Sibahle Malinga
2:40
Yesterday

US musician’s crypto-currency to ‘kill corruption’ in Africa

Multi-platinum-selling musician Akon says his new crypto-currency aims to root out corruption and empower Africa’s youth.

6:50

eSIM will be game-changer in phone connectivity

The traditional SIM card may obsolete in the next decade, as more phone manufacturers introduce eSIM technology.

5:00

Automation to cut work week to three days: Richard Branson

The billionaire warns future workforce transitions will drastically slash work hours, impacting remuneration packages.

3:30
Thursday

Cape Town among top cities to establish tech start-up

The Mother City ranks 51 out of 75 cities considered to be ideal areas to establish a tech start-up or digital venture.

5:10

SURVEY: POPIA and your go-to-market strategy

SA firms are looking to strike the perfect balance between their direct marketing strategies and data privacy regulations.

5:50

E-learning policy flaws hinder tech value in classrooms

Edtech policies fail to fulfil their promise to enhance teaching and learning in classrooms across the globe.

3:30

Ramaphosa unveils R3.6bn Automotive Hub in Tshwane

The hub is expected to create opportunities for vehicle component manufacturers as well as 6 700 jobs.

3:50

CSIR proposes three more wind, solar power zones

The CSIR submits a proposal to the environmental affairs minister to declare Klerksdorp, Beaufort West and eMalahleni as viable areas for solar energy facilities.

5:00

Software developers in fintech, cloud sectors earn the highest

Fintech and cloud services are the best-paying industries for software developers, with digital agencies paying the lowest, says OfferZen.

2:40

Life Healthcare adopts tech to improve critical services

The hospital group adopts a locally-developed care coordination and messaging platform across 12 of its hospitals.

3:00

EV charging infrastructure launched at ACSA airports

ACSA has collaborated with BMW SA to introduce electric vehicle charging stations at three airports.

4:30

SA must get ready for the rise of hybrid jobs

Hybridisation is the next workforce frontier, as companies seek professionals with specialised cross-industry skills to spur innovation, says trends analyst Dion Chang.

Sibahle Malinga
ITWeb senior news journalist.

Sibahle Malinga, ITWeb senior news journalist.

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