 on Sloane, and local Developer Circles from Facebook – the company’s program to support communities of people passionate about technology, sharing ideas, learning, and collaborating.

The winning team will be awarded $1000 USD, with second and third place winners provided with $500 each in Facebook advertising credits. Additionally, all three teams will be provided with a year’s worth of free access to the WhereIsMyTransport Public Transport API.

Commenting on the CONNECT Hackathon series, Marsh Reddy, Platform Evangelist from WhereIsMyTransport said: “I think we have put together something really special for the Gauteng. Digitalising public transport routes in the region allow for local talent to build solutions that help citizens directly. We’re looking forward to seeing what gets built.”

Proud Dzambukira, Strategic Partner Manager Platform Partnerships; Sub-Saharan Africa, Facebook, added: “Facebook is defined by its hacker culture, and we’re excited to be partnering with WhereIsMyTransport to bring this hackathon series to the developer community. Efficiently moving people and goods between places is a fundamental problem that a number of startups are solving for cities in the region. Our platform can help add significant value to that work and we’re eager to see the innovative solutions which will be created from these events.”

For the Gauteng instalment of the CONNECT Hackathon series, additional support from MLabs, The Gauteng Provincial Department of Roads and Transport, Gautrain Management Agency, SANRAL, National Department of Transport, the Cities of Johannesburg, Tshwane, and Ekurhuleni helped bring this special initiative to life.

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Vodacom voice services down, users share frustrations on Twitter

Vodacom voice services down, users share frustrations on Twitter

Vodacom voice services down, users share frustrations on Twitter.

Vodacom customers in Gauteng, South Africa experienced difficulty making and receiving calls on Friday morning, 19 January 2018, as the telco’s voice services were reportedly down.

Users from other parts of the country revealed that they were also experiencing difficulting making and receiving calls.

The telecom operator announced on social media that it was aware of the issue and working to fix it urgently.

Vodacom is aware that certain customers in and around Gauteng are unable to make calls. Our technicians are attending to the issue as a matter of urgency to restore normal service as soon as possible. Internet connectivity is unaffected. We apologise for the inconvenience.

— Vodacom (@Vodacom) January 19, 2018

Vodacom later resolved the issue, but not after hundreds of customers took to Twitter to voice out their frustrations. Here are some reactions from the customers.

Dear @Vodacom , i had an interview at 9 needed to call my prospective employer as i was struggling to locate their offices. Ur network was down. Found the place 45 min later. I have lost out on an opportunity of a lifetime, ur incompetence is costing us poor people..

— Bo Malatji (@Bodiba18) January 19, 2018

#Vodacom please confirm if network is down and estimated time of restoration

— Devon Rimmington (@RimmingtonDevon) January 19, 2018

#Vodacom has not been good to me this morning… dropped calls, missed calls and now we get confirmation the network MAYBE down in Gauteng… If this was government , we would be outraged @Vodacom

— Hajra (@HajraOmarjee) January 19, 2018

@Vodacom can’t make phone calls. Is the whole network down?

— Julie S (@wish4always) January 19, 2018

@Vodacom Vodacom is down people in Midrand and Sandton can’t make calls #poorservice #Januworry… Kindly refund me for the business I have lost due to your outage @CellC or @TelkomZA please sign me up

— SA_CITIZEN1 (@SA_CITIZEN1) January 19, 2018

People losing their mind cause calls on Vodacom are down.

— Luu Kubheka (@CoolKid_Skinny) January 19, 2018

Can’t wait. A month til I port out after being with you since 1996. Down with bad service!!!

— John Crewe (@bigjohnson2) January 19, 2018

@Vodacom111 is Vodacom down? I can’t make or receive calls! Restarted my phone etc, still nothing.

— Iain Busschau (@iainbusschau) January 19, 2018

@Vodacom111 @Vodacom hi is your service down. I am unable to make or receive phone calls?

— Christiaan Smit (@smitchristiaan) January 19, 2018

Vodacom is down can’t make calls any of us #vodacom

— Jean-Pierre du Toit (@fix_a_roof_jhb) January 19, 2018

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