Remember how, a little while ago, we said that we were giving away five sets of double tickets to this year's Comic Con Africa? Remember how, a little while ago, we said that you had to be in Johannesburg on a specific day in order to enter?
What, you might ask, would compel us to want to work on a long weekend? A little something known as Comic Con Africa 2019, which will be taking place from 21 September all the way through to 24 September. That's four whole days of the biggest, nerdiest convention-type stuff we've had the pleasure to immerse ourselves in. And, now, five sets of two people can come along
We've got another couple of Bluetooth speakers up for grabs, this time a pair of UE Boom 3 speakers from Ultimate Ears. We like the sound of that. Except for the bit where we're not eligible to enter. But hey, that means better odds for all of you.
It's been a busy month here at the Stuff offices. Nearly busy enough to make us forget that we're giving away three LG Bluetooth speakers to three lucky winners. That's one speaker each, rather than three speakers per winner. It's important to be clear up-front. It save yelling later on. Though, to be very correct, it's LG giving away the two Xboom Go PK3 and one Xboom Go PK5 speaker. We're just b...[Read More]
You can now get schwifty with your favourite Adult Swim characters and feature as a character in one of the upcoming Rick and Morty episodes.
What's that, we hear you cry? It's about bloody time? We're right there with you on this one. It's been far too long since Stuff had a fresh giveaway for its readers. But the drought has broken and we've got three Bluetooth speakers to give away to three winners. That's one each, not three each. Important distinction. Up for grabs? Two LG Xboom Go PK3 speakers, valued at R1,000 each, and one LG Xb...[Read More]
You know how this goes — someone gives us something to give away, and we give it away. With (almost) no strings attached. Our latest stringless wonder is a fine set of Netflix gift cards. Twenty of them, to be precise, worth R250 each. And we’re giving each one of them to a different winner, so they can Netflix and whatever for at least a month. Possibly two and a bit, if you’re ...[Read More]
We’ve seen more and more sorts of gift cards pitching up at the cash register. First it was iTunes, then it was Google’s Play Store. Later we started seeing cards for Showmax and Uber next to the Pick’n’Pay or CNA vouchers so it was only a matter of time before the likes of Netflix got into the act. And that’s because Netflix is an international service and South Afri...[Read More]
Gaming is growing around the world — whether it’s as a sport, a form of home entertainment, or a way of life, gamers of all stripes are steadily increasing their numbers. South Africa is no different, now playing host to several gaming events, from lifestyle to competitive. And here’s another one: Playtopia, an indie games and “playful media” event taking place in the...[Read More]
So you wanted a small computer? If that’s the case, you probably entered Stuff Magazine‘s Raspberry Pi 3 B+ Premium Kit giveaway that started a couple of weeks ago. And now the time has come for us to announce the winner of that little giveaway. Of course, if you didn’t enter then you aren’t eligible to win — because we can’t exactly give you a shot at this one ...[Read More]
Pi. The magic number. The explainer of circles. The most popular teeny tiny hobbyist computer system in existence, if it’s Raspberry-flavoured. The stuff of dreams, if your dream happens to be a very small home theatre PC or, if you have some programming talent and engineering skill, a very small orbital satellite. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could make someone’s dreams come true? ...[Read More]
You can’t have a bad hair day if you don’t have any hair. Apparently it’s just called a ‘bad day’ if you’re thinning a little on top. But if you’re one of those types with hair, be it on top of your skull or attached to your chin (or upper lip), you should probably be looking after it. Not because of its magical trouble-repelling properties, just because h...[Read More]