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Hiring activity picked up by 12% from 2013 to 2014, with the IT industry being a big contributing factor.
 
Hiring activity picked up by 12% from 2013 to 2014, with the IT industry being a big contributing factor.
ICT growth sparks jobs

While it cannot solve the country's employment problems on its own, ICT evolution has played a part in slow but certain progress.

Tender Watch: Getting up to speed

With the New Year well under way, many government entities are updating their supplier databases.


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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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Ex SARS boss in phone venture: paper

The Business Times is this morning reporting that former SARS commissioner Oupa Magashula has bought into CZ Electronics.

Small wins on e-tolls: paper

The City Press reports that Gauteng motorists are set to benefit from free passes under electronic toll gates, and a lower monthly gap.

Cell C written down by R1.2bn: City Press

Cell C has reportedly been written down by as much as R1.2 million by its largest shareholder.

Cell C calls for court review of termination rates

SA's third-largest mobile operator is asking the South Gauteng High Court to review mobile termination rates.

Salary survey 2015

COJ tech tackles housing issue

The city council hopes to finally get to grips with a major housing backlog by way of a technology-based waiting list verification project.

'Next wave' of IT companies heads north

An increasing number of IT companies get a foothold in Africa – via SA – before the window of opportunity dissipates.

Imminent privacy law drives cyber insurance

Local businesses increasingly turn to cyber insurance cover, as the POPI Act is expected to come into effect soon.

Vox 'not worth selling'

Vox Telecom is no longer for sale as the company decides it is not in its long-term interests to change ownership.

Adapt IT sees earnings boost

Headline and basic earnings per share could leap by as much as 40% in the first half.

E-health still sluggish

Strides are being made in emerging and developed markets and growth is being seen, but the global e-health picture is far from complete.

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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Renewable energy can tackle Eskom woes
The relevant standards for grid connection of embedded generators must be finalised as a matter of urgency, says the CSIR.
Green energy saves R800m
The CSIR finds SA saved R800 million last year thanks to wind and solar projects.
Umhloti Primary gets solar-powered PC lab
A KwaZulu-Natal rural primary school will this year enhance teaching with the help of ICT, after it received a solar-powered computer lab.

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