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Ndabeni-Abrahams apologises for ‘breaching’ lockdown rules
The minister issues a public apology via social media, conveying her “deepest regret” for violating lockdown regulations.
Ndabeni-Abrahams placed on special leave, ordered to deliver public apology
President Cyril Ramaphosa decides to suspend communications minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams for two months, after she violates the country’s lockdown regulations.
Ex-Vodacom exec Vuyani Jarana joins Mobax to drive gig economy
Jarana joins Mobax, a telecommunications company, as shareholder and the group chairperson.
Blockchain, Bitcoin show promise in SA, but more skills needed
John Singh, head of the Institute of Information Technology Professionals SA Blockchain Special Interest Group in KwaZulu-Natal, believes there will be strong demand for blockchain and crypto-currency skills in future.
SA COVID-19 lockdown – the perfect time to upskill yourself
There are three main categories of skills development that companies should focus on: technical training, soft skills training and leadership development, says Erin Meehan, Learning and Development Facilitator at Ovations.
Strongest AI talent demand comes from non-IT departments
The biggest demand for talent with artificial intelligence skills comes from other business units in the organisation rather than IT, says Gartner.