Sibahle Malinga
Sibahle Malinga
ITWeb's portals journalist.

Sibahle Malinga, ITWeb's portals journalist.

Local health app wins the Afric@Tech challenge

Vula Mobile walked away with first prize at the Sanofi Afric@Tech challenge held in France.

New app tracks bonds registered at Deeds Office

Thursday

It aggregates bond registration data to give the client a full picture of the progress of their property registration.

Strive Software adds AI to ed-tech platform

It has integrated an AI engine into its software system to help track students' academic performance.

IT and security service launched for SMEs

Wednesday

MMC and Microsoft have partnered to launch TotalSecure, a network security monitoring solution.

How severe is SA's ICT skills shortage? Have your say

JCSE's ICT Skills Survey is underway and your input will help understand the current skills situation in SA's ICT environment.

UJ introduces 100% online degrees

The new online programmes are part of UJ's strategy to create a learning ecosystem that aligns with international benchmark institutions.

Container adoption expected to accelerate

Accelerated container adoption and application security will continue to shape the DevOps industry this year, says SUSE.

Firms that don't consider blockchain 'risk falling behind'

Due to its auditable, immutable, and disintermediated system capabilities, blockchain will disrupt business models across all sectors, says Deloitte.

SA social activist outshines thousands as Obama fellow

Koketso Moeti returns from her meeting with the Obamas, as the only South African selected to participate in the Obama Foundation Fellows programme.

Orbweb partners with Hilvikson on video surveillance

7 Jun

Its connectivity technology will be applied to Hikvision's security surveillance, smart home, and intelligent storage product range.

SA's software licence compliance improves: BSA

The use of unlicensed software by local organisations has dropped by 2 points since 2016, says the 2018 Global Software Survey.

Lack of budget, skills impedes big data analytics

Few organisations have the skills and tools to analyse data, says ITWeb's Big Data Survey.