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1:20

Comms department fights COVID-19 fake news

The department engages social media platform owners to mitigate the spread of digital misinformation about coronavirus in SA.

3:20
Thursday

E-taxi services to transport only essential workers during lockdown

While e-hailing services will not be allowed to operate normally for the duration of the 21-day lockdown, they will be permitted to ferry essential services staff.

3:50

SA ICT firm accused of BEE fronting

Risc Technology Integration is accused of deliberately circumventing black economic empowerment codes to secure lucrative government contracts.

3:40

Emergency measures in place for COVID-19

President Cyril Ramaphosa officially declared a national state of disaster in terms of the Disaster Management Act.

1:30

Regulations issued relating to COVID-19 virus

The Department of Co-Operative Governance and Traditional Affairs has published regulations relating to the Disaster Management Act.

2:10

Digitisation in Labor Relations

Digitisation has long been regarded as a means to drive and achieve business goals, but the benefits are proving to affect many other areas and departments, such as optimising work processes by removing the many manual ones.

2:20

Coal sector loses bid to halt renewable energy deals

The Supreme Court of Appeal dismisses a case brought by the Coal Transporters Forum to set aside power purchase agreements.

2:20
10 Mar

Uber, Bolt face R100K fines for illegal drivers

The transport department will submit a Bill that will see e-hailing service providers being fined for allowing unlicensed drivers to operate.

3:50
10 Mar

Telkom claims court victory is vindication on job cuts

The company says it is proceeding to offer voluntary packages to employees as an alternative to possible retrenchments.

3:50

Industry body wants MultiChoice prosecuted over DTV ‘shenanigans’

NAMEC launches a scathing attack on the giant pay-TV operator over accusations levelled against it at the state capture inquiry.

6:10

Tech relief as SA looks to relax strict IP exchange laws

Policy statements from National Treasury indicate a clear intention to significantly relax SA’s stringent intellectual property exchange laws.

5:00

Vodacom, MTN make breakthroughs against battery theft syndicates

The companies say suspects linked to various cases of battery theft and vandalism across the country’s nine provinces have been nabbed.