Category: News

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Fifa concert: Desmond-Pokemon-Tutu

Wow – what a disappointment: Not just did Zuma, Blatter and Radebe get booed out during the Fifa 2010 worldcup opening concert, the Black Eyed Peas managed to suck horribly and Fergie sounded like she had a few Klippies &...

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bidorbuy introduces Internet Explorer 8 enhancements

About two thirds of our customers use Internet Explorer 8 and we just introduced our search accelerators which are now available in the Internet Explorer Gallery. Making our website available for search from within the browser enables our users to...

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MTN: The death of the internet

At bidorbuy we pay special attention to performance, as a slow website will irritate our users and will in the end result in lost sales. Over the last few months we have pretty much emptied our bag of tricks and...

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bidorbuy launches PayPal payment integration

It has only been 2 weeks after the official PayPal launch and we have soft-launched the PayPal payment integration on Tuesday, 6th April 2010. As far as I can tell, bidorbuy is the only South African online auction place having...

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jQuery revolution @ bidorbuy

Over at bidorbuy.co.za we are really introducing a number of firsts in the online auction market. We obviously want to create a user-experience for our buyers and sellers to enjoy their time on our site as well as improve productivity....

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South African Post Office: We steal

I finally managed to understand the South African Post Office’s mission statement: “We will enable the nation to efficiently connect with the world by distributing information, goods, financial and government services; leveraging our broad reach and embracing change, technology and...

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Today’s FNB PayPal launch

Today was the official launch of PayPal in South Africa. The launch event was at Turbine Hall in Newtown. I have not been in the Joburg CBD in ages and found that the city (at least in daylight) looks a...

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No manners – Afro-Tarfix (Pty) Ltd

In my endeavor to personally resolve potholes on a stretch of road I frequently travel, I contacted a company called Tarfix (not going to give them a link, seeing someone at Tarfix with mobile number 083 267 1834 sent me...