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Southern African ICT ministers stand united in line with comms minister Faith Muthambi's often expressed desire for regulated media ethics.
The social network's exclusive response to the terrorist attacks in Paris clearly displays whose lives it prioritises.
SA can drive the adoption of e-commerce by embarking on deregulation regarding the use of mobile money.
The Republic of Korea's government policies that enabled rapid rollout of broadband can show the way for SA.
Companies can assist retailers to secure online transactions through PCI DSS compliance.
While the country is lagging, local companies are all too aware of the need to digitise.
With low rates of Internet penetration and high connectivity costs, SA is just entering the digital age.
What can some of SA's top technology thought leaders add to the debate around this intangible concept?
Shenzhen produces 90% of the world's consumer electronics; however, visitors won't be able to tweet about it.