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1:50
4 hours ago

SARS sets the record straight about eFiling

The revenue service clarifies the status of the eFiling system, saying concerns that have been cited are associated to a future risk and not a reflection on the current capacity.

1:50
6 hours ago

Uber prioritises rider and driver safety

The e-hailing taxi service rolls out an in-app safety toolkit for both riders and partner-drivers

1:20

Algorithms automate third-party cyber risk assessment

RiskRecon debuts algorithms that automatically identify cyber risks in any Internet-facing system.

2:00
Yesterday

Octopus Trojan disguises itself as Telegram messenger

Kaspersky has identified cyber-espionage attacks aimed at Central Asian diplomatic organisations.

2:10

Blockchain start-up offers free digital currency courses

Tari Labs University provides digital currency courses in cryptography, off-chain scaling and computer science, to upskill developers and blockchain enthusiasts.

1:40

DOC sets record straight about STB funding

The communications ministry claims set-top box procurement cost just over R900 million, amid reports government spent a fortune on the devices.

2:40

Artificial intelligence boosts digital commerce

The majority of digital commerce organisations report their AI projects are successful, says Gartner.

2:00

ICASA to auction spectrum early next year

The Independent Communications Authority will auction high-demand radio frequency spectrum by the end of March 2019, the regulator told ITWeb.

1:30

4Sight Holdings shakes up management team

CEO Antonie van Rensburg is moving to the role of chief digital officer, while CFO Jacques Hattingh will become interim-CEO.

2:00

Huawei puts AI at centre of smart cities

At the Huawei Connect event, the company discussed how to build new smart cities using artificial intelligence.

2:00

Mimecast debuts Global Citizenship programme

The initiative aims to support community non-profits and encourages Mimecast employees to participate in charitable initiatives.

1:50

Government abandons set-top boxes

The state adopts a revised model for the rollout of the digital migration project, which sees it abandon the set-top box idea.

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