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BusinessDec 19, 2014

More ructions hit Eskom's IT unit?

Eskom has yet to confirm reports suggesting Sal Laher has been suspended.

TelecomsDec 18, 2014

BlackBerry sharpens focus

The company continues to focus heavily on the enterprise sector, introducing new mobility solutions and reverting to device features that once were its trademarks.

InternetDec 17, 2014

E-commerce slow to bite into bricks and mortar

The R6?billion shoppers will spend online this year is miniscule in comparison to what is being outlaid at physical stores.

NetworkingDec 12, 2014

Key milestones for SKA in 2014

A new panel manufacturing facility opened and the first MeerKat antenna was launched this year.

InternetDec 11, 2014

Africa poised for more innovation

Frost & Sullivan's forecast towards 2018 shows mobile operators will tap into e-commerce, health, e-learning and e-governance.

Cloud ComputingDec 10, 2014

Tailored tech to make African impact

The IDC predicts tech investments will increasingly aim to address African market realities in 2015.

Double TakeDec 10, 2014

Where to for WiFi?

Signs from 2014 are encouraging, showing SA is headed in the right direction to take advantage of increased connectivity.


SA's e-learning under the spotlight

E-learning non-profit organisation Bridge highlights projects making an impact in SA's push towards greater tech integration.

HardwareDec 8, 2014

Tech to minimise power struggles

Alternative energy solutions and technology come to the fore amid SA's struggles with rolling blackouts.

Career MovesDec 5, 2014

Grim picture for SA's maths students

Grade nine pupils record a dismal 10.8% average for maths in this year's national assessments, boding ill for future ICT skills.

Public sectorDec 3, 2014

Year of mixed fortunes for DPSA

Effective IT governance remains a concern, but the department has managed to get a few projects off the ground.

NetworkingDec 2, 2014

SKA, Vox partnership connects rural areas

Farmers will get free satellite equipment installation in an initiative aiming to minimise radio frequency interference with the telescope project.