Cyber crimes, sci-tech bills sent to president for approval
Please Call Me battle lingers on despite court victory
The battle for compensation between Nkosana Makate and Vodacom may not be over yet, despite the former scoring another court victory yesterday.
‘No excuses’ for POPI non-compliance, says Tlakula
Information Regulator chairperson Pansy Tlakula advises local organisations to use the one-year grace period to put compliance measures in place.
MTN, CWU continue court battle over store sell-off plan
The telco says the union mistook its courteous engagements with it as an actual right in law that it had to be consulted with.
erNavigator enhances labour relations software with Bowmans
The software digitises and automates labour relations processes and enables labour relations teams to conduct cases in compliance with best practice.
R100m student aid IT system found to be ‘terribly wanting’
Minister Dr Blade Nzimande appoints a committee to unearth how the National Student Financial Aid Scheme’s R100 million IT system turned out not fit-for-purpose.
SA’s Cyber Crimes Bill edges forward amid increased attacks
The rapid, mass move to working from home amplifies the need for the country’s Cyber Crimes Bill, which has been years in the making, to become law.
Govt sets sights on nuclear amid environmental opposition
The energy department publishes the request for information in respect of the commencement of a nuclear build programme to the extent of 2 500MW.
Microsoft, IBM, Amazon ban facial recognition tech sales to police
The global tech giants halt the sales of facial recognition technology to police amid protests about brutality after the killing of George Floyd.