Nafisa Akabor has been covering consumer and business technology for more than eight years. Her work has been published in some of South Africa’s top publications, including TechCentral, Forbes Woman Africa, ITWeb, Marie Claire, Sawubona, and Women’s Health. Nafisa focuses on smartphones, tablets, apps, home entertainment, VR, as well as infotainment. She served as a judge for the MTN Business App of the Year awards in 2015.
Each year starts off with a bang in Las Vegas, which hosts the largest annual consumer electronics show in the world. We saw a plethora of TVs, robots, AI and typically weird and wacky gadgets at CES 2019, but it was... Read More
The I-Pace is Jaguar's first all-electric car, but as it has no proprietary recharging infrastructure in place in South Africa (where the newcomer will be launched in 2019), how does the Coventry-based premium... Read More
Another instalment of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas has come and gone, and for yet another year it was dominated by automotive brands. Cars.co.za tech correspondent Nafisa Akabor takes a look at... Read More
While sales volumes of full electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles remain small in South Africa, the recharge network has grown considerably. Let's have a look at just how many such facilities there are in... Read More
CES 2017 marked the show’s 50th anniversary, and while the automotive industry has been increasing its presence at the show over the years, this year, at least 9 of the somewhat largest car manufacturers... Read More
The Range Rover Evoque Convertible, branded as the "world’s first luxury compact SUV convertible" is now available in South Africa. It's arrived just in time for summer, but how much does making such... Read More
BMW South Africa has updated its 2016 7 Series line-up with new technologies, some of which are standard on all models.
The Munich-based company announced these updates earlier this week in Johannesburg,... Read More
Buying a smartphone today is no longer about the hardware; it all comes down to operating system preference. It’s easier to stick to a familiar interface, instead of starting from scratch with something... Read More
As car manufacturers step up the development of in-car infotainment systems and technology giants Apple and Google continue to make their presence felt, smartphone integration is set to become far more important in... Read More