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2:00

Gauteng govt kicks-off e-recruitment of 2 500 youth

The provincial government says youth have until 27 September to apply for one of 2 500 short-term employment opportunities.

2:10

UK-SA Tech Hub offers digital training workshops for entrepreneurs

The free training will enable local entrepreneurs and their companies to increase earnings and secure new business opportunities, says the hub.

2:20

Hackathon zones in on digital solutions to curb GBV

Silicon Cape and the US Embassy in SA will host a weekend-long virtual hackathon aimed at finding digital solutions to combat SA’s gender-based violence pandemic.

2:00

Africa Teen Geeks founder receives global recognition

Lindiwe Matlali is among 23 international change-makers honoured for their work in advancing social innovation. 

1:10

Data protection survey goes live

The ITWeb / KnowBe4 survey explores data protection and compliance efforts of SA organisations.

2:50

CX webinar series: The impact of COVID-19

ITWeb is hosting a customer experience webinar series from 6 to 7 October.

2:00

Renewable industry bodies partner to develop local skills

The organisations join hands to launch a programme to drive change, enhance the local skills base and ensure SA reaps the full benefits of a decarbonised economy.

2:20
Tuesday

Nominations open for 2020 IITPSA President’s Awards

The IITPSA President’s Awards will go ahead this year, despite restrictions on gatherings.

2:00

Cape Town International Airport pilots thermal imaging cameras

Cape Town International Airport deploys thermal security camera systems as one of the measures to reduce the risk of COVID-19 for travellers.

1:50

Western Cape EMS workers to get body cameras

The Western Cape health department equips emergency medical services personnel with bodycams, amid increasing levels of criminal attacks against them.

4:20

Mobile retail apps lack basic security

Research by Guardsquare reveals many of the top retail apps don’t have even basic security protections in place.

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