Nur Bremmen

South Africa Memeburn

Nur is an enigma with a passion for creating words. He recently entered a love affair with technology and chorizo sausages. He travels a lot -- you catch him, if you can, at a Silicon Cape event every now and again.

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a geek since Jun 2015

Industry

Beyond the hype: what tech trends should Africa really be excited about

According to Gartner, spending on end-user communications services in sub-Saharan Africa will grow steadily in the next 5 years, and reach $71 million in 2019.
Sep 06, 2015

Can this website make a dent in South Africa’s rampant corruption rates?

Could this new website and app help developing countries like South Africa crack down on corruption?
Aug 31, 2015

How Makers will disrupt the manufacturing Goliath

Right now, the Maker Movement is a subculture. But a new report from Deloitte warns manufacturers that 3D printing will soon give them a run for their money
Jul 06, 2015

Mobile

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Big Data

South Africa startup: social media showed #Brexit was inevitable

Social media mentions evidenced the inevitability of Brexit, says CEO JP Kloppers
Jun 26, 2016

Security

Kaspersky test confirms humans couldn’t be bothered to protect themselves online

The latest research from Kaspersky has found that almost a third of Internet users do nothing to protect themselves when making online payments.
Oct 06, 2015

Mobile malware grows nearly three-fold in Q2 2015

With an unprecedented rise in mobile security breaches, users are having to rethink the way they use their smartphones.
Aug 03, 2015

Social Media

South Africa startup: social media showed #Brexit was inevitable

Social media mentions evidenced the inevitability of Brexit, says CEO JP Kloppers
Jun 26, 2016

Social media to contribute $13B transactions to mobile money market

Social media is becoming an increasingly powerful part of the global economy, and its role in driving mobile payments can't be overlooked
Aug 12, 2015