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5:50
Yesterday

Fear, resistance, skills shortages threaten SA’s 4IR progress

Lack of high-end skills and widespread fear of job losses could hamper SA’s fourth industrial revolution drive.

6:10

2019 trends in review: How SA got its purpose back

From key moments to benchmarks of progress, here’s how the tech game-changers of 2019 took place.

3:00

Are you at risk of losing your competitive advantage?

With cloud adoption redefining the way business is conducted, keeping up with digital transformation is key to your business's survival, says Vish Rajpal, Chief of IT Solutions at BCX.

3:50
Tuesday

WCape gains Mantashe’s approval to explore renewables

Energy minister Gwede Mantashe gives the province the green light to explore independent power producers for energy needs.

3:50

Preparing for the future workplace

Research shows that even though tech-related skills are essential, soft skills will still be required in the fourth industrial revolution.

2:40
Monday

Jack Ma Foundation dishes out cash to African ‘netpreneurs’

Alibaba founder Jack Ma awards R15 million in prize money to 10 entrepreneurs from across the continent.

2:00

SA making inroads in 3D printing tech

Collaboration helps advance 3D printing in SA, with over 300 3D printing technology systems established locally.

2:30

There is no fourth industrial revolution without 5G

4G can’t cope with the possibilities that accompany Industry 4.0, says Nicolas Blixell, VP at Ericsson for MEA.

2:40

Ericsson, MTN partner to improve CX across Africa

Keen to improve customer experience, MTN worked alongside Ericsson in eight African countries to improve its networks.

3:40
15 Nov

Expect over 740K autonomous-ready vehicles by 2023

The number of vehicles equipped with autonomous driving tech will significantly increase from 2019’s 332 932 units.

3:00
14 Nov

TANKS: An app that teaches coding, without a computer

The app introduces children in disadvantaged communities to coding and computer science as a career.