Shelve ‘insufficient’ SA Connect, develop updated broadband plan
South Africa needs a new national broadband plan if it is to make the Internet accessible and affordable for everyone, says the Alliance for Affordable Internet.
University of Pretoria opens Engineering 4.0 campus
Africa’s first Engineering 4.0 facility will focus on research projects conducted on South Africa’s smart transport, smart cities and smart infrastructure.
2020 Science Forum to ignite conversations virtually
The Department of Science and Innovation confirms its science forum will be hosted virtually, as the coronavirus continues to limit physical gatherings.
ICASA wants emergency spectrum fees after telcos’ stellar results
The regulator asks telcos to pay for the emergency spectrum issued during the COVID-19 disaster regulations.
Private sector must come to the party to take SA’s growth plan forward
Technology is a critical tool in democratising learning in SA, especially with the inequalities in our education system, writes Grant Bodley, CEO of Dimension Data.
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’.
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.
Experts on Demand can help educational institutions
Experts on Demand can help with the sourcing of candidates and screening of applicants for positions at educational institutions across SA, says Theresa Ackerman, manager of operational excellence at T-Systems South Africa.