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This year's ICT retrenchments could be even worse than last year.
 
This year's ICT retrenchments could be even worse than last year.
Worsening outlook for local ICT jobs

Market watchers believe job cuts will affect hundreds of workers below management level this year.

Project Isizwe donates iPads

The iPads and free WiFi hotspots should enable students to gain access to online resources, says Project Isizwe CEO Alan Knott-Craig Jr.

The initiative, which is rolling out free WiFi in Tshwane, donates 25 Apple iPads to the city's top students.


Teraco plans major rollout after Barclays Africa funding

Teraco has undergone rapid expansion since it was established in 2008, when the South African telecoms market was deregulated.

The local data centre company secures R400 million in funding to further its infrastructure rollout plans.


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Unlike its predecessor, the Yoga 3 Pro’s new Intel Core M chip is unsuitable for heavy and processing intensive tasks.

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Home affairs rolls out over 1m smart IDs

As part of its modernisation programme, the Department of Home Affairs has issued more than one million smart ID cards in less than a year. 

ICT survey 2015

Rise of second tier smartphones

For at least the next two years, the SA market is going to present huge opportunities for second-tier brands like Huawei.

Google takes maps indoors in SA

The search giant's mapping technology is now available in several South African locations, such as airports.

Gartner predicts 4.9bn connected 'things' by 2015

By 2020, 250 million connected vehicles will enable new in-vehicle services and driving capabilities.

SA start-up heads to UK smart city project

Mellowcabs is among 12 initial finalists who will test their tech in a UK smart city development.

Apple profit sets global record

Record iPhone sales in the first quarter drive Apple to $18 billion profit.

Bytes, Inter-Active merger gets nod

The Competition Commission recommends the acquisition of Inter-Active Technologies by Bytes People Solutions be approved.

City of Joburg seeks entrepreneurs

The city wants tech-savvy entrepreneurs to enter the #Hack.Jozi Challenge and stand a chance to win a slice of R5 million in start-up support.

Salary survey 2015


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Deloitte's predictions for 2015 Including: the Internet of things, phone batteries, 3D printing and drones.

 

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Samsung Galaxy Alpha - Closed for business Compact, durable, lightweight. What is not to like?

 

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SA fails to make the grade ITWeb Brainstorm sets up an industry initiative to pool skills development projects and help alleviate the crisis.

 

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SA start-up heads to UK smart city project
Mellowcabs is among 12 initial finalists who will test their tech in a UK smart city development.
Gartner predicts 4.9bn connected 'things' by 2015
By 2020, 250 million connected vehicles will enable new in-vehicle services and driving capabilities.
R84bn smart city to encompass pervasive ICT
Modderfontein New City will be the first smart city in SA with services and systems designed into the fabric of the built environment.

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