Justice review stumbles along
Government departments will now focus on implementation of new technology systems and not research, says the justice department.
Smart ID cards cancelled - for now
The Department of Home Affairs used the R114 million allocated for the project “for other things”, says the minister.
Double blow for BPO industry
SA fails to become a low-cost BPO destination as electricity costs soar and telecoms reductions aren't realised.
Sanral raises another R837m
The roads agency has now raised a total of R15.9 billion for its major upgrade projects and e-tolling initiative.
No labour broking ban for April
Parliament is still discussing possible amendments to labour laws and the Bill has not been finalised.
DST to boost local tech
Local companies and technologies will be prioritised as state-owned enterprises look for innovative solutions.
No smart card IDs
Eight years after Cabinet approved the project, Home Affairs has failed to complete it.
Gauteng snubs key ICT projects
The Gauteng budget speech all but ignored ICT, failing to provide clarity on ICT initiatives in the province, such as Blue IQ.
Little ICT focus in provinces
The state of the province addresses echo national government's lack of vision for ICT in development.
'Mr Turnaround' exits Home Affairs
Director-general Mavuso Msimang will not renew his contract in April, abandoning his ambitious turnaround strategy.
No IT crisis at eNatis
Changes were expected and plans to curb critical skills losses were put in place, says Tasima.