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.ZADNA simplifies Web name registration

The domain name registration system aims to make it easier for small businesses to register a new company and its equivalent domain name.

Aarto's tech challenges 'ironed out'


The Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Amendment Bill will not face many technology hurdles, says JPSA.

ICASA plans public hearings on BBBEE regulations


The regulator will next month hold public hearings to discuss the review and development of its position on historically disadvantaged persons and BBBEE.

SARS digitises cargo tracking system


The new electronic reporting system will expedite the processing of legitimate trade.

DTPS spends big bucks on high-level salaries

The telecoms ministry's senior staff members take home more than R1 million each per annum.

Sentech throws community broadcasters a lifeline


The signal distributor decides to put the suspension of community radio stations aside after the communications department agrees to provide financial support.

Government steps up SME support

The state taps a tech incubation association to address challenges within the local small business acceleration community.

Community broadcasters owe Sentech over R30m


The signal distributor's patience with community broadcasters wears thin, as government looks for solutions to resolve the impasse.

EXCLUSIVE: T-Systems fights for R1.5bn Transnet contract


T-Systems defends a five-year R1.5 billion Transnet contract, which it was awarded last year, but which Transnet now wants to award to Gijima instead.

How volatility will complicate crypto-currency tax


A taxpayer with a high frequency of crypto-currency transactions may struggle to keep an accurate record of any gains, experts say.

Dlamini still in the dog box for SASSA-gate


The social grants crisis still hangs over Bathabile Dlamini's head, as the court must decide if she should bear the financial burden for failing to usher in a new payments provider.

Tender Watch: President's orders

This week's National Tender Bulletin sees the Presidency address communication.

Tech firms vow not to aid govt cyber attacks

Microsoft, Facebook and more than 30 other tech firms announce a joint pledge not to assist any government in offensive cyber attacks.