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1:30

Tech solution to boost mining industry safety

The Mandela Mining Precinct prioritises technology to improve safety and efficiency in the mining sector.

1:30

Comms minister engages 4IR skills programme students

Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams conducts an oversight visit to various Gauteng facilities where over 500 students are being trained.

2:00

ANC prioritises high-demand spectrum release to boost economy

The governing party prioritises the release of high-demand spectrum to boost the economy and lower mobile data costs.  

4:20
Wednesday

ANC lekgotla lauds renewables, 4IR as new growth areas

It is agreed to build new growth sectors as the ruling party takes a friendly approach towards renewable energy independent power producers.

1:50

New VAT app launches in SA

The app includes the VAT Act, Customs and Excise Act, Securities Transfer Tax Act, Estate Duty Act and Transfer Duty Act.  

1:00

Submit budget tips for Mboweni online

Finance minister Tito Mboweni invites South Africans to share tips on equitable economic growth ahead of the national budget.

1:50

Parly committee invites nominations for MDDA board

Parliament’s communications committee invites the public to nominate candidates to fill vacancies on the Media Development and Diversity Agency board.

2:00

City of Joburg e-library needs your vote

The city’s e-library services require public votes in order to win the UN’s global information society award.

10:00

ICT Tenders: New-year rush

This week’s National Tender Bulletin sees government entering 2020 at high speed.

4:20

SA’s global social mobility ranking takes a knock

The World Economic Forum’s social mobility index shows SA’s tech access ranks 69th, with an overall poor country ranking of 77th out of 82 nations.

3:20

Ndabeni-Abrahams refutes spending allegations

The minister rubbishes reports linking her and husband Thato Abrahams to a life of opulence abroad at the taxpayer’s expense.

3:10

SA’s R1bn Yekani smart factory faces liquidation

The electronics factory, which many believed would compete with international giants such as Apple, Huawei and Samsung, faces bankruptcy.