The banner was placed on the fence of a large shopping centre and names the franchise manager – saying that his “unnamed executive head refuses to assist the customer”. Google Streetview identifies the location of the banner as World Wear shopping centre on Beyers Naude drive, close to the N1. Political parties on Friday condemned the South African Broadcasting Corporation’s decision on limiting broadcasting of protests. This week you can score a sweet deal if you shop at Game, Dion Wired, Makro, Loot, and Incredible Connection.
David Shapiro, deputy chairman at Sasfin Securities, explains why he is no longer an investor in MTN. President Jacob Zuma will be reviewing the transport benefits of his wives, and those of former presidents and deputy presidents.
In a Consumer Reports survey of 50,000 wireless customers published last month AT&T scored dead last in most categories. In addition to its poor quality service, AT&T also had the most expensive average monthly bills for two-line plans, the survey found, as its wireless voice services clocked in at an average of $86 a month and its wireless voice plan with data averaged $134 per month.
Mozambique was yesterday about to default on its debt as talks about rescheduling a loan from Russia's VTB Bank PJSC to a state-owned company faltered, according to a person familiar with the situation. Barack Obama paid moving tribute to victims of the first atomic bomb Friday and called for a world free of nuclear weapons, during a historic and emotional visit to Hiroshima. The director-general in the National Treasury has affirmed Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan's support from President Jacob Zuma and urged South Africans to reduce negative noise about the country. Jose Mourinho will forget what has gone on for the last three disappointing seasons at Manchester United, he said in his first interview after being installed as manager on Friday. It took three separate injuries to Elton Jantjies and a knee lay-off to Jaco van der Walt, but Springbok flyhalf Marnitz Boshoff is finally back in the Lions starting lineup, for the clash against the Bulls. If you've tuned in to the coverage of the Indian Premier League these past seven weeks and not seen AB de Villiers putting some hapless attack to the sword, don't go buying any lottery tickets.


Masters champion Danny Willett insists he will not risk the health of his family in pursuit of Olympic glory in Rio de Janeiro in August. Russia have included Maria Sharapova in their Olympic tennis team despite the star player being suspended over a positive test for the banned drug meldonium, the country's tennis federation said on Thursday. Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton set the pace in an incident-filled opening Monaco Grand Prix practice on Thursday, with debris and a loose drain cover bringing an early end to the session. The City of Cape Town has come up with a multi-million rand plan to develop the precinct of its biggest stadium to enhance it public use and revenue profile. After months of swirling speculation surrounding their rumoured romance EFF spokesman Mbuyiseni Ndlozi aka 'The People's Bae,' and actress Mmabatho Montsho have been spotted together. Basetsana Kumalo has opened up about suing Drum magazine for defamation and reputational damages with costs, claiming that she is doing it for everyone who's had their name tarnished by the publication. Falling to the floor when host Lungile Radu called his namea€s 22-year-old Richard Stirton couldna€™t believe that he had just become the first winner of The Voice SA.
Sunday Times and Delta Airlines are giving away three pairs of plane tickets to any American city. Accusations of censorship are flying right now over the move to shut down the services to disrupt a protest in the US. This week, EFF has seen censorship stories move closer and closer to home a€” first Iran, then the UK, and now San Francisco, an early locus of the modern free speech movement. Early reports indicated that BART cut off cell phone service by approaching carriers directly and asking them to turn service off. Obviously, we’d like to know exactly what the carriers said to BART, but many other unanswered questions remain as well.
The move comes on the heels of UK Prime Minister David Cameron wanting to stop people from communicating on social media in the midst of the UK riots. I, for one, am not one bit surprised some are comparing this to things that Mubarak would do.


This double-whammy of low quality and high price is certainly something that will, sooner or later, be reflected in sales. Operators of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system (BART) shut down cell phone service to four stations in downtown San Francisco yesterday in response to a planned protest. Later statements by James Allison, deputy chief communications officer for BART, assert “BART staff or contractors shut down power to the nodes and alerted the cell carriers” after the fact. Was pulling the plug on people’s phones a quick, on-the-spot decision, or part of a protest-response plan vetted by BART’s lawyers? AT&T has scored poorly in a wireless carrier satisfaction survey of small and medium businesses and large companies, mirroring an equally dismal performance among consumers last month.
Last month, protesters disrupted BART service in response to the fatal shooting of Charles Blair Hill by BART police on July 3rd. AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile have not yet made comment as to whether or not they were complicit in the shutdown.
Who decided that blocking all cellphone calls at these BART stations was the right response to news that there might be a protest? AT&T scored at or near the bottom of the major carriers in virtually every category, including voice service pricing, voice coverage, voice quality and customer service. Thursday’s protest failed to materialize, possibly because the disruption of cell phone service made organization and coordination difficult. Of the 11 categories surveyed, AT&T was last among the the major carriers in 9 categories. Perhaps this attitude is the reason why, according to Macworld magazine, Apple and AT&T could be headed for a split in 2010.



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