Fourth industrial revolution
Dec 12, 2018

4Sight appoints CEO

JSE-listed 4Sight Holdings has appointed Vincent Raseroka as its new group CEO, as of 1 January.


Time running out to nominate candidates for 4th Industrial Revolution Commission

South Africans only have until Monday 10 December to nominate candidates for the Presidential Commission on the Fourth Industrial Revolution.


2018 Science Forum turns attention to Industry 4.0

The science community will gather from 12 to 14 December for the fourth edition of the Science Forum South Africa.


Ndabeni-Abrahams welcomes new govt cloud

SITA's government cloud launch saw the newly-appointed communications minister welcome the vital foundation it offers for the fourth industrial revolution.


Industry lauds decision to unify comms ministry

After much criticism of the 2014 split of the comms department, the decision to reconfigure the telecoms and broadcasting ministries is welcomed as a boost for effective regulation.


Industry 4.0 calls for collective effort, says minister

Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane highlights the importance of public-private collaboration to ensure SA stays on course when the fourth industrial revolution wave hits.

Nov 9, 2018

Readying your network for the 4th industrial revolution

As the buzz of the so-called 4th iindustrial revolution gets louder, just what does it mean for your network?

Oct 31, 2018

The future of work is more human than you think

Organisations and individuals need to shift skills priorities to benefit from the new reality of the fourth industrial revolution.

Oct 11, 2018

Ignore 4IR hype, don't ignore its potential for Africa

We talk to Eugene le Roux, chief executive of NEC XON, about Africa's chances of competing in the digital economy.

Oct 11, 2018

Curriculum needs overhaul to address future skills deficit

The country's curriculum must undergo changes so learners leave school with the skills to survive rapid technological changes.


Four ways 4IR will change work

In the fourth industrial revolution, employees will have to adopt a life-long learning approach to work, upgrading their skills continuously, says BluekeySeidor.


Industry 4.0 calls on government to embrace change, says Mothibi Ramusi

The National Lotteries Commission CIO challenges ICT professionals to unpack the values of the fourth industrial revolution so that politicians truly know what it means.

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