Rabelani Dagada
3:00
Mar 9, 2016

Cyber regulation: a better approach

It makes more sense to ensure existing legislation is enforced rather than to introduce another law to address cyber crime.

4:00
Jan 26, 2016

Anti-competitive behaviour leaves scars

The 1996 Telecommunications Act gave Telkom an exclusive fixed-line licence, and consumers continue to pay for this poor policy.

4:10
Nov 11, 2015

A shopper's paradise

SA can drive the adoption of e-commerce by embarking on deregulation regarding the use of mobile money.

5:10
Feb 10, 2015

Mobile money stalls in SA

What are the factors that will influence the uptake of mobile in South African banking?

3:00
Oct 14, 2014

Prevention better than cure

Banks spend billions of rands on customer education, training users to prevent them from becoming victims.

3:50
Oct 7, 2014

Local banks fight back

South African banks have teams of information security specialists who work to eradicate cyber crime.

5:10
Sep 30, 2014

Digital banking bandits abound

Skimming and SIM card swapping are only two in a list of crimes perpetrated by banking fraudsters.

5:10
Sep 23, 2014

Risk versus reward

Internet banking brought convenience to South African subscribers, but also added risk.

3:40
Aug 7, 2014

ICT's role in a developmental state

Technology initiatives are needed to add value to the economic development of the country.

4:50
Jun 11, 2014

DFIs to the rescue

The role of development finance institutions is crucial in the roll-out of ICT infrastructure.

5:00
Apr 1, 2014

Getting around the anti-infrastructure law

The law is a stumbling block to the deployment of ICT infrastructure by the provincial government.

5:10
May 2, 2013

Africa is the future

The second-largest continent will have more than three billion people by 2050.

Rabelani Dagada
fellow at the South African Institute of Race Relations.

Rabelani Dagada is a fellow at the South African Institute of Race Relations. He holds a master’s of computer-based education from the Rand Afrikaans University, a master’s of commerce in information systems from the University of the Witwatersrand, and a PhD in information systems from the University of South Africa. He is on Twitter: Rabelani_Dagada