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SA's shortage of data scientists and data centre facilities originally prompted fears SKA data will be shipped and hosted overseas.
 
SA's shortage of data scientists and data centre facilities originally prompted fears SKA data will be shipped and hosted overseas.
WCape to set up R453m SKA data centre

The provincial government embarks on a new project to build a Cape Town-based data facility for the Square Kilometre Array.

Standard Bank heist modus operandi 'not new'

Japan police suspect a group of more than 100 people extracted money from ATMs in Tokyo and 16 prefectures.

The techniques used in the R300 million theft have been used before by both local and international criminal syndicates, security experts say.


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The solar carport supplies an average of 3.6kW of solar power per day to recharge electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Xiaomi gets into drone business

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Big data revenue boom in MEA, Latin America

Worldwide big data and business analytics revenue will reach $187 billion in 2019, according to the IDC.

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