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USAASA has turned around for the better, says CEO Zami Nkosi.
USAASA has turned around for the better, says CEO Zami Nkosi.
USAASA turnaround pays off, says CEO

The Universal Service and Access Agency is delivering more and has put a check on the abuse of funds, says CEO Zami Nkosi.

Ford creates app for efficient assembly line

Ford has developed a wearable device for its factory workers, which reduces human error by 7%.

Ford Motor Company has developed a wearable device for factory workers, which speeds up manufacturing and reduces human error.

Outa accuses Sanral call centre of misrepresentation

Sanral says it is \

Electronic Toll Collection says the distortion of the true facts "is starting to wear thin" after Outa's latest e-tolls allegations.

KaChing enables cashless, ticketless parking

The KaChing parking service will go live at The Pavilion in Durban and Thrupps Illovo Centre in Johannesburg by March.

The app service will soon be available at The Pavilion in Durban and Thrupps in Johannesburg shopping centres.

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ITWeb Governance, Risk and Compliance Summit 2016

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SA has too many laws that are too complex and are difficult to comply with, says Michalsons' John Giles. The lowdown on the cyber security Bill The legislation is needed to protect the country against cyber crime, but in its current state is too legalistic and complicated, says an attorney.

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Sanral admits toll plaza double-billing glitch

The anomaly is caused by e-tag holders mistakenly using lanes that accept both cash and e-tags payments, the roads agency says.

Blue Label rallies on earnings prediction

Blue Label Telecoms says interim earnings could rise as much as 27% due to organic growth and an expanded customer base.

Govt begins R15m fuel cell tech study

The feasibility study will focus on identifying particular components that can be manufactured for fuel cell units.

SA researchers help discover hidden galaxies

Local scientists play a big part in the discovery of 883 galaxies, about half of which had never been seen before.

Twitter disappoints as user growth hits wall

The first quarter with no user growth since it went public stokes concerns on how long it will take for Twitter to reverse the trend.

Deloitte opens School of Analytics

The school will address data scientist shortages by training university graduates and existing professionals.



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Samsung Galaxy Gear S2: good enough?

Will the Gear S2 be Samsung's much-desired breakthrough product?

Read the in-depth review by Andre Schild.


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