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Census says goodbye to paper

Stats SA incorporates technology for the 2021 head count of the country's population and households.

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Wednesday

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Oracle forecasts big things for big data this year

Oracle predicts laggards will make the move to cloud, late big data adopters will benefit immensely, and AI will drive insights.

KFC adds solar to its secret recipe

Yesterday

Outlets in the Eastern Cape install solar energy, looking to save up to R410 000 over a five-year term.

Blue Label earnings tick up after Cell C investment

Yesterday

The JSE-listed group saw a 2% uptick in revenue and a 109% jump in HEPS for the six months to 30 November 2017.

Budget: State-owned ICT companies by 2020

The telecoms ministry confirms plans to establish government-owned IT and ICT infrastructure companies in the next two years.

Budget: DOC outlines plans for digital migration

Wednesday

The communications ministry seeks to ensure 1.5 million digital TVs are installed over the medium-term period.

Budget: Govt backs digital banking services

The South African government throws its weight behind banking entrants that harness the power of technology and bring innovation into the financial sector.

Budget: Cabinet trims SA Connect budget

Wednesday

The SA Connect project receives a reduced budget of R1.7 billion over the medium-term expenditure framework, as implementation struggles to get off the ground.

Minibus taxi hailing app Aftarobot launched in Gauteng

Yesterday

The platform will allow commuters using vehicles from the Johannesburg Southern Suburbs Taxi Association to manage their travel time, says its founder.

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