Sanral mulls use of machine learning to improve road safety
The agency’s Technical Innovation Hub investigates how machine learning can be used to identify trends and incidents to inform appropriate responses and interventions.
UJ Technopreneurship Centre shines at international hackathon
Two teams from the University of Johannesburg’s Technopreneurship Centre were among the top performers at the Hacklab 2021 virtual hackathon.
Volvo, DiDi sign pact to boost robotaxi operations
Under the agreement, Volvo will provide DiDi with XC90 cars equipped with necessary backup systems for functions such as steering and braking.
IT personality, visionary CIOs of 2020 revealed
Livestock Wealth’s Ntuthuko Shezi, Assupol’s Nomthi Nelwamondo and Wits University's Stanley Mpofu scooped the top accolades at the 2020 IITPSA President's Awards.
Kalon Venture Partners infuses more capital in Sendmarc
The venture capital firm says with the ongoing cyber threats to businesses, a safer and more secure e-mail ecosystem has been forged with the security start-up.
Public sector ICT decision-makers forum announces headline speaker
The Public Sector ICT Forum readies its next event, with creativity and innovation specialist Dr Puleng Makhoalibe set to deliver the keynote address on 23 April.
SA fintech firm that digitises gold for daily use gets funding
Crossfin invests an undisclosed amount in Troygold, a company that enables gold owners to digitise physical gold and use it for day-to-day transactions.
Huawei commits R7m in bursaries to top ICT students
In awarding these bursaries, the Chinese tech company aims to address some of the challenges it has faced when it comes to recruiting in SA.
SA venture capital firm HAVAÍC invests in Kenyan start-up
Cape Town-based early-stage investment vehicle HAVAÍC backs start-up Tanda’s regional expansion, investing an undisclosed amount of funding.
Capitec’s digital strategy prompts lofty full-year returns
The bank says digital channels contributed to a 35% increase in the number of digital transactions, amounting to R1.1 billion.
BankservAfrica drives SA’s digital identity creation
The group says it is creating a single digital identity that individuals own and trust, and can be used widely by banks, government and businesses.