Fourth industrial revolution
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SA readies 4IR blueprint

The 4IR commission will engage with stakeholders to chart the way forward for the country’s fourth industrial revolution direction.

4:00

SA falls behind global counterparts in blockchain, AI

New research finds that only 9% of local enterprises have deployed blockchain platforms, largely due to a lack of a viable business case.

5:10

Africa can lead fourth industrial revolution, says Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa bets on positioning South Africa not only as an adopter but a leader of the next digital revolution.

3:40

STEM skills must gather STEAM

Emotional intelligence and social and communication skills will play a crucial role in SA’s fourth industrial revolution and complement STEM training.

2:10

SA hosts Digital Economy Summit of holographic proportions

President Cyril Ramaphosa readies to be the first head of state to deliver a keynote address via holographic projection, at the inaugural Digital Economy Summit, in Midrand today.

4:20

Gauteng’s 4IR advisory panel in the works

Premier David Makhura announces plans to develop the province's own fourth industrial revolution advisory panel.

5:10

SONA 2019: Thin line between dreaming and doing

Maslow had it right. You can't expect functioning societies if people don't have access to the basics.

2:30

Spectrum framework coming, Ramaphosa promises

President Cyril Ramaphosa affirms the spectrum policy directive will be issued next month, noting it is key to reducing data costs.

4:20

Cyril Ramaphosa Foundation drives 4IR skills in schools

The organisation aims to integrate ICT solutions in schools, targeting over 1 million learners in SA.

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Jun 13, 2019

Pinky Kekana: 4IR must benefit South Africans

The deputy communications minister calls on the tech industry to help create a brighter future for all South Africans.

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Jun 5, 2019

SA millennials fear impact of Industry 4.0 on jobs

A Deloitte study shows South African millennials are pessimistic and uneasy about their future career prospects.

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Comms ministry finds stability in Ndabeni-Abrahams

The ICT industry lauds the decision to retain minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams in her post, noting it signals much-needed continuity in a department characterised by leadership instability.

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