Top Tech Websites In South Africa

  1. MyBroadband

MyBroadband is one of South Africa’s biggest websites and is its most popular technology website, with 1 million unique monthly visitors. The site covers everything from ADSL news to IT jobs with a South African focus.

2.  TechCentral

TechCentral is about news, reviews, and comment in the South African IT world. They aim to always provide independent reporting (they don’t republish press releases on principle) and their agenda is clearly laid out: a belief in free enterprise, and privatization and deregulation to grow South Africa’s economy.

3. BandwidthBlog

BandwidthBlog covers the gamut of tech content, including news on social media, online trends and the mobile sector, gadget and game reviews, articles on local and international startups, and video interviews with web entrepreneurs.

4. How South Africa

How South Africa is a subsidiary of Jetheights Services Ltd, the owners of several top sites in Africa. It is South Africa focused news, information, Content Marketing, and digital advertising platform that produces multi-perspective, simplified, engaging and high-quality reportage on the emerging trends for smart South African professionals and a global community interested in South Africa.

5. Memeburn

Memeburn focuses on everything digital in the emerging markets sphere, from current events in the world of social media, mobile and general technology, to in-depth interviews with the likes of WordPress creator and CEO. The writers are a mixture of in-house journalists, but the majority of the site’s content is produced by external contributors, from tech bloggers and journalists to well-known entrepreneurs and thought leaders.


Written by Mathew

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