Ride-hailing app Taxi Live Africa begins expansion
After successfully operating in Durban and signing up 3 000 partner drivers, locally-developed Taxi Live Africa expands to Gauteng.
e8 Revolution uses tech to tackle hunger created by COVID-19
Using the ADDaBIT fintech platform, e8 has cut out the logistical nightmare of getting food into the hands of those who need it.
Governing bodies threaten shutdown of 'Bolt's manipulative system'
The South African E-hailing Association and the E-hailing Operators Interim Committee are demanding the halt of Bolt’s new low-cost service, Bolt Go.
Prof Vilakazi looks to build high-tech start-up ecosystem around Wits
The new Wits vice-chancellor’s dream is to create a local version of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the University of Witwatersrand.
Public cloud services under cyber security threat in SA
Accidental exposure continues to plague local organisations, with misconfigurations exploited in 39% of reported attacks in the country, says Sophos.
Vumacam reviews surveillance system as POPI Act kicks in
Vumacam audits operational guidelines and systems, to assess compliance with the newly promulgated Protection of Personal Information Act.
e-Government boosts GP’s COVID-19 screening systems
The Department of e-Government introduces a Web-based pre-screening application to facilitate coronavirus screening and employee management for provincial departments.
COJ expands e-services to reduce service centre visits
The City of Johannesburg adds regional-based e-mail addresses for revenue-related queries so that residents can continue to practise social distancing.
Security gurus weigh in on SA’s latest cyber attacks
The latest cyber attacks on local organisations highlight criminals are continually on the lookout for ways to exploit the COVID-19 pandemic, say experts.