Blow for lottery operator’s bid to change software provider
Post office delays online licence renewal system
The SA Post Office puts the brakes on the online system for car licence renewals, attributing the delay to administrative and legal requirements.
Africa is 2021’s internet censorship hot spot
This year, Africa became the most censorship-intensive continent across the globe, responsible for nearly 53% of the cases in 2021, says Surfshark.
SA’s higher learning institutions expedite digital projects
Digital transformation accelerates in the higher education sector, motivated by the need to improve student experience and learning outcomes.
Govt considers new approach to Broadband Infraco, Sentech merger
Critical consultations on the potential acquisition of Sentech by Broadband Infraco are under way, says the comms ministry, as it looks to accelerate the merger.
Revamp ahead for online university placement system
The Department of Higher Education tells Parliament the Central Applications Clearing House will undergo upgrades and improvements.
ICASA backs spectrum auction as ‘international best practice’
The regulator maintains an auction is the most competitive and transparent mechanism to license high-demand spectrum.
Info watchdog members reappointed as data breaches mount
The president largely retains members of the Information Regulator, although SA has been at the mercy of data breaches and leaks under their watch.
Technology is a catalyst for improved healthcare, not a silver bullet
Technology is part of a complex environment that has to integrate and align to deliver improved healthcare outcomes, according to webinar panel.
Spectrum, digital migration can solve SA’s joblessness
In light of the country’s unemployment woes, politicians and analysts are in agreement that spectrum allocation and digital migration will enable economic growth.
Electric vehicles in SA: A matter of when, not if
Positive signs indicate the local environment will support the shift to EVs and that the associated benefits of EV infrastructure can be sustained in the country.
ICT tenders: Looking to skills
Government turns to employee development as it pursues training.