Weekly Round Up #51: SONA, Twitter Q4 results, French giant AXA buys stake at AIG, Quantum Break

Welcome to Weekly Roundup, our podcast discussing the latest tech trends, innovation and news from the last few days.

This week on BurnCast, Senior Reporter Stuart Thomas talks to Gearburn Editor Andy Walker and Reporters Jacques Coetzee and Graham van der Made.

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The team talks about the SONA hitting all the right notes on social media whilst Jacob Zuma hit all the wrong ones in his speech, Twitter’s Q4 2015 earnings, French insurance giant AXA buying an eight percent stake in Africa Internet Group (AIG), one of the continent’s largest ecommerce players, for over €75-million (over US$83-million) and Quantum Break PC release.

The team speaks about what they are watching, reading and listening to. Jacques is hooked on a Netflix original series, Andy is playing many games he cannot talk about, Stu is listening to Serial podcast and Graham is watching Deadpool this weekend (Jacques is not impressed that he read the reviews).

And the Tweet of the week, for the second week in a row, has something to do with the South African president, Jacob Zuma, offering to pay back the money.

Read more below:

#SONA2016 looks set to smash 2015’s massive social media traction

Twitter Q4 results: revenue on the up even as user growth stagnates

French insurance giant buys into African ecommerce in $83m deal

Quantum Break receiving PC release, Xbox One bundles, free Alan Wake games

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