Saturday, 24 September 2016
Here comes another hit banging single "Really wanna know" from star boy International newly signed act "Mr Eazi" featuring the chairman him self "Wizzy"... Enjoy.
Tuesday, 20 September 2016
Wishing The head admin/CEO of Joassycan Pro & City Alert Plus a wonderful Birthday greetings Today September 20th,2016. From all of us +JoassycanPro Com +Cityalert Plus +Creativeminds plus +worthstolendp di +industreet Night +Indoorfreestyle Ot we wish you a wonderful and happy Birthday now and more years to come, May the good God grant all your heart desires.
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Monday, 19 September 2016
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JPC Records Finest Act "Bebekingcan" Newest Single "Damilola" Music Video Drops soon, before then Enjoy the official trailer, Visual Directed by that fast rising Cinematographer in Africa Joassycan Pro.
PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma has been accused of breaking his oath of office by not signing the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC) Amendment Bill, with former finance minister Trevor Manuel saying that once Parliament has passed legislation, the president is required to assent to it unless there is a constitutional issue.
Parliament passed the FIC Amendment Bill in May, but it is now waiting for Zuma’s signature. The bill requires banks to perform enhanced due diligence on the "politically exposed", in line with international obligations.
But it has aroused ire in some ANC quarters and the Presidency said earlier in August that
However, Manuel questioned how an individual such as Manyi could "trump the votes" of more than 400 people in Parliament, and said the failure to sign the bill into law spoke to the "unravelling of SA’s democracy".
Manyi on Sunday said he had asked Zuma to refer the amendment bill to the Constitutional Court. "I have no problem with what this bill seeks to do; the only problem I have is the how," he said.
Manyi described Manuel’s comments as "nonsense", saying that when there was an objection the president was "forced" to take it into account. "This is why it’s not for the first time that a thing which has been sent to the president is returned to Parliament."
Asked whether he had received feedback from the president on his formal objection, Manyi said the fact that Zuma had not signed the bill was feedback enough.
Presidency spokesman Bongani Ngqulunga said Zuma was considering the petition by the PPF. The Presidency would not comment on Manuel’s statement.
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SOME of SA’s best known business people will spend billions over the next few years to launch a new, national, very high-speed data network, claiming the effort is an antidote to the negativity surrounding the country’s economic woes.
The group, which includes former FirstRand co-founder Paul Harris, tech-savvy former FNB CEO Michael Jordaan, and Design Indaba CEO Ravi Naidoo, aims to bring fibre-like speeds, initially to home users, bypassing the growing fashion for fibre-optic cable connections in SA’s richer suburbs.
It will not initially be a competitor to existing mobile operators, but will provide sim-enabled routers for home use until its national network is established.
"We are essentially an LTE start-up and a competitor to fibre and ADSL connections," Harris said.
Also part of the group is a consortium, the Multisource Group, which includes former MTN chief technology officer Phumlani Moholi and Brandon Leigh, both founders of Multisource, as well as management, including the CEO Duncan Simpson-Craib.
In 2015 it acquired WBS, the holding company of the iBurst and Broadlink businesses, which have about 400 base stations and related network infrastructure. The group intends extending that over the next five years to about 10,000 sites.
It will be building an national data network using technology commonly referred to as 4.5G, a precursor to 5G and by building this network, WBS claims it will be "at the forefront of 5G adoption globally when it occurs".
Network speeds vary according to usage and equipment, but Harris said the network should reach a high point of 200mb/s, and should consistently provide speeds of between 50 and 100 mb/s.
"We are very confident we will have good, consistent, fast performance," he said.
WBS is licensed by the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) and the new service will use WBS’s existing spectrum assignments in the 1800 MHz and 2,600MHz spectrum bands.
Building new operators in the face of giant, well established operators is ambitious, but Harris said the group had advantages over established operators. It is not building a 2G and 3G network, so it will not be constrained by legacy requirements and will be able to dedicate its entire spectrum assignment to high-speed bands for the provision of data.
"Bandwidth on the cell networks is a bit like a 10-lane highway, on which six are taken up by ox-wagons and trucks, leaving only the remainder for high-speed users. "Because we [are] focusing only on LTE, our entire effort will be devoted to high-speed traffic," Harris says.
Also, by focusing solely on data, it will ride the tide of the disruptive technologies dubbed the "internet of things".
Third, the new system has the advantage over fibre connections in that it can be moved around to the office, work, and even while travelling around SA.
The initiative "aligns perfectly" with the policy objectives set by the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services and Icasa of promoting competition in facilitating better access to faster and more affordable fixed and mobile broadband in SA.
The group is upbeat about the developmental and economic consequences of the network, claiming that "Investment in competing new-age networks will contribute to a precompetitive market environment to the benefit of customers."
"These next-generation networks will have a major impact on the economy, especially education and healthcare, which will increasingly be enabled by broadband," Harris said.
"This is a huge trend internationally. Our approach is to say, ‘why sit on the sidelines?’ The economic situation is what it is, and we won’t allow it to be a factor in not investing."
"It’s a smart play," says Stuff editor in chief Toby Shapshak. "WBS had enormous potential that it squandered with an initial poor technology choice — Wimax was overtaken by LTE — and bad customer engagement. But they’ve built the infrastructure that Multisource can now benefit from. "For as long as SA’s cellular data costs remain as high as they are, and data usage continues to replace voice calls as the primary revenue generator, new entrants like Multisource have a real shot at being a pure-play broadband player," Shapshak said.
"They also have an enviable business brains trust, who have the right kind of experience in telecoms and understand the importance of customer service."
City Alert plus: Celebrating one of the living Legend we have in Africa,
Innocent Ujah Idibia better known by his stage name 2face Idibia, or 2Baba, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter, record producer and entrepreneur.
Today September 18th 2016, mark another year for our music Icon, "2baba" the topic on all social media across the whole Africa continent today, From all of us @cityalertplus we are wishing you more birthday to come, more hits upon hits and many more awards to come.
Enjoy your day 2 baba.
Sunday, 18 September 2016
Koko Master Dbanj Performed and also introduced our very own Black son Bolo Jay of Gforce Records on stage. "Danshiki Night at Moloko Pretoria" Cap
I am very sure that artiste like Bola Jay will go far and also last in the industry, Its amazed all their fanz when Bolo Jay called D'banj his mentor and also appreciate him for coming.
I guess fanz should be expecting a collaboration from the living legend D'banj and our very own fast rising International artiste Bolo Jay who already worked with Davido, Uhuru, Olamide, Vector, among other super stars.