Innovations
1:40

Driving licence applications to go online

The Road Traffic Management Corporation plans to introduce an online system to allow the public to secure bookings at vehicle driving licensing centres.

3:00

TIA calls for innovative e-waste solutions

The public entity is offering funding for waste beneficiation, acid mine drainage, water purification and water-saving solutions.

3:10

UWC to offer immersive tech diploma

The accredited postgraduate diploma will incorporate augmented reality and virtual reality.

3:00

MTN Business seeks problem-solving apps

As MTN Business urges app creators to enter its annual app awards by 6 September, a previous winner tells ITWeb the secrets of its success.

2:50

Fak'ugesi fest focuses on augmented reality

The Fak'ugesi African Digital Innovation Festival in Johannesburg later this month will host a free workshop for augmented reality creators.

2:10

TIBCO brings Edge innovation to customers, partners

TIBCO NOW 2018 enables organisations to align digital transformation implementation with business strategy.

3:20
14 Aug

Nedbank brings Plug and Play Fintech to SA

Nedbank's Disruption Agenda event is seen as an integral first step for opening a Plug and Play Innovation Hub in SA in 2019.

2:30

Home-grown WhatsApp competitor offers data-free messaging

Moya Messenger is a new, SA-developed mobile messaging app providing a similar experience to WhatsApp, but also lets users text even when they have no mobile data.

3:40
14 Aug

Doctors test augmented reality during surgery

The technology that made Pok?mon Go so popular two years ago will soon be used by doctors during surgery.

1:40

Code for Africa founder recognised as 'influencer'

South Africa's Justin Arenstein, founder of Code for Africa, features on the inaugural list of the world's most influential people in digital government.

4:00
8 Aug

$10m Jack Ma prize will support African digital start-ups

The Alibaba executive chairman announces a prize for African entrepreneurs, to support exemplary young Internet leaders.