Hosting local has never been so lekker.

We’ve just upgraded our shared Web Hosting packages to include unlimited traffic (bandwidth) – it’s like uncapped Internet for your Hosting.

Unlike other ISPs who’ve recently launched this service, we’ve kept all the original package features like the number of databases and email accounts to add real value. Why should customers lose out? (more…)

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The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has opened up the Internet and by introducing future of the Domain Name System – generic top level domains (gTLDs). Aside from the 22 generic TLDs currently in existence, which are the .com, . net, .org, and so forth; and the 250 country codes, “established” companies now have the option to customise their domain needs, for example www.cloudservers.rsaweb.

ICANN identifies “established” companies as:

“Established corporations, organisations, or institutions in good standing may apply for a new gTLD. Applications from individuals or sole proprietorships will not be considered. Applications from or on behalf of yet-to-be formed legal entities, or applications presupposing the future formation of a legal entity (for example, a pending Joint Venture) will not be considered.” (more…)

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We’ve got great news for our ADSL customers on 512k lines – your line is in the process of being upgraded to 1MB! The automatic upgrade is already underway – so sit back, relax, and watch your Internet speed soar.

Even better news for our ADSL customers on 512k lines who have their line rental registered and managed with us – we’re lowing the price! You’ll now pay only R299 per month for your line rental. This price decrease is effective as of 1 June 2011.

Previously, customers were paying R326 for their 512k lines, but with the line upgrade and the price reduction, customers will now only pay R299 per month for a 1MB line – faster internet, lower price! (more…)

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Team RSAWEB rider, Robert Quinn, secured two gold medals at the SA Road Championships held in Port Elizabeth this past weekend. Competing in the 30 – 34 age category, Rob dominated in both the Time Trial and Road Race.

Team RSAWEB’s celebrations continued with Edward Green taking 5th place (U23) in the Time Trial and 6th in the Road Race; Carl Pasio taking 7th (Elites) place in the Time Trial; and Neville Cragg securing 4th place (Sub Vet category) in the Road Race.

An overall impressive showing at the SA Road Championships for Team RSAWEB – Nice to know that we’ve got some of South Africa’s fastest riders in our team.


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If you haven’t heard by now… rock legends and mega-band U2 is a mere 14 days from touching down in Cape Town, the second part of the South African leg of their internationally renowned 360˚Tour! In 2010, tickets sold out in a matter of hours, but the question remains: did you manage to get yours in time?

If not, don’t fret it. We’ve got four sets of double tickets for the Cape Town concert (18 February 2011 at the Cape Town Stadium) in hand, and we’re giving them away to four dedicated fans. To stand a chance at winning one of these sets of tickets, all you have to do is post a comment/photo on our Facebook page stating why you deserve the tickets. The four comments/photos that receive the most ‘likes’ from our facebook fanpage members, walk away with the tickets. It’s that simple.

Winners will be announced on Wednesday, 16 February 2011. Don’t forget – you need to ‘like’ our Facebook page in order to post something on our wall.


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Guilty of #socialnotworking?

January 28, 2011

It’s Summer, it’s Friday and it’s pay day (for some), three things conducive to a potentially social NOTworking day!

For today’s Freebie Friday, we’re giving away these super sexy #socialnotworking Geek Gear tees to two lucky twitter followers or facebook fans. So, you want it? Just ask for it by sending us a tweet or dropping us a comment on our facebook wall. The selection of winners is totally random, but a quirky comment which makes you standout from the crowd could be advantageous.

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DSL price cuts, & DSL news

January 26, 2011

As bandwidth becomes more readily available in South Africa, consumers of DSL products will continue to reap the benefits of falling DSL prices and innovative DSL products in 2011.

To kick off the year, we’ve got some good news for those looking for cheaper DSL and those who are existing DSL customers.

Super DSL prices cut by up to 50%!

Our Super DSL prices have been reduced, offering quality broadband access for as little as R15p/GB, and 1GB top-ups for R29/GB! It should be noted that this drop in price in no way affects the quality of our Super DSL products, which remain fully supported by our dedicated Helpdesk and still provide advanced features like port locking and usage statistics. (more…)

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All real geeks and Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz will tell you: there’s no place like

To kick off a new year of our Freebie Friday giveaways, we’re giving away this marvelous tee which shows that is where the geek’s heart is.

ou want it? Just ask for it! Simply tweet us or post a message on our facebook fan wall. We’ll randomly select 1 chicka and 1 dude who ask us for the tee and courier it right to your door.

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With an almost perfect day in Cape Town, hundreds of enthusiastic cyclists turned up for the opening race of the PCL Summer League series. The Cape Cobra was bound to be an exciting race as most of the riders were out to test their fresh legs after a festive season of relaxation and good eating. Due to the South African Championships being held earlier this year (first week of February), top athletes from around the country came out to gain some valuable racing experience, and to see what sort of form the other cyclists were in. Two new teams to the peloton, Team RSAWEB and Team Brothers Sport, brought a new and interesting dynamic to the race. Both these teams were well represented and resulted in a more distributed load in team strengths.

The Cape Cobra is a well known race and is considered as one of the toughest road races in the Western Cape. The 85km race started at Reddam House School in Constantia and took riders over some of the most challenging climbs along the Cape Peninsula. (more…)

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