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3:40
Yesterday

ICT-related jobs in high demand in SA

The latest National List of Occupations in High Demand shows data scientists and Web developers are among the most sought after in SA.

2:20

Mayor Makhubo faces Zondo Commission over EOH payments

The mayor, who allegedly sourced money for his political party from EOH, calls for restructuring of funding for political formations.

5:10

Vodacom debuts gender-based violence awareness app

The Vodacom Foundation unveils the Bright Sky app in SA, in an effort to help fight the scourge of gender-based violence in the country.

8:40
Yesterday

CIO Survey 2020: A balancing act ahead

CIOs must seize the momentum of tech's proven impact during the pandemic and balance it against the long-lasting economic effects.

5:10
Yesterday

2020 CIO Survey: Doing more, with less

Wilhelm Krige, Absa Group CIO delivered a keynote address at last night's launch of Brainstorm's 2020 Survey results.

3:10
Yesterday

NSFAS to hand over COVID-19 relief laptops next year

Higher education, science and innovation minister Dr Blade Nzimande apologises to the intended recipients, saying the holdup is regrettable.

2:00
Yesterday

ICASA turns to online inspections in compliance drive

The regulator says these inspections will be conducted through live video streaming services such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom or Skype.

2:20

Mr Price expects challenging Black Friday, online growth

The fashion retail group says it achieved stronger business performance from May to September, with online sales jumping 71.5%.

1:50
Yesterday

PSICT Forum: Shining the spotlight on women in tech

Brainstorm’s next Public Sector ICT Enterprise Forum will be held on 4 December, under the theme 'Women’s Empowerment Through Technology’.

2:40
Yesterday

To-do list in preparation for POPIA compliance

With time running out for POPIA compliance, too few South African organisations are fully prepared.

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