IT in Government

Court sentences ICASA boss to 20 years

The regulatory authority's disgraced chairperson, Rubben Mohlaloga, has reportedly been sentenced to 20 years behind bars.


Uganda deports MTN CEO

Wim Vanhelleputte has been forced to leave Uganda and MTN says it "has not been notified of the grounds for the deportation".


Last chance to have your say on Home Affairs' modernisation plan

Only three days left to comment on the DHA's White Paper, which seeks to make the department fully digitised.


Elections 2019 to be tough on ICT market

It is predicted the elections will pose many challenges for SA's ICT environment this year, as organisations tread with caution in an uncertain political environment.


Telcos happy to see ECA Bill taken out of play

Telecoms operators welcome the government's withdrawal of the "flawed" and controversial Electronic Communications Amendment Bill from Parliament.


ECA Bill withdrawn

Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams shelves the Electronic Communications Amendment Bill, noting Parliament is unlikely to finalise it before the upcoming general elections.


Shark spotting gets hi-tech dimension

Plans are in place to introduce an automated shark spotting system to enhance safety at beaches across the City of Cape Town.


Parliament hosts Industry 4.0 exhibition

The National Assembly participates in its first exhibition showcasing the country's readiness for rapid advances in ICT.


More calls for female participation in STEM

The International Day of Women and Girls in Science looks to encourage the participation of women and girls in STEM-related fields.


Govt eyes digital revolution in education

The state looks to overhaul the education system so that young South Africans are prepared for the fourth industrial revolution.


R12bn Kathu Solar Park goes commercial

With an installed capacity of 100MW, the facility will allow clean energy to be supplied to 179 000 homes in the Northern Cape.