Total 17 Posts

South Africa can grow its gaming industry

To help establish South Africa's gaming industry as a viable career path for more diverse participants, more support for the technical training required has to be considered.

How to keep your kids’ gaming safe

By informing yourself and becoming more involved in your children’s gaming, you’ll be able to ensure appropriate, positive gaming choices and behaviors are instilled from an early age.

South Africa to amend outdated copyright law

South Africa's copyright law must not continue ignoring the principles of fair use.

Exploring music and gaming at the Fak’ugesi African Digital Innovation Festival

Come and explore music and gaming at the Fak’ugesi African Digital Innovation Festival.

How we spend our free time on the web

Statistics from reliable sources highlight that among the 28 European Union nations, the United Kingdom ranks on the 5th position among the nations with the highest Internet penetration rate in 2015. During this period only 7% of the users did not have access to the Internet in the past 12

Pixelated video games of decades past

Every day, it seems, new ultra-high-resolution video games are released, syncing with players’ social media accounts and ready for virtual reality headsets. Yet old games from the 1970s and 1980s are still in high demand. The Nintendo Corporation has moved recently to both quash and exploit that popularity, shutting down

Showcasing video games made in Afrika

Several Afrikan game developer are set to take part in and showcase their games at Devcom 2018 (the interdependent game developer conference). The event will be taking place from 19 to 20 August 2018 in Cologne, Germany. ![Africa Video Games Devcom 2018](/content/images/2018/08/PG.jpg) Some of