He remains a committed father to their lovely daughter and regardless of how matters will unfold, his daughter will remain his top priority.” It’s hard to believe that just four years ago, the couple allowed YOU an exclusive glimpse into their married life, two years after tying the knot in 2010.Studies have shown that background apps can consume 30% of data.READ: How 30% of mobile data is wasted Many applications are designed to serve ads - which consume data - before they display content.In addition, the default installation profile for apps is often to run in the background, leading to battery drain and data usage as the programs make internet connections even when the screen is off.To limit data consumption on Android phones, go to Settings - allow you to set which apps are allowed to run at phone start-up and you can unload stubborn applications which run without your knowledge or permission.Cape Town – Mobile applications secretly running in the background of your phone cause South Africans to complain about disappearing data, says an industry association.The Wireless Application Service Providers' Association of SA (Waspa) says it receives complaints about so-called disappearing data attributed to applications that secretly run in the background of smartphones."Unmanaged data usage can easily deplete airtime balances when apps are automatically updating and fetching new content users haven't requested," said Waspa general manager, Ilonka Badenhorst."Our advice to mobile users is to disable automatic app updates in (their) settings," added Badenhorst.Not much has been said by both parties but Tumisho’s PR released a statement claiming that Zozibini took out the protection order against the actor after a family dispute.
Sunday World has reported that the former Top Billing presenter hit Zozibini Mtongana after she allegedly spread rumours about his supposed drug use, suggesting he is an alcoholic and “an irresponsible father”.
According to the paper, Tumisho “kicked his wife in the stomach, proceeded to slap her in the face, pulled her by her hair, hit her with an elbow and called her a b***h in a series of domestic violence episodes at their Dainfern, Joburg, home,” smashing her phone when she tried to call for help.