Intensified efforts to make antenna-based Internet a reality in South Africa
ICT tenders: Picking up speed
The public sector is racing to post on National Treasury's temporary tender portal.
Estonian govt brings its digital ID programme to SA
The digital nomad boom sees the Estonian government expand its e-Residency programme for entrepreneurs and freelancers to SA.
Cloud: the most effective route to public sector transformation
AWS will host an executive webinar on cloud technologies as an enabler for digital transformation on Thursday, 20 May.
Public sector urged to digitally transform civil service
Senior ICT executives say the continent needs strong digital infrastructure to cope with a world that has been remodelled by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mega wind energy facility switched on in ECape
The 123MW Golden Valley Wind Energy Facility reached commercial operations on 1 May, and is expected to generate over 477GWh of renewable power each year.
USAASA to bolster management team with new CEO, CFO
The Universal Service and Access Agency of SA advertises the positions of CEO and CFO, as it looks to bring permanent stability to its executive committee.
BPO sector fuels investments, job opportunities in Cape Town
The high-growth business process outsourcing sector drives R3.4 billion worth of investments in three years in the City of Cape Town.
Corruption leads to backlogs in online licence booking system
The transport minister confirms initial investigations show corruption is the reason online booking slots have been unavailable at various Gauteng Driving Licence Testing Centres.
Stephen van Coller hits back at EOH critics over graft allegations
The company has been completely transparent with all the banks and co-operated with the authorities, says Stephen van Coller, EOH Group CEO.
ICT tenders: National Treasury hosts temporary tender portal
Government tenders return with a bang as National Treasury works on a permanent solution.
NCape municipality battles devastating ransomware attack
The Nama Khoi Municipality in the Northern Cape Province is struggling to restore IT systems that were hit by a ransomware attack last year.