Archive for Lipiec, 2012

DCC announces the availability of WD’s next generation My Passport portable 2TB hard drives

By admin, 31 lipca, 2012, No Comment

The first 2.5 inch external hard drive available in a 2TB capacity

Distributor Drive Control Corporation (DCC) is now stocking Western Digital’s (WD) refreshed range of My Passport external hard drives that are sleek, feature specially-engineered scratch and fingerprint resistant casings and most importantly, are now available in 500GB, 1TB and a whopping 2TB capacity.  The My Passport external drives feature ultra-fast USB 3.0 connectivity; USB 2.0 compatibility; WD SmartWare continuous, automatic backup software and WD Security for password protection and hardware encryption.

Says Zandré Rudolph, Retail Business Unit Manager at DCC: “The continuous creation of digital content is driving the need for more storage coupled with mobility and convenience.  This has become apparent not just because of the amount of data, but also the increasing quality of data such as High Definition (HD) videos. The WD My Passport drive meets these digital demands of a content driven market with its high storage capacity and small and appealing form factor.”

The ultra portable My Passport drives afford consumers plenty of secure storage for all their photos, videos, music and other important files, in an amazing, pocket-sized enclosure. The included software offers the flexibility to customise the drive to a user’s storage preferences: installing all features; just the components needed; or using the drive without the software.

Adds Rudolph, “The two year limited warranty on these units, together with their added security and flexibility features, is evidence of WD’s commitment to providing reliable, quality products.  Consumers can confidently backup, store and carry their entire digital lives around in style; peace of mind for busy consumers on the go.”

The My Passport drives are available in black and silver at selected retailers for recommended retail prices of: 500GB- R999, 1TB –R1299, 2TB-R2499.  All prices are inclusive of V.A.T

For more information visit www.drivecon.net or contact:

Editorial Contacts

Zandré Rudolph

Retail Business Unit Manager

DCC

Tel: 011 201 8927

Email: zandrer@drivecon.net

CommProve Signs Distributor Agreement with Jasco Group

By admin, 31 lipca, 2012, No Comment

CommProve, a leading provider of network monitoring and business solutions for mobile networks, is today announcing a distributor agreement with the Jasco Group in Africa.

Jasco Group focuses on three vertical segments: ICT, Industry and Energy solutions and the company has a national footprint across Africa. “Africa is a very important market for us and we’re pleased to be partnering with Jasco with their extensive experience in the region,” said Dr. Lars Pedersen, CommProve CEO. “Today’s announcement is a demonstration of our commitment to Africa and we look forward to working with Jasco to further support our customers as needed.”

“CommProve is a leader in real-time monitoring solutions and we’re excited to be signing the agreement with them to support mobile network operators more widely in the region,” said Mark van Vuuren, MD of Jasco ICT.

CommProve’s portfolio includes its real-time data acquisition and mediation platform, CommProve NetLedge as well as the CommProve Insight application suite which collects and analyzes network usage information and integrates it with business rules and subscriber data to enable operators to maximize both customer satisfaction and profitability.

Click here for more information about CommProve’s partner program.

Science & Technology in the spotlight as South Africa marks National Science Week 2012

By admin, 31 lipca, 2012, No Comment

The Minister of Science & Technology Naledi Pandor, the German Ambassador to South Africa, Dr Horst Freitag, Swiss Ambassador to South Africa Mr Christian Meuwly and the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Johannesburg, Prof Ihron Rensburg,  were just some of the dignatories present at the launch of the 2012 National Science Week at the University of Johannesburg’s Soweto Campus earlier today. The launch was attended by at least 6-thousand learners from schools in the Gauteng Province.

Aptly themed, “The Role of Science & Technology in Economic Development”, National Science Week confirms the Department’s contribution to the gradual transformation of South Africa’s resource-based economy to a knowledge economy.

Speaking at the launch, Minister Pandor said, “It’s no doubt that Science and Technology have changed the world tremendously and countries that excel in the sector become powerful players in the economy of the world. The onus is therefore on every country to establish how it wants to positions itself. Recent developments, such as the bid to host the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) as well as the collaboration with European Organisation for Nuclear Research, CERN who along with South African scientists including those from the University of Johannesburg generated a world-wide interest in science and the possibilities it offers for humanity. This advanced South Africa’s efforts in this regard and positions South Africa as a force to be reckoned with.

“We are convinced that since South Africa and its other eight African partner countries will be hosting the majority of the SKA dishes, we will soon be that place on the global map that provides answers about the early history of the universe, about , dark matter and gravity” she said.

Professor Ihron Rensburg, Vice-Chancellor and Principal of the University of Johannesburg says,

“Science and Technology are the differentiators between countries that are able to tackle poverty effectively by growing and developing the economy and those that are not. The extent to which developing economies emerge as economic powerhouses depends on their ability to grasp and apply insights from science and technology and use them creatively. Innovation is the primary driver of technological growth and living standards. The University is proud to partner with the Department of Science and Technology in this regard.

Professor Rensburg continues, “In biomedical engineering, we have developed advanced image processing techniques to better diagnose tuberculosis. UJ engineers have developed advanced artificial intelligence techniques that use microarray data for diagnosis of leukaemia and a rapid prototyping infrastructure used in the design and manufacture of an operational aircraft engine for Adept Technology. Our Laser Research Centre is leading efforts to investigate the field of phototherapy with specific emphasis on Low Intensity Laser Irradiation as applied to diabetic wound healing; Photodynamic Therapy used as a therapeutic modality for cancer; and the augmentation of stem cells as applied to regenerative medicine.”

National Science Week 2012 coincides with the United Nations International Year of sustainable energy for all. National Science Week celebrations will be conducted in collaboration with higher education institutions and science councils countrywide.

Those wishing to participate in the NSW activities information is available on the department’s Facebook page www.facebook/National Science WeekSA or they can follow @ScienceWeekSA on Twitter using the hashtag #NSW2012. Vodacom Live! customers can find more information on South Africa’s own social networking site Chomi.

It’s all in your hands: Konica Minolta’s new bizhub C654/C754 colour MFP series arriving in September 2012

By admin, 31 lipca, 2012, No Comment

Bidvest company, Konica Minolta South Africa is proud to announce the upcoming availability of its new colour multifunctional products (MFPs), the bizhub C654/C754 series. The new series focuses on usability in every respect and sets new standards in individual user convenience and customisation.

The new office printers feature Konica Minolta’s INFO-Palette design, a touch screen interface with a wealth of functions allowing more advanced accessibility and making work more fun than ever before. The products also offer a broad range of smart applications and software to enhance their productivity, coupled with fast speed and superior colour quality output.

As the company’s newest generation of office systems, the bizhub C654 and bizhub C754 also give users a multitude of functions and possibilities with a simple touch. The bright nine-inch colour touch screen features multi-touch functionality with the intuitive “touch-and-swipe” interface that is well known from smartphones and tablet PCs. With simplified menus and customisable icons, users have it all in their hands – and work faster and smarter than before.

The devices are always ready for the next job thanks to their fast warm-up time of approximately 22 seconds, high-speed printing and long-lasting consumables. With fast output speeds of up to 60 ppm in colour and 75 ppm in black and white for the bizhub C754, and 60 ppm in colour and 65 ppm in black and white for the bizhub C654, this new series can produce customised, full-colour content in-house and on-demand, saving both time and money.

The new bizhub series also includes standard dual scanning. The document feeder achieves a scanning speed of up to 180ipm, scanning both sides of the original. Even mixed originals of different sizes as well as a mix of single- and double-sided prints can be scanned with maximum efficiency. The devices filter blank pages automatically during the scanning process.

The remarkably eco-friendly design and concern for power saving, waste reduction and the use of eco materials in their construction underline the bizhub C654/C754’s advanced “green” usability. New features like the dynamic eco timer, which analyses working conditions and automatically adjusts sleep mode and ready timings, contribute especially to the ecological and economical performance of the devices.

“Even though new technologies offer plenty of new possibilities for more efficient office environments, the increasing number of devices required and the long lists of features can easily have the opposite effect. So one of the focus areas for the development of the new bizhub C654/C754 series was overall usability,” says Andrew Griffith, product manager for office products at Konica Minolta South Africa. “The new menu structure, icon-based description, multi-touch operation and customisation options will enable users to use them intuitively and make work more fun with the overall functionality of the bizhub C654 and C754.”

Xerox positioned as a leader in IDC MarketScape report

By admin, 31 lipca, 2012, No Comment

Xerox has been positioned as a leader in the IDC MarketScape: US, Networked Multifunction Peripherals for the Distributed Office 2012 Vendor Analysis report, for having one of the most complete multifunction printer (MFP) portfolios in the industry.

The report also recognised Xerox as one of the first to implement a services-led approach to the market – integrating workflows and business processes while supporting broader document-based solutions beyond print.

The report analyses MFP vendors and delivers an overview of competitive fitness. It highlighted Xerox’s wide range of colour and monochrome devices that serve customers from small businesses to large enterprises.

“Xerox demonstrated strengths in all of the key factors we identify to ensure MFP market success,” said Keith Kmetz, vice president, Hardcopy Peripherals Solutions and Services, IDC. “This indicates that customers are looking for qualities beyond a product with their MFP vendors, such as pricing that fits their requirements and a services model that will drive value-added differentiation.”

“Xerox has maintained its leadership position in the MFP market, by providing the document industry’s broadest portfolio of offerings,” says Rabin Ram, Xerox MD at Bytes Document Solutions, the authorised Xerox distributor in sub-Saharan Africa and a division of Bytes Technology Group. “This includes colour and black-and-white desktop printers, office multifunction systems and services to help customers meet all their printing needs.”

Ram says the company has kept pace with innovations that help clear the path between paper and digital content, cut through the clutter and make information relevant. Among these is Xerox’s Extensible Interface Platform allows businesses to build software that can perform complex, unique tasks directly from a Xerox MFP touch screen.

Kaspersky Lab Experts Provide a Detailed Analysis of the ‘Madi’ Info-stealing Malware

By admin, 27 lipca, 2012, No Comment

On the 17th of July 2012, Kaspersky Lab and Seculert announced the discovery of Madi, an on-going cyber-espionage campaign in the Middle East. The Madi attackers infected more than 800 victims in Iran, Israel, Afghanistan, and other countries across the globe with a malicious info-stealing Trojan, which is delivered via social engineering schemes, to carefully selected targets.

Today Kaspersky Lab’s experts published a detailed technical analysis of the info-stealing malware used by the Madi attackers. The analysis provides technical examples and explanations of each primary function of the info-stealing Trojan, and details how it’s installed on an infected machine, logs keystrokes, communicates with the C&Cs, steals and exfiltrates data, monitors communications, records audio, and captures screenshots.

Summary Findings:

  • Overall, the components of the Madi campaign are unsophisticated despite the high infection count of more than 800 victims.
  • The development of the Madi info-stealing Trojan was an extremely rudimentary approach based on the attackers’ coding style, programming techniques and poor use of Delphi.
  • Most of the info-stealers’ actions and communications with the C&C servers occur through external files, which is a disorganised and elementary way of coding in Delphi.
  • Despite the crude coding of the malware, the high-profile victims were infected by the info-stealing Trojan by being tricked with social engineering schemes deployed by the Madi attackers.
  • The Madi campaign demonstrates that even low quality malware can still successfully infect and steal data, so users should be increasingly careful of suspicious emails.
  • No advanced exploit techniques or zero-days are used anywhere in the malware, which makes the overall success of the campaign very surprising.
  • Madi was a low investment campaign regarding its developmental and operational efforts, however its return on investment was high considering the number of infected victims and amount of exfiltrated data.
  • Although the malware had some unusual characteristics inside it, there is no solid evidence that points to who its authors are.

To read the full analysis of Madi’s info-stealing malware, please visit http://www.securelist.com/en/analysis/204792237/The_Madi_infostealers_a_detailed_analysis

Most (72%) Global Citizens plan to watch Olympics, especially Track and Field (20%) and Soccer (20%)

By admin, 27 lipca, 2012, No Comment

Ipsos survey reveals global interest in the Olympic Games.

As the world anxiously awaits the start of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, a new survey indicates that almost three quarters (72%) of residents of 24 countries plan to watch at least some part of the events this year. The poll by global research company Ipsos, on behalf of Reuters News, finds that viewers intend to watch on television sets (65%), the Internet (23%), their smartphones (6%) and tablets (4%).

Global citizens appear especially interested in following track and field (20%) and soccer (20%) most closely, followed by swimming (16%), gymnastics (14%), volleyball (5%), tennis (5%), basketball (4%), boxing (3%) and cycling (2%).

The poll of 18,623 respondents in 24 countries finds that interest in the Games is high, with six in ten (62%) reporting they are interested in the Games (22% strongly, 40% somewhat) and only 37% reporting they are not (24% not very interested, 13% not at all interested). However, a sizeable minority (37%) indicate they are ‘worried that a terrorist attack will happen during the Olympic Games” .

The World Will Be Watching

Seven in ten (72%) global citizens “plan to watch part of the 2012 Summer Olympics this year” – and at least half of the respondents in each country surveyed – while 13% have not decided yet and 15% do not plan to watch.

Three-quarters (75%) of South Africans plan to watch the Olympic Games.

Those from China (92%), South Korea (91%), India (90%), Mexico (86%) and Brazil (84%) are most likely to say they will watch the Olympics. Least likely to watch the games are those from Belgium (50%), Germany (54%), France (54%), Great Britain (61%), Hungary (66%), Canada (66%) and Sweden (66%).

Do you have plans to watch the Olympic games?

How They Plan to Watch…

The Olympics will be watched on a variety of platforms. Most commonly, respondents indicate they will watch on television sets (65%) but they will also be using newer technologies to catch the Games: one quarter will do so on the Internet (23%) and one in twenty on their mobile devices (6%) or tablets (4%). Those from Mexico (82%) are most likely to watch on a TV, followed by those from South Korea (80%), Brazil (79%) and India (75%), while those from Belgium (48%), Saudi Arabia (49%), Germany (50%) and France (52%) are least likely to.

Residents of China are most likely to being watching via less traditional technologies. In fact, nearly the entire respondent base (94%) from China indicated so: 67% will watch on the Internet, 16% on their mobile phones and 11% on a tablet. Similarly, majorities in India (89%) will watch via these platforms: 50% online, 24% on phones and 15% on tablets. The countries next in line follow at some distance: South Korea (58% online, mobile and tablet combined), Saudi Arabia (54%) and Turkey (43%). Less than one in five of those in Belgium (14%), Italy (14%), Germany (15%), Australia (16%) and France (16%) will watch on these less traditional platforms. Interestingly, one in twenty ‘strongly agree’ they will download a mobile app in order to watch the Games live (5%) and to get updates on the Games (5%). Another one in seven might do so; 15% ‘somewhat agree’ they will download one for watching while 16% ‘somewhat agree’ they will download one for getting updates.

In South Africa 72% will watch the Games on television, while 15% state they will be watching on the Internet. Only 6% of South Africans would watch on their mobile phones whereas 5% state they will watch on tablets.  Almost a fifth (17%) will download an app to watch the games and 22% say they’ll download an app to keep them updated on the Games.

What They Want to See: Global Focus on Track and Field, Soccer…

Global citizens interested in the Olympics report the sports they plan to follow most closely are track and field (20%) and soccer (20%), followed by swimming (16%), gymnastics (14%), volleyball (5%), tennis (5%), basketball (4%), boxing (3%) and cycling (2%).

 

Top Three Sports Around the World

 

Which sport will you follow most closely in this year’s summer Olympic games …

Total

Track and field

Soccer

Swimming

20%

20%

16%

Argentina

Soccer

Gymnastics

Basketball

38%

12%

13%

Australia

Swimming

Track and field

Gymnastics

40%

18%

12%

Belgium

Track and field

Tennis

Gymnastics

36%

17%

9%

Brazil

Volleyball

Gymnastics

Soccer

23%

17%

16%

Canada

Gymnastics

Swimming

Track and field

22%

19%

18%

China

Gymnastics

Track and field

Swimming

21%

18%

14%

France

Track and field

Swimming

Gymnastics

42%

10%

10%

Germany

Track and field

Soccer

Swimming

43%

16%

12%

Great Britain

Track and field

Gymnastics

Swimming

40%

13%

10%

Hungary

Swimming

Some other sport

Soccer

44%

21%

10%

India

Tennis

Gymnastics

Soccer

22%

13%

11%

Indonesia

Soccer

Some other sport

Swimming

49%

12%

10%

Italy

Track and field

Swimming

Soccer

30%

25%

18%

Japan

Soccer

Track and field

Swimming

30%

20%

17%

Mexico

Soccer

Gymnastics

Swimming

30%

24%

17%

Poland

Track and field

Volleyball

Soccer

30%

27%

16%

Russia

Soccer

Gymnastics

Track and field

27%

21%

18%

Saudi Arabia

Soccer

Swimming

Track and field

36%

15%

12%

South Africa

Track and field

Gymnastics

Swimming

33%

31%

14%

South Korea

Soccer

Swimming

Some other sport

41%

30%

9%

Spain

Soccer

Track and field

Gymnastics

21%

20%

16%

Sweden

Track and field

Soccer

Swimming

62%

14%

7%

Turkey

Track and field

Soccer

Swimming

28%

20%

17%

United States

Gymnastics

Swimming

Track and field

32%

19%

13%

South Africans are most keen on track and field (33%), gymnastics (31%) and swimming (14%)

Interest is Strong…

A majority of global citizens (62%) report they are interested in the Games (22% strongly, 40% somewhat) while only 37% reporting they are not (24% not very interested, 13% not at all interested). Interest appears highest in India (85%), China (82%), South Korea (78%) and Mexico (76%) and lowest in Italy (52%), Great Britain (50%), Germany (49%) and Belgium (45%). It is noteworthy that the Games are so popular around the world that more people intend to watch (72%) than actually express a definitive interest (62%).

In South Africa, just over a fifth (21%) state that they are very interested and the biggest chuck (45%) stating that they are somewhat interested. Almost a quarter (23%) are is? not very interested and 7% not at all interested.

…But Fear of Terrorism Lurks

Almost four in every ten (38%) agree they are ‘worried that a terrorist attack will happen during the Olympic Games’ (8% strongly, 29% somewhat) same issue as before – these 2 figures do not add to 38% while a majority of global citizens (63%) disagree (28% strongly, 35% somewhat). Those appearing most nervous about the possibility of a terrorist attack this summer are from Mexico (54% ‘agree’), India (51%), Spain (50%) and China (48%) while those least nervous appear to be from Poland (21%), France (23%), Hungary (24%) and South Africa (27%). 

 

I am worried that a terrorist attack will happen during the Olympic Games

These are some of the findings of an Ipsos Global @dvisor poll conducted between on behalf of Reuters News. The survey instrument is conducted monthly in 24 countries via the Ipsos Online Panel system.

Interviews are conducted online and in South Africa, the percentages are representative of the

online population in our country.

The countries reporting herein are Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and the United States of America. An international sample of 18,623 adults aged 18-64 in the US and Canada, and age 16-64 in all other countries, were interviewed between June 5 –19. Approximately 1000+ individuals participated on a country by country basis with the exception of Argentina, Belgium, Indonesia, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden and Turkey, where each have a sample 500+. Weighting was then employed to balance demographics and ensure that the sample’s composition reflects that of the adult population according to the most recent country Census data and to provide results intended to approximate the sample universe. In China, India and South Africa the samples are slightly more educated and have a higher household income compared to the average citizen. A survey with an unweighted probability sample of this size and a 100% response rate would have an estimated margin of error of +/-3.1 percentage points for a sample of 1,000 and an estimated margin of error of +/- 4.5 percentage points for a sample of 500 19 times out of 20 per country of what the results would have been had the entire population of the specifically aged adults in that country been polled.

The virtual classroom is here, and it’s affordable, says Intel

By admin, 27 lipca, 2012, No Comment

Imagine an ideal world where your child receives her education at a school unaffected by the text book crisis schools in the Limpopo province recently faced. Imagine a world where a shortage of textbooks no longer is a factor, because children conformed to innovation in technology.

As with anything in life, education and schools are moving towards the high tech world of the 21st Century. Or perhaps they should if they’re not already, says Intel South Africa’s country manager Videsha Proothveerajh.

“The truth is that when a society embraces education through technology, the child’s future is immediately so much brighter. That child has been readied for a life on the right side of this barrier called the digital divide we are trying so desperately to close,” says Proothveerajh.

“I believe learners at all levels deserve the best chance they can get, when they get the best start to a successful career and life. Easy access to technology can do this. However, parents and schools often struggle to afford this seemingly luxury necessity,” she says. “So we set out to look at ways to overcome this obstacle.”

She goes on to explain that when you look at the popularity of the mobile phone in Africa, you start to notice a trend – these technology devises are mostly accessed via prepaid airtime while sms or data bundles make it even more affordable. “And that is how we want to continue to connect the next third billion of technology users. We at Intel pooled efforts with Vodacom, Samsung and Makro, and the educational bundle was born,” she says proudly.

“Now parents or educational institutions such as schools and universities can buy a very attractive package at a retail outlet such as Makro. It comes loaded with free pre-installed education software, Britannica 2012 Encyclopedia, Professor Teaches Office 2012 and Windows 7, discounted broadband connectivity, Microsoft Home and Student bundle and free fun content and eBooks that can be accessed by Intel AppUp,” Proothveerajh explains.

“As a champion of the Good/Better/Best model, we literally rendered our core business – powering devices – to the next logical step to provide our school learners and students with everything inside a device they need to further their education and be part of the online community,” ends Proothveerajh.

Warranty repair centres are not as good as they say they are – The Notebook Company

By admin, 27 lipca, 2012, No Comment

Repair centres – many of which handle warranty repairs for brand name products – are often “too slow, and not as good as they purport to be”, said Christopher Riley, CEO of notebook and accessories retailer, The Notebook Company, which manages the Laptop.co.za  and Notebook.co.za online retail sites.

The Notebook Company has recently come under fire from some corners for steadfastly importing the iPad tablets, while not being an authorized distributor for Apple. Despite this, The Notebook Company was the first company to introduce the very first iPad into SA – and was also the first to import the much-vaunted New iPad better known as the  iPad 3 .  While other vendors – including the local Apple distributor – were unable to get their hands on product, The Notebook Company continued to lead the pack, finding a way to provide its clients with the popular iPads.

“We have always made it quite clear to our clients that we are not official Apple distributors. However, we have offered them our own warranty and, at the end of the day, if we are unable to repair a unit, we simply do a swap-out with a similar priced and featured model –  this has happened a few times – Apples also go faulty – much less than other brands in my experience,” said Riley.

Riley said while The Notebook Company is not an official Apple distributor, he believes his current service levels are “arguably on par with the Local Apple warranty, or even better, and definitely better than most other major brand’s third party repair centres”.

These might be brave words, but so far The Notebook Company has been able to put its money where its mouth is.

Samsung Electronics South Africa warns consumers of a ‘Win a Car with Samsung’ Hoax

By admin, 27 lipca, 2012, No Comment

Samsung Electronics South Africa is warning consumers of a false competition and hoax that has come to the brand’s attention. This hoax is falsely using the Samsung name in an aim to entice consumers to deposit a ‘refundable’ insurance fee, before they can claim the prize of a 2012 Model Ford Fiesta vehicle.

In line with this hoax, consumers are receiving letters, informing them that they have won a 2012 Model Ford Fiesta in an ongoing SAMUSNG MOBILE random selection lotto. However, in order to receive the vehicle, consumers need to pay a fee for car and e-toll registration as well as insurance, amounting to the value of R2 970. The letter states that once payment is made, the vehicle will be delivered in a maximum of 72 working hours.

Says Michelle Potgieter, Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications at Samsung Electronics South Africa: “Samsung South Africa is not running any such competition in association with Ford. This competition is a hoax and we therefore encourage consumers to not act on receipt of such a letter, but to rather report this immediately to Inspector Elvis Hlungweni at the Randburg Police Station on telephone number 011 449 9055 using case number 689/7/2012. Alternatively, consumers can contact Samsung’s call centre on 0860 726 786.”

Samsung South Africa has raised this matter with the SAPS and has been in discussion with Ford, to ensure that this matter can be effectively investigated. “Samsung South Africa takes such hoaxes very seriously to ensure that the South African consumer is protected as best as possible from such falsities,” adds Potgieter.

Consumers should be advised that all competitions and promotions undertaken by Samsung Electronics South Africa will always be displayed on the company’s web site (www.samsung.co.za).

“As always, we urge consumers to verify uncertain competition details through our official web site or alternatively, to contact the Samsung Electronics South Africa call centre (0860 726 786). This will safeguard consumers from divulging personal information or from undue fees paid, as a result of these types of scams,” concludes Potgieter.

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