Media Interviews

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Ramon Thomas has completed over 500 media interviews in South Africa, Germany and United States. Here’s a selection of those interviews with links to online archives where available. To set up an interview with Ramon Thomas, contact his office today.

August 2016

June 2016

  • Destiny Man interview on Internet dating, page 89

May 2013

  • Radio Islam radio interview on what happens to your digital profiles after you die, 1 May

March 2013

February 2013

January 2013

  • Weekend Post article on Sexting

February 2012

  • Weekend Post, Saturday, 9 February 2013
  • Radio 2000 interview with Angela Ludek

January 2012

  • Weekend Post

May 2012

  • Cosmopolitan magazine interview for Wedding supplement in August 2012
  • Telephone interview with Daily Dispatch on Facebook abuse

March 2010

  • Interview with Radio RSG about increase in Phishing incident before FIFA Worldcup in South Africa.
  • The Citizen Saturday: The Psychology of Celebrity

May 2008

February 2008

January 2008

December 2007

August 2007

July 2007

  • CNBC Africa interview
  • Move! Magazine

June 2007

  • Reader’s Digest
  • SAFM
  • 702 with Tom London

May 2007

  • Friday, 4 May: 3Talk with Noeleen: Where do South Africans Meet Their Partners?

April 2007

  • Thursday, 26 April: Rights & Recourse: Policing the Internet

March 2007

  • Friday, 23 March: eTV Morning Edition: Internet Cafe industry
  • Before You Try SMS Dating, Cosmopolitan page 66
  • You can find love online, Fair Lady page 54, 55, 56

February 2007

January 2007

December 2006

November 2006

September 2006

August 2006

February 2006

2005:

2004

 
  • Please get to me. You can be a key on our S Africa movement. Our project can compliment you in many ways.

     
  • Spike

    You seem to be more one the psycho analytical side of technology. In this respect please comment on the psychosis that went into granting a very important tech. project – requiring serious thought in terms of scalability and architectural decisions – to an un accomplished co. with out a track record like Tasima?

    Looking at their portfolio of Clients, they list, Provincial Govt. of this, Municipality of that, etc… Which all boils down to their one and only Client – which they have defragmented on their website – which is the government.

    Any thoughts?