IT in Government
3:10

Altron to challenge Tshwane broadband tender decision

The company receives a temporary lifeline, as it has been granted leave to appeal the high court decision to terminate the Tshwane broadband contract.

5:50

ICT Tenders: Run on services

This week’s National Tender Bulletin sees the IT services sector attracting government interest.

2:00

Nominate drivers of public service innovation

The public service and administration ministry readies to recognise service delivery improvements and innovation, and calls for nominations.

5:10

African leaders must take computing to the edge

In the edge computing era, Africa’s political leaders have the power to redefine the future of business on the continent, said industry experts at Schneider Electric’s conference.

1:50
Thursday

ICASA to outline spectrum allocation approach by year end

The regulator self-imposes a deadline to publish the information memorandum on the licensing process of high-demand spectrum.

6:40
Thursday

Rain shows 5G can happen in SA despite govt delays

The operator leverages its 4G data network infrastructure to build a 5G network, as the country still awaits the allocation of spectrum.

3:50
Wednesday

Court showdown looms in Micro Focus, SITA disputed tender

Fulfilment agency Afrocentric IP files court papers on why its contract was terminated without any explanation.

2:40
Wednesday

Security expert warns of unprecedented phishing attacks in SA

As the Hawks investigates cyber attacks on the CR17 campaign, a security expert warns SA is experiencing a new wave of phishing attacks.

1:20
Tuesday

Breach exposes personal details of almost all Ecuadorians

More than 20 million people in the South American country, including seven million minors, were exposed in a data leak.

5:00
Tuesday

SITA seeks answers from Micro Focus over R364m disputed tender

The government agency calls in the UK-based software provider to explain the reasons behind the termination of a R364 million IT contract.

2:30

Joburg says it has no policy for surveillance cameras

Officials confirm the city does not have a policy in place to govern the surveillance cameras across Johannesburg.