IT in Government
5:20

ICT Tenders: Election ripple

Last week's National Tender Bulletin saw government purchasing sidetracked by the politics of the day.

1:40

Gauteng education kicks off 2020 online admissions

Gauteng education's online registrations for grades one and eight commence today, as the department prepares for learners for the 2020 academic year.

3:00

How vulnerable is South Africa to cyber attack?

The situation is "pretty shocking" when it comes to SA's vulnerability, warns cyber security expert Craig Rosewarne.

2:30

Move to decentralise electricity sector lauded

A renewables industry body welcomes government's drive to open up the market to smaller-scale green energy projects.

4:00
Thursday

Consumers warm up to self-driving vehicles

People believe the biggest benefit of using a self-driving vehicle is having more free time to focus on other things, according to a Ford survey.

3:10
Thursday

Trump declares ICT threat emergency amid Huawei fallout

US president Donald Trump issues an executive order, declaring a national emergency over ICT threats, in a move believed to be targeting Huawei.

3:40

CompComm wants Naspers' acquisition of WeBuyCars blocked

The commission recommends the proposed acquisition of WeBuyCars by an entity of the Naspers Group be prohibited.

4:20

SA commits to green energy but can't ditch coal yet

Energy minister Jeff Radebe says the country is not yet ready to ditch coal, although it is investing in renewable energy.

4:30

Government-led data science programme gets into gear

Government takes the first steps towards building a capable fourth industrial revolution army, as it readies to train a million young people in data science and related skills by 2030.

5:20

USAASA, set-top box installers at loggerheads

Set-top box installation companies accuse USAASA's chief executive of delaying the advancement of small businesses, but Lumko Mtimde says their allegations are unfounded.

2:30

2020 online learner registrations postponed

The Gauteng education department moves the opening of the grade one and eight learner admissions site to 20 May.