GovChat to provide UN with decision-making citizen data
Tshwane to recruit over 5 000 using electronic lottery system
Through the use of technology, residents can trust the recruitment process is fair, with no corruption or nepotism, says executive mayor Randall Williams.
Former telecoms, postal services deputy minister passes on
Professor Hlengiwe Mkhize, former telecoms and postal services minister, has died, the Presidency announces, paying tribute to her personal achievements.
SITA sets aside sizeable investment to upgrade network
The State IT Agency confirms a R400 million investment to upgrade its core network infrastructure, to be completed in a five-year phased approach.
ICT Tenders: IEC turns to tech
With no postponement allowed for the local elections, the Electoral Commission looks to beef up its ICT environment.
Wits University receives R8m for quantum computing initiative
The tertiary institution secures R8 million seed funding from the Department of Science and Innovation, to accelerate national quantum computing projects.
McAfee Enterprise discovers forensic evidence on 'Operation Harvest' – a multi-year data exfiltration campaign
Working with Professional Services IR team on a case that started as a malware incident, they discovered the attack ultimately turned out to be a long-term cyber attack linked to nation-state cyber offensive activity.
PSICT Forum announces date for hybrid event
The Public Sector ICT Forum prepares the KwaZulu-Natal chapter of its event, which takes place on 1 October as a hybrid event.
MTN provides R10m support for KZN spaza shops
The telco says it’s essential for it to partner with likeminded stakeholders to rebuild and restore the dignity of KZN and SA at large after the riots.
Justice dept cyber attack spills over to Info Regulator
The ransomware attack on the Department of Justice’s IT systems spreads to infect all electronic services provided by the Information Regulator.
High-achieving PMB school gets STEM resources
Huawei SA partners with DIRCO to present Pietermaritzburg’s Siqongweni High School with a newly-refurbished science lab.
Treasury unveils portal to measure damage from July riots
Government says the portal will be used to establish the extent of the damage, so that it can make more informed decisions on the support mechanisms.