Vodacom debuts gender-based violence awareness app
The Vodacom Foundation unveils the Bright Sky app in SA, in an effort to help fight the scourge of gender-based violence in the country.
SA’s ‘Harvard’ for the fourth industrial revolution opens
Forge Academy, powered by Finnish telecoms giant Nokia, opens its artificial intelligence lab in SA, promising to help fill the gaps in critical skills training.
Andile Ngcaba touts broader support for start-ups, SMMEs
The Digital Council Africa plans to collaborate with industry players to boost support for start-ups and SMMEs, says council president Andile Ngcaba.
South Africa leads Sub-Saharan Africa’s fibre uptake
Even though fibre remains a niche technology, South Africa has the highest number of fibre-based connections in the region.
SASSA prioritises other govt databases for future checks and balances
The South African Social Security Agency looks to tap into the databases of other government departments as it intensifies its fraud prevention and zero tolerance measures.
Digital Council Africa readies fibre industry virtual conference
The Digital Council prepares to stage the first of its CONEXT series of events, kicking off with a pre-conference event on 23 November.
Vivo SA adds more choice to its smartphone portfolio
The Chinese smartphone brand introduces the Y1S to the local market, with the smartphone available only through the MTN network for now.
Tshwane mulls ‘wall-to-wall’ fibre coverage for smart city future
The city eyes wall-to-wall broadband coverage, placing its ailing broadband project in pole position among its smart city aspirations.
MediVic app readies to compete in SA’s telemedicine space
The new digital health solution promises simplified patient-doctor communication, as it makes its debut in the local telemedicine space.