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Technology-enabled flexible working practices could boost GDP.

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  The DTI says the Copyright Amendment Bill will help tackle piracy and protect local artists.
The DTI says the Copyright Amendment Bill will help tackle piracy and protect local artists.
Toughened law to take on piracy

Public comment and "raw criticism" will lead to a healthy and improved Copyright Act, says the Department of Trade and Industry.

SA, Japan collaborate to drive fuel cell tech

Science and technology minister Naledi Pandor says a partnership between SA and Japan can drive the development of a hydrogen fuel cell technology for SA.

The countries share commonalities that can enrich development of hydrogen fuel cell technology, says science and technology minister Naledi Pandor.

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Six Joburg suburbs opt for Vumatel FTTH

Vumatel has been selected as the provider of fibre-to-the-home network in Hurlingham, Glenadrienne, Hyde Park, Northcliff, Sharonlea and Olivedale. 

Sentech, Raizcorp partnership targets SMEs

Nine black-owned businesses have been selected to join Sentech's 12-month business growth programme.

LoveLife goes mobile

The HIV youth development initiative's new mobile site aims to reach a million young people over the next two years.

Govt invites comments on cyber security Bill

The Cyber Crimes and Cyber Security Bill aims to keep SA safe from criminals, terrorists and other states.

MEA PC market suffers sharp decline

The PC market in the Middle East and Africa records its steepest decline to date for a single quarter.

CEO of Ashley Madison parent firm quits

The self-proclaimed "King of Infidelity" leaves Avid Life by "mutual agreement" as fallout from the massive data leak continues.

Kaspersky planned to 'rub out' rival

E-mails from Russia's Kaspersky Lab reveal the security company speaking of sabotaging rivals.

Tender Watch: Chasing connections

Government is largely preoccupied with communications this week, with forays into voice, video and data enhancements.


Keeping it in the family Mike Wright and Alison Treadaway are the siblings behind the Striata success story.



Lost the war? Proprietary software has called a truce.



Relook, rethink, reboot Vendors have had to Ctrl-Alt-Del to reinvent their relevance.


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