DPSA DG lifts lid on state of ICT skills in public service
Of the 1.2 million public service employees, less than 5 000 are in ICT functions, reveals the public service and administration department’s DG.
BLSA boss Mavuso punts renewables to fix power crisis
We cannot rely on a single state utility any longer, says Busi Mavuso, Business Leadership SA CEO.
Govt targets youngsters to meet future of work demands
A new recruitment initiative will bring on board young people with skills to aid the future of the public service.
SA crypto firm faces R27.8bn lawsuit in US
The US government files civil action against Mirror Trading International for fraud and registration violations.
The most disruptive development yet?
Internet of things commerce will pave the way for new-generation technologies covering logistics, inventory and supply chain management.
South Africans dip toes into metaverse
Almost half of surveyed local adults are active on social media, with some already exploring the metaverse.
NTT to extend connected stadium to Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift
In a milestone for female cycling, NTT will bring fans closer to the action.
MTN, Huawei power Southern Africa’s first 5G metal mine
The companies partner Nkwe Platinum and SA Zijin Platinum to build the region’s first 5G-enabled smart metal mine.
SARS banks on data, tech in 2022 tax season
The taxman outlines its tech and data-driven efforts to ensure taxpayers comply with their tax obligations.
Industry expert predicts demise of robotic process automation
The technology is limited in digitising businesses and its effectiveness in bringing returns is also questioned.
New high school gets rid of classrooms, offers eSports
Centennial Schools breaks educational norms, opting for digital learning hubs and an eSports arena.