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SITA 'not institutionally ready' for IoT

SITA plans to roll out IoT services and applications in 2019.

5:30

ICT Tenders: Awards season

This week's National Tender Bulletin hints at a new level of transparency being adopted at the State Information Technology Agency.

2:50

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.

5:50
16 Nov

SITA engages private sector to power first govt cloud

The agency signs a 10-year contract with Gijima, IBM and Huawei to launch a government cloud platform.

2:40
Oct 31, 2018

High Court ruling enforces SITA's role

The Bisho High Court hands SITA a victory, ruling the Eastern Cape Provincial Government's decision to bypass lawful procurement procedures was flawed.

4:20
Oct 19, 2018

It's all hands on deck for SA's digital future

The arrival of local Azure data centres shows SITA's commitment to using digital services, says Setumo Mohapi, CEO of SITA.

2:30

Giving tech SMMEs a leg up

The goal is to enable SMMEs to such an extent, that they have the relevant technical and sales skills to provide the market with solutions, says Axiz.

4:20
Aug 24, 2018

Another R2.8bn for Gauteng broadband network

Gauteng's e-government department plans to re-prioritise expenditure and lobby treasury as a new contract takes the project price tag to R4.5 billion.

9:20
Aug 24, 2018

Tender Watch: Accreditation refresh

This week's National Tender Bulletin sees the State Information Technology Agency refreshing several accreditation tenders.

7:40
Aug 16, 2018

ICT Tenders: Decision time for SITA

This week's National Tender Bulletin sees the State Information Technology Agency finalising tenders.

1:10
Aug 10, 2018

Several government sites offline

Downtime for government department Web sites on the gov.za domain name, as some bring up an error message.

2:30
Aug 2, 2018

Fearless use of AI can improve public services: SITA

Optimal use of AI and machine learning can help improve healthcare and develop better government policies in SA.

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