Gauteng, November 28 - Johannesburg's Helen Joseph Hospital has seen patients waiting hours for medicine. Now a R3 million robotic arm is helping the clinic dispense more efficiently and accuratley.
Nairobi, November - The mobile money transfer business is worth over a billion dollars. And the industry in Kenya is experiencing its most profitable year.
Cape Town, November 19 - A Global forum, the International commission for conservation of Atlantic Tunas, of forty six countries has gathered in Cape Town to deliberate on the future of Atlantic Bluefin tuna, sharks, and illegal fishing.
Cape Town, October 30 - A South African inventor wants to unclutter modern life. He hopes to have the prototype of a single gadget to replace different remote controls in testing by 2014.
Durban, October 30 - A KwaZulu-Natal man has been built mechanically-operated arms by students of the University of KwaZulu-Natal. The students hope to further improve the functionality of the robotic limbs.
We've got the perfect in to the cashless society: A payment system that could mean the end of grubby banknotes and change that weighs you down. Seth has the lowdown.
GATSBY Cape Town's great Gatsby gets a healthy makeover Cape Town, October 8 - Health-conscious foodies have attempted to reverse the unhealthy reputation of the Mother City's favourite fast food, the Gatsby.
Tech Report is officially 100 episodes old this week. We take a quick look back on some of the show's lighter moments over the past two years.
October 1 - eNCA speaks to deputy editor of TechCentral about mobile telecoms company Vodacom wanting to buy Neotel for R5 billion.
September 18 – An experiment by UKZN PhD student Sandile Ngcobo has put South Africa at the forefront of scientific research. Scientists say this is a milestone in laser technology.